PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Sixty more Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores in counties that are in “yellow” counties will begin limited in-store public access starting Friday.
The stores shut down two months ago and have been gradually reopening since. Come tomorrow, a total of 349 state stores will be reopen in 56 counties.READ MORE: Local Police Departments Team Up To Enforce Pedestrian Traffic Laws
There are some restrictions in place, like allowing no more than a total of 25 people inside at one time, reserving the first hour for high-risk customers and requiring masks.
The 349 stores offering limited in-store public access as of Friday are located in the following counties:READ MORE: Just Hanging Out: Butler County Man Twice Catches Bear On Camera In His Yard
one in Adams County, 71 in Allegheny County, three in Armstrong County, nine in Beaver County, two in Bedford County, five in Blair County, four in Bradford County, nine in Butler County, 10 in Cambria County, one in Cameron County, four in Carbon County, six in Centre County, four in Clarion County, five in Clearfield County, two in Clinton County, two in Columbia County, four in Crawford County, 10 in Cumberland County, 14 in Dauphin County, two in Elk County, 15 in Erie County, seven in Fayette County, two in Forest County, five in Franklin County, one in Fulton County, two in Greene County, two in Huntingdon County, four in Indiana County, four in Jefferson County, one in Juniata County, four in Lawrence County, four in Lebanon County, 16 in Luzerne County, seven in Lycoming County, four in McKean County, five in Mercer County, one in Mifflin County, eight in Monroe County, one in Montour County, four in Northumberland County, two in Perry County, two in Pike County, two in Potter County, nine in Schuylkill County, one in Snyder County, four in Somerset County, one in Sullivan County, three in Susquehanna County, three in Tioga County, two in Union County, three in Venango County, two in Warren County, 10 in Washington County, three in Wayne County, 23 in Westmoreland County, one in Wyoming County, and 13 in York County
Before reopening, Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board says the locations are professionally sanitized and barriers are installed at registers.
During this time, customers can continue to place orders online.MORE NEWS: Pennsylvania Ending Extended Jobless Benefits, Unemployment Rate Falls Below 5%
You can figure out if a location near you is open online.