By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) –The Ben Franklin Bridge is shut down in both directions per orders from Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy as protests are expected to continue Sunday afternoon. There is no word when the bridge will reopen at this time.

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has shut down all Center City streets in order to facilitate the cleanup and further emergency responses if needed.

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Streets in Center City are closed until further notice.

City officials say residents and business operators within Center City will be permitted access to the streets.

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Also, Pennsylvania State Police say absolutely no vehicles will be allowed to exit on Interstate 676 in either direction through Center City.

Peaceful George Floyd protests turned violent on Saturday afternoon as protesters clashed with police.

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has implemented a citywide curfew from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.

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