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Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf wrote a letter to the Primanti brothers, informing them that they were disallowed from serving Nachos.

Governor Wolf has not written any letter to the Primanti brothers. Restaurant guidelines allow all the restaurants to serve nachos in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania has taken measures to save lives and reduce the impact of the COVID-19 through a phase-wise reopening of the state's lockdown. The green phase eases most constraints on the extended suspension of the stay at home and business closure procedures to allow the economy to reopen while prioritizing public health strategically. Pennsylvania's restaurant industry guidance was formed in coordination with the Restaurant and Lodging Association. Businesses and workers in the restaurant and retail foodservice industry were required to meet critical requirements.

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all bars and restaurants to limit their customers to twenty-five people. The restaurants have to provide dine-in service in both indoor and outdoor seating areas as long as they strictly adhere to the government's guidance. They should offer sit-down, dine-in meals while bar service is prohibited. However, it a general order for all restaurants operating in Pennsylvania, and no exclusive letter has been written or sent to the Primanti brothers about disallowing them from serving Nachos.

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