That's the problem the "we're OK, our area doesn't have many cases so there's no reason to keep our city/county/region closed" crowd wants to ignore. When PA closed its liquor stores (along with everything else) people were driving from Pittsburgh to West Virginia to buy it there. When the stores near the state line were sold out, they drove further into the state. It was so bad that all the WV liquor stores within 3 hours of the PA line were sold out and they actually had to institute a new policy that buyers had to show WV identification to buy alcohol. If people are willing to drive 6 hours to buy their rum, why wouldn't they drive that far for other reasons? Right now, my county and the county directly north are scheduled to "partially open" (retail open, restaurants stay takeout only) on Friday. Great. But, Allegheny County/Pittsburgh is 40 minutes away and they aren't opening. In the last 3 days, every local news broadcast on the Pittsburgh TV channels has featured stories about the outlet mall in the "soon to be opened county". Want to guess what Saturday at the outlet mall is going to look like?