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Greater Philadelphia: Visitor Health and Safety Top Priority for the Entire Philadelphia Region.

Screen Shot 2020-07-24 at 12.3.52A statue of Billy Penn stands on top of Philadelphia City Hall

PHILADELPHIA PA (July 2020)--To help address the impact of COVID-19, VISIT PHILADELPHIA is united with public health agencies, government and elected officials, industry colleagues and you — the Greater Philadelphia community and our visitors — to support for visitors, residents and employees throughout Philadelphia and the Countryside as the region begins to reopen.


Led by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia’s four surrounding counties — Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery — are in the green phase of reopening as of June 26, 2020.

Philadelphia moved into an expanded yellow phase on June 26, 2020, and moved to a modified green phase on July 3, 2020.

Those shifts mean that residents and visitors can safely enjoy many of the best parts of Greater Philadelphia with new safety measures, including mask requirements, capacity restrictions and more.


In a modified Green Phase launched on July 3, 2020, residents and visitors in Philadelphia can enjoy outdoor and to-go dining; parks, trails, outdoor spaces and select outdoor attractions; select in-person retail experiences as well as curbside pickup; zoos (exteriors only); salons, barbers and spas; museums, indoor shopping malls, libraries; and more.

Note that masks are required in Philadelphia “in any indoor public spaces and outdoors if there is less than six feet between people from different households,” as of late June 2020.

For the most up-to-date information and recommendations, check directly with the City of Philadelphia on COVID-19 current news by clicking the button below.


Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties

Green Phase in the Philadelphia Countryside mimics the recommendations of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, welcomes residents and visitors in these counties to enjoy to-go, outdoor and indoor open-air dining at bars and restaurants; curbside and in-store retail; the reopening of casinos, theaters, salons, barbershops and more.

Visit each county’s health department website for the most current information:

Note that masks are now required throughout the state of Pennsylvania.

More information on Green Phase reopening guidelines are available from Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine by clicking the button below.