According to information provided by Philadelphia officials on Sunday, there will no longer be a curfew in place after issued the measure for eight days during civil unrest. Officials said the resolution is a result of the weekend’s peaceful demonstrations,
Officials also say that there are no traffic restrictions or street closures in Center City.
Officials had enacted the curfew as various areas of the city dealt with irregularities such as looting and burglary, vandalism, fires and assault.
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Sunday marked the first day since Saturday, May 30 that the city was not under a nightly curfew.
As of Sunday, police made 494 arrests for curfew violations and failure to disperse, according to the Police Department. There have also been 236 looting events, burglary arrests, as well as arrests for assault on police, theft and rioting.
The first curfew was issued on May 30 after protests following the death of George Floyd turned violent.
City officials are urging those who took part in protests to self-monitor for symptoms of the coronavirus.
They also recommend those participating try to stay away from other people for 14 days.