On June 12, the 12 counties in light green will move from Pennsylvania's yellow to green phase. The 10 counties in bright yellow moved out of red into the yellow phase on June 5.
On June 12, the 12 counties in light green will move from Pennsylvania's yellow to green phase. The 10 counties in bright yellow moved out of red into the yellow phase on June 5.

Twelve more counties will shift next Friday, June 12, from Pennsylvania's yellow phase of Covid-19 preventive measures to green, Gov. Tom Wolf said Friday.

They are: Adams, Beaver, Carbon, Columbia, Cumberland, Juniata, Mifflin, Northumberland, Union, Wayne, Wyoming and York.

The change will result in Pennsylvania having 46 counties in the green phase and 21 in yellow.

None remain in the red phase, the strictest of the three. On Friday, Lancaster County was part of the final cohort of 10 counties to shift from red to yellow.

As of June 5, 17 counties (light green) move from Pennsylvania's yellow to green phase, and the final 10 (light yellow), including Lancaster County, move from red to yellow.
As of June 5, 17 counties (light green) move from Pennsylvania's yellow to green phase, and the final 10 (light yellow), including Lancaster County, move from red to yellow.
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