YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — A York County restaurant is defying the governor’s order and opening for dine-in service.
Sunday morning Round the Clock Diner on Route 30 in Manchester Township opened.
A few people were seen sitting and eating at the restaurant. Previously, the restaurant was open for just take-out. There were signs posted asking people to stay 6-feet apart.
The York County District Attorney announced on Friday that they will not enforce the governor’s stay-at-home order.
- The ‘Plandemic’ documentary removed from Youtube and social media
- Lancaster elected officials unveil plan to reopen county, send notice to Governor Wolf
- Midstate officials pushing back at ongoing Pennsylvania shutdown
DISCLAIMER: The story that originally aired contained incorrect file video. That video was not of “Round the Clock Diner”. We apologize for that and have since fixed the issue.