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Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board To Reopen 77 Retail Stores

May 7, 2020

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) has announced a limited reopening of its retail locations throughout the state. Starting tomorrow, 77 of the PLCB’s Fine Wine and Good Spirits stores will reopen with physical distancing precautions in place. Among those precautions, no more than 25 people will be allowed in the stores at one time, Plexiglass shields have been installed between the cashier and customers, and the first hour of business is reserved for at-risk customers, including those 65 and older.

The stores that are reopening will also continue to provide curbside pickup, which recently rolled out to 565 locations across the state. The PLCB’s curbside pickup sales from April 20 through May 5 totaled nearly 381,000 orders for $29.1 million, including sales tax.—Daniel Marsteller

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