As we approach the end of 2020, (aka the year from Hell) we note a number of other order that some governors, mayors, county executive or other elected officials have mandated that we weren’t able to include elsewhere and thought it would be best to just run through them. In that vein, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, who in October expressed his concern about being able to attract business to the City of Brotherly Love, shut down indoor dining as well as gyms and museums before Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day. Last week, Kenney signed a 180-day extension of a moratorium on restaurant evictions in the city. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has again shut down indoor dining in New York City and has threatened more severe measures if his restrictions aren’t followed. Restaurants in the state of Delaware are now capped at 30 percent of capacity and must close at 10 PM in observance of a new curfew put in place by Governor John Carney, while Pennsylvania Governor Thomas Wolf ordered indoor dining shut down across the Keystone State effective last Saturday through January 4, 2021. Speaking of Pennsylvania, paid sick leave in the city of Pittsburgh can be supplemented with a new COVID Sick Leave that was signed into law and immediately became effective on December 9. And finally, on the flip side of the anti-business coin, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan signed an Executive Order that protects small businesses from “sudden or substantial” changes in unemployment taxes due to employee furlough or layoffs resulting from the COVID pandemic shutdowns.