GREENSBURG, Pa. (KDKA) – Gov. Tom Wolf’s stay-at-home order is extended to Westmoreland County.

Gov. Tom Wolf issued the stay-at-home order Friday afternoon.

And, starting April 3, about 450 county employees will be furloughed in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

Most cuts will come from inside the courthouse.

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Friday’s numbers from the Pennsylvnaia Department of Health report 30 positive COVID-19 cases in Westmoreland County. There have been no reported deaths there yet.

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A two-week stay-at-home order is already in effect in Allegheny County.

On Monday, Wolf announced the order for the hardest-hit counties — originally issuing it for Allegheny and a handful of eastern counties.

He says residents must stay in their homes, unless a life is in danger.

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