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  3. Health officials link surge in coronavirus cases in Pittsburgh area to bars, not protests | TheHill  The Hill
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Bars and restaurants in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, will soon not be able to sell alcohol for on-site consumption due to a spike in coronavirus cases. WGAL News 8 coronavirus coverage

BARS, RESTAURANTS in Allegheny County no longer allowed to sell on-site alcohol due to COVID-19 spike

Health officials in Allegheny County, Penn., say a surge in novel coronavirus cases recently reported around Pittsburgh has been tied to bars, not protests, Health officials in Allegheny County, Penn., say a surge in novel coronavirus cases recently reported around Pittsburgh has been tied to bars, not protests, 

Health officials link surge in coronavirus cases in Pittsburgh area to bars, not protests | TheHill

Health officials in Allegheny County, Penn., say a surge in novel coronavirus cases recently reported around Pittsburgh has been tied to bars, not protests, Health officials in Allegheny County, Penn., say a surge in novel coronavirus cases recently reported around Pittsburgh has been tied to bars, not protests, 

Health officials link surge in coronavirus cases in Pittsburgh area to bars, not protests | TheHill

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Photos from abandoned places; Allegheny County COVID cases spike; more: Good Morning, Pennsylvania - pennlive.com

Allegheny County reported 83 new COVID-19 cases Monday, continuing a spike in cases in the county.Allegheny County reported 83 new COVID-19 cases Monday, continuing a spike in cases in the county.

Spike in COVID-19 cases continues in Allegheny Co., 83 new cases reported

Ban will take effect on Tuesday afternoonBan will take effect on Tuesday afternoon

Allegheny County to ban alcohol consumption at bars and restaurants

Allegheny County reported Monday that another 83 residents have tested positive for the novel coronavirus. These new cases comprise nearly 17 percent ofAllegheny County reported Monday that another 83 residents have tested positive for the novel coronavirus. These new cases comprise nearly 17 percent of

Surge Of Coronavirus Infections Continues In Allegheny County | 90.5 WESA

Gov. Wolf commended the Allegheny County for the additional mitigations put in place in response to recent COVID-19 case increases.Gov. Wolf commended the Allegheny County for the additional mitigations put in place in response to recent COVID-19 case increases.

Gov. Wolf Supports Allegheny County COVID-19 Mitigation Efforts

Both the Pa. Department of Health and the Allegheny County Health Department have launched online complaint forms to report businesses not following COVID-19 guidelines. Both the Pa. Department of Health and the Allegheny County Health Department have launched online complaint forms to report businesses not following COVID-19 guidelines.

Pa. Department Of Health & Allegheny County Health Department Launch COVID Complaint Forms – CBS Pittsburgh

Eleven new COVID-19 cases were confirmed for Butler County over the weekend. That brings the total to 295. As of Friday afternoon, Butler Memorial Hospital is treating eight patients for coronavirus symptoms—with two in the ICU. This comes as neighboring Allegheny County has also seen a spike in cases, registering over 400 cases over the […]

Weekend Update: 11 New Cases In Butler County - ButlerRadio.com - Butler, PA

Officials in Allegheny County are halting all on-site consumption of alcohol in bars and restaurants due to what they call an “alarming” spike in COVID-19 casesOfficials in Allegheny County are halting all on-site consumption of alcohol in bars and restaurants due to what they call an “alarming” spike in COVID-19 cases

Allegheny County shutting bars back down due to ‘alarming’ COVID-19 spike - The Morning Call

State officials responding to the coronavirus epidemic are expressing concern about Allegheny County, home to the city of Pittsburgh, after county officials...State officials responding to the coronavirus epidemic are expressing concern about Allegheny County, home to the city of Pittsburgh, after county officials said they had seen an alarming increase in infections, largely among younger people.

PA Officials Concerned About COVID-19 Increases in Its Second-Largest City – NBC10 Philadelphia

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Allegheny County prohibits alcohol consumption at bars and restaurants due to rising cases of Coronavirus - MoreThanTheCurve

A record-breaking spike in new cases of COVID-19 prompted the county to impose the new restrictions.A record-breaking spike in new cases of COVID-19 prompted the county to impose the new restrictions.

Allegheny County Bans On-Premises Alcohol Consumption at Bars and Restaurants | Pittsburgh Magazine

The number of COVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania climbed to 85,988, as the state reported an additional 492 cases and eight more deaths on Monday, and the...

With COVID positivity rates on the rise, state applauds Allegheny County move to mitigate spread | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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The Allegheny County health department is working on an order to prevent alcohol from being consumed inside bars and restaurants by Tuesday at 5 p. m. , due to the county's recent spike in COVID-19 cases, according to a release. "For the first time since COVID-19 cases were confirmed in the state, Allegheny County led the state in the number of new COVID-19 cases,” said County Executive Rich Fitzgerald. “We’re going the wrong direction.The Allegheny County health department is working on an order to prevent alcohol from being consumed inside bars and restaurants by Tuesday at 5 p. m. , due to the county's recent spike in COVID-19 cases, according to a release. "For the first time since COVID-19 cases were confirmed in the state, Allegheny County led the state in the number of new COVID-19 cases,” said County Executive Rich Fitzgerald. “We’re going the wrong direction.

