Allegheny County residents ordered to stay home; all Pa. schools closed 2 more weeks
Gov. Tom Wolf issued a stay-at-home order for residents of six counties, including Allegheny County, during a virtual news conference Monday afternoon.
This stay at home order will continue for two weeks, and he also announced an extension of current social mitigation standards for another two weeks.
The governor also said schools will remain closed for two additional weeks. Previously, he had shut them until March 30.
“I know this is going to be difficult, even more than it is already,” Wolf said. “This is not a request I make lightly.”