Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2021-01-13 12:06:44 –
Posted by: KDKA-TV News Staff
Pittsburgh (KDKA) – Several local restaurants were closed by the Ministry of Agriculture when the indoor dining ban came into effect.
The Department of Agriculture said Wednesday that Rough Cut Taverns and Hotels in Washington County, Tunnelton Inn in Indiana County, Sharkies Cafe and Tin Lizzies in Westmoreland are one of the 24 restaurants ordered to close.
They say both Sharky’s Café and Tin Lizzy’s were allowed to resume after requesting a new test and being confirmed to be in compliance with the law.
On January 6, the Ministry of Health petitioned a federal court to seek an injunction against 28 restaurants that continued to eat after being ordered to close.
The closure of the indoor dining room, which came into effect on December 12, was lifted on January 4.
A county breakdown, including details of the Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety Department enforcement, can be found online.
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