The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has authorized local courts to restore limited operations to the jurisdictions previously halted due to the spread of COVID-19, but extended the statewide judicial emergency to June 1.

In an order issued Tuesday, Chief Justice Thomas Saylor granted the regional president judges discretion to determine which aspects of their court operations to resume, also providing strict limitations for in-person proceedings.

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