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Wolf issuing "Stay at Home Orders" for 6 counties

I didn't catch the whole list, but I'm pretty sure he said Allegheny, Chester, Bucks, Montco, Monroe and Philly...

Required to stay in your home unless "not leaving endangers life"....

Sorry, Tom, I'm still hitting my club's range for some fresh air tomorrow... you can save your 20% at risk scare tactics for the inevitable lawsuits you'll be facing after this has all blown over.
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According to the article I read you can still go to work if your company is on the approved list.
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I’m leaving for camp tomorrow morning, AND I’m taking my own supplies.

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Can we have him order folks from Philadelphia stay there even afterward? Seems when a few of them get to Harrisburg, the manure in the legislature gets deeper and more expensive.
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I didn't catch the whole list, but I'm pretty sure he said Allegheny, Chester, Bucks, Montco, Monroe and Philly...

Required to stay in your home unless "not leaving endangers life"....

Sorry, Tom, I'm still hitting my club's range for some fresh air tomorrow... you can save your 20% at risk scare tactics for the inevitable lawsuits you'll be facing after this has all blown over.
It's attitudes like yours that are fueling the pandemic.

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Can you still get groceries? We have a similar order here in NJ, but you can still go to work, get groceries, get gas, have your car repaired, visit close friends/family, exercise outside with family, etc., etc.,
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I didn't catch the whole list, but I'm pretty sure he said Allegheny, Chester, Bucks, Montco, Monroe and Philly...

Required to stay in your home unless "not leaving endangers life"....

Sorry, Tom, I'm still hitting my club's range for some fresh air tomorrow... you can save your 20% at risk scare tactics for the inevitable lawsuits you'll be facing after this has all blown over.
I wonder if there was any "collusion" between Wolf and Murphy, New Jersey's Governor. A lot of Pa. residents work across the river in the State office buildings in Trenton, NJ.
There are also quite a few Pa. folks crossing the river every day to work at the research labs and the various corporate headquarters along route 1 from Trenton to Princeton. This could get interesting if the panic continues.

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It's attitudes like yours that are fueling the pandemic.

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No, it's the media and uninformed that are fueling the pandemic.
This realist is going for some outdoor therapy. But if it makes you feel better, I'll practice some social distancing while doing so... Benches are a good 8' apart, and I've only run into 2 other club members in the last 6 trips I've taken in the past 2 months.
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No, it's the media and uninformed that are fueling the pandemic.
This realist is going for some outdoor therapy. But if it makes you feel better, I'll practice some social distancing while doing so... Benches are a good 8' apart, and I've only run into 2 other club members in the last 6 trips I've taken in the past 2 months.
The media and uninformed are fueling the panic.

Not taking this thing serious nor following the prescribed protocol is fueling the pandemic.

I would not consider what you have planned as something that contributes to the spread. But those out there that insisted on packing into bars and such have made these seemingly ridiculous restrictions needed. Restricting activity to a bare minimum by decree will keep activity to a safer level, eliminating the foolishness of packing bars , parks, and basketball courts. I think officials realize people will still be operating at levels above those actually outlined in the decree. They most likely won't bother anybody pushing the limits just a bit.

Avoid any unnecessary stops, and have fun at the range, Wing.
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