By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A citywide curfew will once again be implemented in Philadelphia. The curfew goes into effect at 9 p.m. Friday and lasts until 6 a.m. Saturday.

This comes as the Pennsylvania National Guard arrived in the city Friday following days of unrest stemming from the fatal police shooting of 27-year-old Walter Wallace Jr. on Monday.

The city was under a curfew Wednesday night but one was not issued for Thursday.

A total of 214 arrests have been made since protests and looting began Monday. Officials say 58 officers have been injured and one remains hospitalized.

There have been over 440 looting incidents and 22 ATM explosions.

Wallace Jr., 27, was shot and killed by two Philadelphia officers after, police say, he walked towards them with a knife and refused to drop the weapon. His family says Wallace Jr. was having a mental health crisis.

The fatal shooting has been followed by ongoing unrest and protests. A number of Philadelphia businesses have been looted and vandalized throughout the week.

The 911 calls and body camera footage of the fatal police shooting will be released next Wednesday, Nov. 4.

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