PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia will lift its indoor mask mandate and 11 p.m. curfew for dining on Friday. The city said effective 12:01 a.m., the final two “Safer-at-Home” COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted, meaning masks will no longer be required inside for people vaccinated or not.
“For nearly fifteen months, the City of Philadelphia has had restrictions in place to protect each other, and I have no doubt that these restrictions saved countless lives,” Mayor Jim Kenney said. “But Friday will be a day that we’ve all been looking forward to: getting back to doing the things that we love. Thanks to the more than two-thirds of adults who’ve been vaccinated already, we can finally do the things that we’ve missed doing for