Nearly 100 Non-Life-Sustaining Businesses In PA Have Been Warned

Zero citations have been given out

Andrew Limberg
March 30, 2020 - 11:42 am
PA State Trooper car

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HARRISBURG (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - A total of 18 non-life essential businesses received warnings over the weekend in Pennsylvania, to bring the state’s total to 96.

As of Monday morning, no citations have been handed out since Governor Tom Wolf ordered all non-life-essential businesses to close.

Enforcement began Monday, March 23 at 8 a.m.

Locally nine businesses were warned between March 27-29

 One Businesses was warned in Troop B, which includes most of Allegheny, Washington, Greene and Fayette Counties bringing the total to four.

Troop A which covers Most of Westmoreland and Indiana Counties and all of Cambria and Somerset Counties had five warnings for a total of 19.

Troop D which covers part of Allegheny and all of Mercer, Lawrence, Beaver, Butler and Armstrong Counties had three warnings, for a total of seven.

To report a non-compliant business, call your local law enforcement agency’s non-emergency number, do not call 911.

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