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                Pennsylvania’s 3 phases for reopening (red, yellow, green) and what they mean

                Pennsylvania will use a three-phase, color-coded approach to reopening the state from the coronavirus shutdown.
                Pennsylvania will use a three-phase, color-coded approach to reopening the state from the coronavirus shutdown.(Morning Call file photo)

                Pennsylvania is using a three-phase approach that will guide the state’s reopening from the coronavirus shutdown. The system consists of red, yellow and green phases, with the entire state starting in the red phase.

                Starting May 8, 24 counties will be the first to move to the yellow phase. These counties largely comprise the northwest and north-central regions of the state, as defined by the state Department of Health.

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                Decisions on moving areas from one phase to the next are based on per-capita virus case counts, ability to do tracing and testing and population density, according to Gov. Tom Wolf. The next areas officials are considering moving to the yellow phase are the southwest counties, as well as "a few” in the south-central region, he said.

                Here are more details on what each phase means.

                Red

                This is the most restrictive phase, which currently applies to the entire state, and consists of the strictest social-distancing measures to mitigate the spread of coronavirus. A key metric to get out of this phase would be for an area to have a coronavirus positive-test case rate of 50 per 100,000 residents or fewer over a stretch of 14 days. The restrictions, which have been in place for weeks now, include:

                • Non-life sustaining businesses remain closed
                • Schools remain closed (through the end of the academic year)
                • Most child care facilities remain closed
                • Large gatherings remain prohibited
                • Restaurants and bars remain limited to takeout and delivery only
                • Stay-at-home order remains in place, with travel only for life-sustaining purposes

                Yellow

                As regions or counties move into this phase, some restrictions on work and social interaction will ease. The purpose of this phase is to begin reopening the economy while keeping the spread of disease contained as much as possible. Restrictions will be adjusted as necessary based on public health indicators.

                • Businesses with in-person operations must follow safety orders, as well as CDC/Department of Health guidelines for social distancing and cleaning
                • Working remotely must continue where feasible
                • Child care facilities can open but must follow safety orders, as well as CDC/Department of Health guidelines for social distancing and cleaning
                • Large gatherings of more than 25 people prohibited
                • Restaurants and bars remain limited to takeout and delivery only
                • Indoor recreation, gyms, spas and entertainment facilities (including casinos and theaters) remain closed.
                • In-person retail allowed, but curbside and delivery service is preferable
                • Stay-at-home orders lifted

                Green

                The green phase eases most remaining restrictions to allow the economy to reopen while continuing to prioritize public health. Public health indicators will continue to be monitored, with restrictions implemented as necessary to ensure the spread of disease remains at a minimum.

                • All businesses open, but following CDC/Department of Health guidelines
                • Individuals must follow CDC/Department of Health guidelines
                • Remaining aggressive mitigation orders lifted

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