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Round The Clock Diner opened it’s east and west locations on Sunday despite the stay at home order. The owner, Themi Sacarellos, feels that Governor Wolf has overstepped his authority and it is time to allow businesses to reopen.
“We’ve all helped flatten the curve. I think it’s time that people get back to work.”
Many customers flocked to the restaurant on Sunday. Some were ordering takeout but others decided to enjoy being able to dine in a restaurant.
“The lockdown is way overdue to be lifted. The only way we’re going to get over this is herd immunity. I think taking away the rights of the citizens at this point is ridiculous”
– Dirk Slack
Sacarellos did post signs on the doors reminding customers to adhere to social distancing and to wear masks.
Round the Clock Diner opened after York County District Attorney Dave Sunday made an announcement on Friday announcing that they would not be prosecuting any nonessential business that received a citation for defying the state’s stay at home order.
The Restaurant did receive a visit from local police but remained open
Many businesses are frustrated with Governor Wolf and feel that he is abusing his power. They want the economy to open up and many residents feel the same way
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