US District Judge William Stickman IV, Trump Appointed, Said According to his opinion COVID-19 took orders from Wolf and Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Rachel Levin Violations and the right to freedom of assembly to continue and due process of the 14th amendment and violation of the equal protection clause continue.
Stickman wrote, “Attempts to stop the spread of coronovirus were made with the good intention of addressing a public health emergency.”
“But even in an emergency, the government’s authority is not unaffected,” he said.
“There is no question that this country has faced, and will face all kinds of emergencies,” he wrote. “But the solution to a national crisis can never be allowed to affect the commitment to personal freedom that forms the foundation of American experimentation.”
Four Pennsylvania counties – Butler, Fayette, Green and Washington – along with Rep. Mike kellyGeorge (Mike) Joseph Kellygood halted the Trump campaign’s mail-voting lawsuit against the Pennsylvania Rep. Dan Messer tests positive for COVID-19, watchdog call to check Gohart who disobeys public health guidance on COVID-19 MORE (R-Pa.), Three state representatives, and seven businesses and their owners challenged the coronavirus orders of the state government. Their lawsuit was filed in May, when these counties were in the “red” phase, requiring residents to stay home.
The governor’s office did not immediately return a request for comment on the new regime.
Previous rulings have rejected a number of challenges to Wolf’s coronovirus orders. In July, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Ruled the state legislature Coronavirus could not end the shutdown.
Other governors around the country took similar steps to the coronovirus epidemic, with most states implementing stay-at-home orders and closing businesses.
Pennsylvania has lifted most of the coronovirus restrictions, but still limits indoor gatherings to 25 people, outdoor gatherings to 250 people and indoor meals to 25 percent of the occupant. Indoor eating capacity is expected to increase by 50 percent on September 21 CBS Pittsburgh.
Pennsylvania has documented 140,842 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 7,869 deaths since the onset of the epidemic. The New York Times classifies Pennsylvania as a state where cases are “short and short lived”, with a seven-day average of 676 new cases per day.