Only One Non-Life Essential Business Warned Locally State Police Monday

There were 11 total warnings in Pennsylvania to bring the total to 107

Andrew Limberg
March 31, 2020 - 11:32 am
State Troopers

Chris Hondros / Staff

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HARRISBURG (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) – 11 non-life essential businesses were warned across Pennsylvania on Monday by State Police, bringing the total to 107 since enforcement began last Monday.

Locally, one business was warned on Monday.

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

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

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

State Police have yet to issue any citations.

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

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