Defend This: Only 1.5% Contacted Say They Went To A Pennsylvania Restaurant Prior To Testing Positive For The China Flu – Therefore Wolf And His Partner Unilaterally Banned Indoor Dining Dec. 12 to Jan. 4
To be clear, Pennsylvania closed restaurants to indoor dining because 1.5% of the people who tested positive for COVID-19 said they visited one in the 2 weeks prior.
From the benevolent dictator of Pennsylvania: “The virus is what’s doing this. It’s not me. It’s not the administration. It’s not the government.” PA Gov. Thomas Westerman Wolf
Not Worth The Paper It Was Printed On
In September a federal judge ruled… that Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ‘s (D) coronavirus orders, which shut down the state, closed businesses and limited gatherings, were unconstitutional.
That Don’t Concern Me Laws/Rulings No Longer Matter Because: Virus
‘The law is on our side‘ the unelected Pennsylvania Secretary of Health when asked whether a federal judge’s ruling on business closures and occupancy limits earlier in the pandemic would affect decisions.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health has created a COVID-19 complaint form for non-complying businesses.
But Unilateral Edicts Matter
Restaurants at Reading North, Wilkes-Barre, Hazleton and Dover locations are now closed, but Reading East and Pottsville locations will close for business on January 30.
By Denise Allabaugh Staff Writer – Jan 5, 2021
Following a three-week shutdown, the restaurant in the basement of Boscov’s Department Store on South Main Street in downtown Wilkes-Barre has closed permanently.
Jim Boscov, CEO of the Reading-based department store chain, said the restaurant closed as part of Gov. Tom Wolf’s recent mandate and store officials decided not to reopen it.
Five other remaining restaurants at other Boscov’s stores also will shut down. They include a restaurant in Hazleton that is also already closed and a restaurant in Pottsville that will shut down at the end of the month.
Boscov said the coronavirus pandemic and shutdown orders forced the department store chain to make the difficult decision to close the restaurants.
A restaurant has been an important part of the downtown store since the late Al Boscov purchased the former Fowler, Dick & Walker, the Boston Store in 1980. Before that, a restaurant was part of Fowler, Dick & Walker.