Over the weekend, people hit up the grocery stores hard. That was a good thing because a lot of people like to go out to eat, myself included. However, due to the COVID-19, certain counties will have to close down. While schools have been closed for the next 14 days, and some people will have to work from home, according to The Inquirer, Gov. Tom Wolfe has told restaurants and bars in five Pennsylvania counties, they must close their dine-in facilities. This is now in effect on Monday. He made the announcement on Sunday night. Those counties include Allegheny, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties for the next 14 days. But before you start a panic, you can do carry-out, delivery and even drive-through, you just can't stay inside to eat. On top of that, the CDC has recommend no large gatherings over 50 people in one area, so that will effect the dine-in situation. This goes in hand with the social distancing.