The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association is telling schools to consult their solicitors about what they can and can’t do under Gov. Tom Wolf’s reinstated order that limits crowd sizes.
According to the Associated Press, a federal appeals court said Thursday Gov. Wolf can restore enforcement of pandemic restrictions on indoor and outdoor gatherings in the state after U.S. District Judge William Stickman IV in Pittsburgh ruled the restrictions unconstitutional last month.
Following Stickman’s ruling, many Pennsylvania school districts began allowing more fans to attend sporting events.
Gov. Wolf’s reinstated restrictions limit crowd sizes to 25 and under indoors and 250 and under outdoors.
Gov. Wolf is expected to release further guidance to schools, according to reports.