Lancaster County Commissioners meet after two announce plans to slowly reopen Friday


LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa, (WHTM) — Lancaster County Commissioners are meeting for the first time since two of them announced a plan to slowly reopen the economy ahead of Governor Wolf’s orders. 

They are discussing how to spend the $95-million in Federal Cares Act Funding and county-wide COVID-19 testing and contact tracing.

abc27’s Andrew Forgotch tuned in virtually to tweet the conference live:

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