La Pennsylvania vieta la vendita di alcolici nei bar e nei ristoranti alla vigilia del Ringraziamento nel tentativo di fermare la diffusione del coronavirus

In an effort to curb the spread of Covid-19, I funzionari dello stato della Pennsylvania hanno annunciato lunedì che i residenti non potranno acquistare alcolici nei bar o nei ristoranti la notte prima del Ringraziamento.

Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine announced that the temporary suspension will go into effect on 5 p.m. Wednesday and remain in place until 8 a.m. on Thanksgiving morning.
It turns out that the biggest say for drinking is the Wednesday before Thanksgiving,” Wolf said. “When people get together in that situation, it leads to an increase in the exchange of fluids, that leads to an increase in infection.
On Saturday alone, there were more than 7,000 new cases of Covid-19, according to data from the state, e più di 4,000 additional new cases on Sunday.
    Transmission of Covid-19 is reaching new heights that we have not yet encountered,” Levine said.
    Levine and Wolf also announced a new stay-at-home advisory for residents starting Monday, though they clarified that it was not a shutdown order.
    Indoor dining remains at 25 per 50% capacità, while retail can continue at 75% capacità, Levine said. Gyms, salons and other personal care businesses can continue to operate at 50% capacità.
    Beginning November 27, businesses must allow employees to work from home. Large gatherings are reduced, with prohibitions against events with more than 500 people indoors or 2,500 outdoors, according to Levine.
    The suspension comes as many Americans travel for Thanksgiving, contro il advice of some public health experts. Più di 1 million US travelers passed through security at airports on Sunday, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
      Allo stesso tempo, Covid-19 hospitalizations are soaring at unprecedented rates nationwidethreatening reduced care for even those who don’t have coronavirus.
      Da lunedì, the US has reported more than 12 million Covid-19 cases and over 257,000 deceduti, secondo i dati della Johns Hopkins University.

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