Gov. Tom Wolf Doesn't See Crowd Gatherings Until "At Least" Summer

Credit: Commonwealth Media Services

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PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf plans to start re-opening the state On May 8th, but that does not mean gatherings will be recommended.  

“I think big crowds are still going to be something we shouldn’t do. That’s just not going to be safe and I think most Americans recognize that’s not going to happen until at least summer,” Gov. Wolf said during the KDKA Radio Morning Show on Tuesday.

There will be more latitude for congregating in areas that are “more open.”

Mother’s Day is May 10th. Therefore, like Easter, most people will be spending the holiday at their own residence.

“Of all the things that you want to give your mother on Mother’s Day, the virus is not one of them,” Wolfs adds.

You can listen to the full conversation with Gov. Wolf below. 

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