When the first COVID-19 case in Pennsylvania was confirmed on Mar. 6, 2020, Gov. Tom Wolf ordered all non-essential Commonwealth businesses to close.
On April 15 he ordered a mask mandate “including a requirement that all customers wear masks while on premises of businesses that serve the public.”
As of 12:01 a.m. Monday, June 28th that mandate will be lifted statewide.
PennLive looks back at the past 14 months of mask-wearing in the midstate.
The photos are by PennLive.com staff photographers Dan Gleiter, Mark Pynes, Sean Simmers and Photo Lead Joe Hermitt.