Allegheny Co. bans on-site alcohol consumption due to recent spike in COVID-19 cases | WJAC

The state Department of Health is reporting seven new COVID-19 cases today for Butler County. That now brings the total to 302. This comes after 11 new cases were reported over the weekend. However, the Butler Health System is reporting a decline in coronavirus hospitalizations. There are six patients being treated for COVID-19 symptoms—with one […]

Monday Update: Seven New COVID-19 Cases - ButlerRadio.com - Butler, PA

The Staffordshire Moorlands has seen nine more cases of coronavirus confirmed while other local areas have seen smaller increases The Staffordshire Moorlands has seen nine more cases of coronavirus confirmed while other local areas have seen smaller increases

Three deaths with Covid-19 confirmed at Royal Stoke and County Hospital - Stoke-on-Trent Live

New coronavirus cases have jumped sharply in Pennsylvania in the past week, and increased testing doesn’t appear to be the only reason.New coronavirus cases have jumped sharply in Pennsylvania in the past week, and increased testing doesn’t appear to be the only reason.

New coronavirus cases increasing faster than testing in Pennsylvania, Lancaster County | Local News | lancasteronline.com

As some areas of the country see spikes in the number of coronavirus cases, Allegheny County in Pennsylvania is closing its bars.As some areas of the country see spikes in the number of coronavirus cases, Allegheny County in Pennsylvania is closing its bars.

Pennsylvania's Allegheny County closing bars amid coronavirus spike

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Officials in western Pennsylvania's Allegheny County are halting all on-site consumption of alcohol in bars and restaurants due to what they call an "alarming" spike in COVID-19 cases. Officials said the recent spike has been largely among young people and involved out-of-state travel, often including night life during travel, and going to

On-site alcohol consumption halted in western Pennsylvania county

On Sunday, Allegheny County officials announced over a video update that they will be closing bars and the consumption of alcohol at restaurants.On Sunday, Allegheny County officials announced over a video update that they will be closing bars and the consumption of alcohol at restaurants.

Gov. Wolf supports Allegheny County’s decision to close bars and other restrictions | WKBN.com

Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald has announced new restrictions around the area after two days of record-breaking COVID-19 tests.Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald has announced new restrictions around the area after two days of record-breaking COVID-19 tests.

Consumption Of Alcohol To Be Banned At Bars And Restaurants | Newsradio 1020 KDKA

Bars and restaurants in the county, which includes the city of Pittsburgh, won’t be allowed to serve alcohol, although take-out will be allowed as OK'd by the state.Bars and restaurants in the county, which includes the city of Pittsburgh, won’t be allowed to serve alcohol, although take-out will be allowed as OK'd by the state.

Allegheny County scales back reopening after uptick of virus cases | Pennsylvania News | wfmz.com

Under the order, bars and restaurants can remain open but won't be allowed to serve alcohol other than takeout options allowed by the state.Under the order, bars and restaurants can remain open but won't be allowed to serve alcohol other than takeout options allowed by the state.

Officials in western Pennsylvania's Allegheny County are halting all on-site consumption of alcohol in bars and restaurants due to what they call an “alarming" spike in COVID-19 cases. County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Dr. Debra Bogen, the county health department director, said the recent spike has been largely among young people and involved out-of-state travel, often including night life during travel, and going to local bars and restaurants. Under the order to go into effect at 5 p. m.Officials in western Pennsylvania's Allegheny County are halting all on-site consumption of alcohol in bars and restaurants due to what they call an “alarming" spike in COVID-19 cases. County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Dr. Debra Bogen, the county health department director, said the recent spike has been largely among young people and involved out-of-state travel, often including night life during travel, and going to local bars and restaurants. Under the order to go into effect at 5 p. m.

Allegheny County's on-site alcohol consumption halted amid virus spike | WHP

Allegheny County's on-site alcohol consumption halted amid virus spike

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Officials in western Pennsylvania’s Allegheny County are halting all on-site consumption of alcohol in bars and restaurants due to what they call an “alarming” spike in COVID-19 cases. County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Dr. Debra Bogen, the county health department director, said the recent spike has been largely among young people and […]PITTSBURGH (AP) — Officials in western Pennsylvania’s Allegheny County are halting all on-site consumption of alcohol in bars and restaurants due to what they call an “alarming” spike in COVID-19 c…

Allegheny County bans on-site alcohol consumption at bars & restaurants | ABC27

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Officials in western Pennsylvania's Allegheny County are halting all on-site consumption of alcohol in bars and restaurants due to what they call an “alarming" spike in COVID-19PITTSBURGH (AP) — Officials in western Pennsylvania's Allegheny County are halting all on-site consumption of alcohol in bars and restaurants due to what they call an “alarming" spike in COVID-19

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