What is Non-Essential

(Harrisburg, PA) On Monday Governor Tom Wolf announced that non-essential businesses in Pennsylvania would be asked to remain closed for the next two weeks to slow the spread of the Coronavirus.

Non-essential businesses include public-facing industries such as entertainment, hospitality, and recreation facilities, including but not limited to community and recreation centers; gyms, including yoga, barre and spin facilities; hair salons and barber shops, nail salons and spas; casinos; concert venues; theaters; sporting event venues and golf courses; retail facilities, including shopping malls except for pharmacy or other health care facilities within retail operations.

Wolf’s office says the businesses that would be considered “essential," include food processing, agriculture, industrial manufacturing, feed mills, construction, trash collection, auto and home repair, post office and shipping outlets, insurance, banks, laundromats, veterinary clinics and pet stores, and hotels and commercial lodging.

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