Officials in Allegheny County — which includes Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — have issued a temporary two-week order banning residents from eating inside restaurants and bars, a release from Health Department Director Dr. Debra Bogen said.
The ban starts today. This order rescinds previous orders from June 28 and July 2, according to the release.
This comes after the area saw an increase in Covid-19 cases.
Restaurants are permitted to serve takeout food and alcohol and provide deliveries, the release says.