As Luz. Co. moves to yellow, officials warn of precautions

As Luzerne County moves into the yellow phase of reopening this Friday county officials say it will be a cautious reopening. The stay at home order will be lifted but there will be precautions in place including limiting the number of workers and visitors in county buildings, taking temperatures and wearing masks. Some employees will continue to work remotely and some services may continue to be appointment only. 

Boscov’s says it will reopen its stores in downtown Wilkes-Barre and in hazleton on Saturday at 11 o'clock.  It will also feature dedicated shopping hours for “more vulnerable customers” on Mondays from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
The opening will also feature new safety procedures including an intensified cleaning program,  plexiglass screens at each register and the temporary closing of all dressing rooms. All customers and co-workers must wear a face covering inside the store. 

Police and state regulators are cracking down on a handful of Pennsylvania businesses that are supposed to remain shut down but have instead opened their doors. Two gyms including Danko's All American Fitness Center in Plains Township, have reopened. They are checking temperatures of all those who enter and are following all guidelines.​