PHILADELPHIA POLICE UPDATE: The following arrest numbers are current as of 12:00 am on Sunday, June 7.
* 494 Code Violation Notices for curfew and failure to disperse
* 15 for Assault on police
* 4 for Firearm Violations
* 13 for Theft
* 236 for Looting/Burglary
* 1 for Rioting
* 1 for Propulsion of missile
* 1 for Vandalism
* 2 for Aggravated Assault
* 1 possession of explosives
Injured Officers: 27 (one still in hospital)
CURFEW: The City announced there will be no citywide curfew this evening, Sunday, June 7.
TRAFFIC: There are currently no vehicular traffic restrictions or street closures in Center City. Residents should follow OEM on Twitter for any updates.
MASKS: The Department of Public Health recommends that everyone wear a mask when in public to slow the spread of COVID-19.
COVID-19 GUIDANCE FOR PROTESTERS: Because of the large number of people that have participated in protest activities in Philadelphia, the Department of Public Health believes that there may be an increased likelihood that participants may have been exposed to COVID-19. Those who were at or near a protest—even if they wore a mask—should follow these recommendations to combat the spread of the virus:
- Monitor for symptoms like new-onset fever, cough, or shortness of breath for fourteen days.
- Try to stay away from other people for fourteen days; if you can’t stay at home, be sure to wear a mask properly and try to stay at least six feet from others.
- Get tested for COVID-19 seven days after having been in a crowd; those seeking testing do NOT need to identify that they were at a protest but instead should say they were near someone who may have had COVID-19.