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State police reported Monday that they issued 96 warnings over the weekend to non-life sustaining businesses that disobeyed Gov. Tom Wolf’s order to close to help curb the spread of the coronavirus. Troop H, which covers most of the midstate had the second highest number of warnings ussued between Friday and Sunday. Its total of 12 was surpassed only by Troop A, with 19. Troop A covers Westmoreland, Cambria, Indiana and Somerset counties. Eleven warnings were issued by Troop G, which covers Centre, Mifflin, Juniata, Huntingdon, Blair, Bedford and Fulton counties. State police aren’t the only ones enforcing the closure edict . Other agencies involve at the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Boa... Full story

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