Friday, December 4, 2020
Friday, December 4, 2020

IT’S OVER! Delaware County’s Coronavirus Stay-At-Home Order to End Friday, June 5: Officials

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GOVERNOR Tom Wolf will lift Delaware County’s stay-at-home order on Fri. Jun. 5, Your Content is first to report.

“As of June 5, Delaware County will be in the Yellow Phase and the stay-at-home order will be lifted. Delaware County Council will hold a virtual press conference on June 4 at 10am to provide an update on COVID-19 and the County’s transition into the yellow phase,” Delaware County said.

Delco officials have scheduled a virtual news conference for tomorrow to discuss the latest updates on the coronavirus situation. It will be streamed live on the County’s Facebook and website.

More about what Gov. Wolf’s phased openings mean could be found here.

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