• On January 4, the Governor lifted his temporary ban on indoor dining and other indoor recreational businesses, allowing them to operate at 25% capacity. Self-certified restaurants may open at 50% capacity for indoor dining. Restaurants that have not self-certified may operate at 25% capacity for indoor dining. On-premises alcohol consumption prohibited unless part of a meal; cocktails to go and carry-out beverages are allowed. Alcohol sales must stop after 11 p.m. each night. This order, along with a mask mandate, remains in effect.
  • Effective through January 4, restaurants and bars must suspend indoor dining and alcohol sales. Outdoor dining, take-out, and delivery services are still permitted, including takeout alcohol sales.
  • As of November 23, the state issued a 25% indoor occupancy limit for restaurants.
  • Pennsylvania restaurants are required to go through a certification process in order to operate at 50% occupancy. Although on October 16 the state tried to repeal this process, the Governor vetoed it. Statewide restrictions remain unchanged.