By CBS3 Staff

HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) – Pennsylvania is easing some COVID-19 restrictions beginning Sunday. If restaurants self-certify in Pennsylvania they can expand their indoor capacity to 75% and resume bar service.

Personal services facilities, gyms and entertainment facilities, including casinos, theaters and malls are also allowed 75%percent occupancy.

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“There’s light at the end of the tunnel if we continue to follow safety guidance and get vaccinated,” Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said in a Tweet on Sunday.

Occupancy limits for indoor events increase to 25% and occupancy limits for outdoor events increase to 50%.

The easing of restrictions will not apply in Philadelphia. Dr. Tom Farley said last month the city will not follow the state’s new restrictions due to the increases of COVID-19 cases and hospitalization rates.

“We believe that those changes, if we adopt them here in Philadelphia could further increase rates,” Farley said.