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COVID-19: Monroe County
HARRISBURG, DAUPHIN COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU-TV) 

Monday, Governor Tom Wolf announced that the state is taking small steps toward re-opening certain businesses in Pennsylvania.
Wolf announced Pennsylvania will allow online car sales and on May 8th, limited construction will resume with strict guidelines. The statewide ‘Stay at Home’ order, at this point, will continue through May 8th. We will have more on Governor Wolf’s measures tonight on late editions of Eyewitness News.

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Department of Health Orders New COVID-19 Mitigation Measures, Including Mask Requirements
The Department of Health has issued a new order that requires all life-sustaining businesses to take new precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including requiring all customers and employees to wear masks beginning at 8 p.m. on Sunday.
Businesses are mandated to deny entry to customers without a mask, but exceptions are included for people who cannot wear a mask due to a medical condition. The order also includes guidelines on social distancing, cleaning and disinfecting procedures, staggering of work starting and stopping times, limiting building access and occupancy and more. Additional protocols are also included if a business is exposed to an individual who is a probable or confirmed case of COVID-19.
Information on Federal Economic Impact Checks Available
The U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service have begun delivering economic impact payments to most Americans as part of the federal government’s response to COVID-19. Although no action is needed from most taxpayers in order to receive the refund, some seniors and low-income individuals who do not file tax returns may need to take action to receive the money.
The IRS recently launched a new Get My Payment tool that allows people to check on the status of these payments and determine whether additional information is needed. More information is also available at www.IRS.gov/coronavirus .

Website visitors are reminded to avoid common scams that criminals use to get access to their personal information. More information on the tactics criminals use to steal personal data is available here .
Additional tools and information on economic impact payments are available here.
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