UPDATED: March 20, 9:25 p.m.
Life-sustaining businesses can stay open, but he emphasized the need to follow social distancing guidelines.
In the list, Wolf details what businesses are considered life-sustaining and which are non-life-sustaining.
Wolf has modified restrictions on some categories such as legal services, construction, and schools and colleges.
Specialty food stores, accountants, dry cleaning, laundry services and tax preparation services are considered to be life-sustaining businesses, so they can stay open.
Restaurants are still allowed to offer takeout meals, and food providers and food manufacturers can stay open.
Gas stations, car repair services, food relief, waste management, car rental, and beer distributors are also other examples of organizations that don't need to close.
For more information, check out the list below:
Still unsure? The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Protection asks businesses with questions as to whether their organization needs to close to email email@example.com.
Any business interested in seeking a waiver to the order can reach out to the state directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 1-877-PA-HEALTH and select “option 1.”