Delaware lifting stay-at-home order today
Delaware is taking a big step forward starting Monday as it lifts the stay-at-home order.
Stores, restaurants and businesses can reopen at 30-percent capacity.
The ban on short-term rentals and the mandatory 14-day quarantine for out-of-state travelers will both end.
And the First State will also allow outdoor gatherings, like weddings and graduations, of up to 250 people.
MORE DETAILS: Delaware’s Economic Reopening
Meanwhile. all of Pennsylvania will enter the yellow phase Friday, and leaders in Philadelphia are unveiling their own plan of what that will look like. The city is calling it the "Safer at Home" plan.
This means stores can have customers, but in limited numbers.
Employees can head back to the office, and manufacturing can resume. But workers must wear masks and maintain social distancing.
The city says inspectors will be out enforcing these guidelines.
- Delaware reports 9,422 coronavirus cases; 361 deaths
- Delaware to lift stay-at-home order, out-of-state quarantine effective June 1
- Gov. John Carney allows places of worship to hold in-person services with strict guidelines in place
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