Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) is leaving his state’s mask mandate in place for another month unless 70 percent of Pennsylvanians are vaccinated beforehand as his office continues to urge everyone 12 years old and older to get the shot.
Pennsylvania formally lifted key restrictions across the state on Monday, allowing businesses and venues to operate at 100 percent capacity. However, one key restriction will remain in place: Wolf’s statewide mask mandate. According to the Democrat governor’s office, the rule will remain in place until June 28, or until 70 percent of the Keystone State’s population is vaccinated.