What COVID-19 restrictions are still in place in Pennsylvania? What’s next?

HARRISBURG, Pa. — With the exception of mask-wearing orders, all of Pennsylvania’s remaining COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted on Memorial Day.

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What are the latest masking guidelines in Pennsylvania?

While fully vaccinated people no longer have to wear masks indoors or outdoors in most places -- which aligns with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance -- individual stores, businesses and other entities still have the power to require you to wear one.

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For unvaccinated people, masks are still required until June 28 or when 70% of Pennsylvanians age 18 and older are fully vaccinated.

How soon could 70% of Pennsylvania’s adults be vaccinated?

Rep. Tim O’Neal, who sits on Gov. Tom Wolf’s COVID-19 Joint Task Force, said he expects the goal to be reached by mid-to-late June. (CLICK HERE for our story from May 25.)

When is a person considered fully vaccinated?

According to the CDC, people are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or two weeks after the Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine.

How many people can be at restaurants, gatherings and events?

Dining capacity at restaurants and bars increased to 100%. Bar service is allowed to resume, and the purchase of food is no longer required.

Limitations for indoor and outdoor gatherings and events have been eliminated.

What if I want to travel? Is testing for COVID-19 required?

Travel restrictions in Pennsylvania were lifted on March 1.