Schools and many businesses in Pennsylvania will not be opening their doors anytime soon.
On Monday afternoon, Gov. Tom Wolf’s office said “all Pennsylvania schools will remain closed until further notice.”
During a press conference, the governor said businesses ordered closed as part of COVID-19 mitigation efforts will remain shuttered until the measures are revoked.
Previously, Wolf had said his office would evaluate opening schools and businesses in early and mid April.
On Monday, the governor extended the end of the stay-at-home order from April 6 until April 30.
School were closed in Bucks County and then the entire state in mid-March as the COVID-19 outbreak spread.
The announcement came as Wolf said his stay-at-home order that has been in place in Bucks County since March 23 expands to more counties in the central portion of the state.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education is expected to provide guidance to school districts in the coming days.
While some states have cancelled public school through the summer, Wolf has not yet taken that step.
On Sunday, President Donald Trump extended federal social-distancing guidelines to April 30.
Wolf has urged residents to practice social distancing to avoid the spread of COVID-19, which has infected more than 4,000 people and killed close to 50 people in the state and three in Bucks County as of Monday afternoon.