PITTSBURGH — This pandemic has been over a year now. and in just a few hours Businesses that have to shut down and work under a number of constraints will eventually be able to operate at full capacity
Government executive Tom Wolf announced that after midnight on May 31, businesses, events, and venues had been shut down. can return to normal Except for the mask requirement for those who are not fully vaccinated
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Wolfe added that It’s important for people to get the COVID-19 vaccine. To try and stop the spread of the virus, on Sunday, many enjoyed spending time at restaurants on the North Coast.
“I think people who have been vaccinated are ready to throw away their masks. But you know someone who hasn’t been vaccinated. I think I have to try to do that,” said Bill Merriman.
Some people expressed mixed feelings about their abilities.
“I feel safe. But I also have an autoimmune disease. So it made me feel a little more nervous. But I have been vaccinated. So at least I can rest easy,” said Emily Faith.
Like many other restaurant owners, Matt Christie owns Streets on Carson. He couldn’t wait to see his restaurant at full capacity for the first time since the plague.
“It used to be, it goes up and down and stuff like that. meanwhile you know what i mean You found a way to push And you found a way to survive and roll with that punch,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Pirates plans a phased one this week. It said phase 1 will begin this Thursday with just 50% capacity and phase 2 will take place on July 1, with PNC Park opening at full capacity.
For many in the hospitality and entertainment industry Relieving limitations is a sign of hope.
“I’m excited. I’m excited because I think this is an existing need. So being in the hospitality industry and stuff like that is good to go back to what we do. That is serving people and making people happy and trying to provide safety. environment for that,” Christie explains.