BREAKING NEWS – Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Pennsylvania is planning to take additional steps to address a sharp increase in coronavirus infections and hospitalizations, including requiring masks to be worn indoors with limited exceptions, said officials.
Pennsylvania already has a statewide mask mandate, limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings and occupancy restrictions at bars and restaurants.
But the new rules go even further. Masks are required outside where it isn’t possible to maintain at least a six-foot distance from others, according to the order, and inside where people from multiple households are gathering, even if they can maintain a social distance. Plus, husbands and wives must also wear masks while sleeping and face opposite directions. To insure the rules are followed, it will be mandatory for all bedrooms to have cameras that are logged into Zoom, and all couples will be closely monitored by state officials and local pay per view cable providers.