TL;DR: Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf lifted restrictions for professional, college, high school, and youth sports, as long as they follow health guidelines such as wearing masks and social distancing. MaGerk’s in Fort Washington, which used to be able to seat 98 people outside, reopened its deck last Friday. When implementing the mandated six-foot spacing, it could only seat 36 people. Read more about how local restaurants are trying to balance reopening with safety.

— Ellie Silverman (@esilverman11, health@inquirer.com)

What you need to know:

🎶 The Roots Picnic is called off, along with the Mann Center’s entire 2020 pop concert schedule.

📚 The reopening of Pennsylvania state universities will vary by campus.

🔴 The Pennsylvania legislature approved a resolution ending Gov. Tom Wolf’s coronavirus emergency declaration. What happens now?

😷 COVID-19 has exposed mental health needs within Philadelphia’s Latino communities.

🎰 Some Pennsylvania casinos are open, but they look different. There is no valet parking or buffets, everyone has to wear a face mask, and there is no poker.

🎥 New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy doesn’t allow it. But this movie theater is open anyway.

📰 What’s going on in your county? We organized recent coverage of the coronavirus pandemic by local counties mentioned in the stories to make it easier for you to find the info you care about.

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf lifted restrictions for professional, college, high school, and youth sports, as long as they follow health guidelines such as wearing masks and social distancing. Athletes should be screened for symptoms and “avoid unnecessary physical contact," Wolf said. Outdoor facilities for mountain biking, miniature golf, motorsports, go karting, rock climbing, disc golf, paintball, horse riding, tennis, archery or shooting, among others, are also allowed to reopen. Read more here about what sports may look like with these new guidelines.

MaGerk’s in Fort Washington, which used to seat 98 people outside, reopened its deck last Friday. When implementing the mandated six-foot spacing, it could only seat 36 people. With Philadelphia joining the yellow phase, Morgan’s Pier at Penn’s Landing will cap its seating at 250, half of its usual. In West Chester, the popular Gay Street will close to cars and allow outside dining. Read more about how local restaurants are trying to balance reopening with safety.

Helpful resources

You got this: Support Philly’s black-owned restaurants

“The desire to support more black-owned restaurants now in the wake of protests over the killing of George Floyd (not to mention a pandemic disproportionately affecting African Americans) is timely, productive, and hopefully lasting,” the Inquirer’s Craig LaBan writes. He describes a dozen of his personal favorites. Check them out here.

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🚌 This retiring school bus driver wishes he could say goodbye to the students and families he has loved.

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