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COVID-19 Information and Resources

The COVID-19 situation is ever evolving which means some of this information may not be relevant in a few days. Visit NASTC's COVID-19 updates page for the latest information. 


Three-Month Waiver in Response to the COVID-19 Emergency
For States and CLP Holders Operating Commercial Motor Vehicles

The FMCSA has allowed a temporary waiver from certain commercial learner's permit (CLP) regulations, for example the requirement that a CPL holder must be accompanied by a CDL holder in the passenger seat when a CPL holder is operating a motor vehicle. The temporary waiver also allows states to give a driving skills test to any non-domiciled CDL applicant, regardless of where the applicant received driver training. Please take a loot at the full waiver for the terms, conditions, and restrictions:

Click here for Full Waiver 


CARES Act Signed into Law

Last week, President Trump signed a massive $2.2 trillion economic assistance package, called the CARES Act. This package will help businesses, provide direct financial assistance to Americans, and add funding for the over-worked health care system. 

Click here to Read More


CDC Statement on Self-Quarantine Guidance
for Greater New York City Transportation and Delivery Workers

The CDC issued self-quarantine guidance for the greater New York City area does not apply to critical infrastructure workers. This includes critical transportation and delivery workers who are needed for New York residents to continue their daily lives.

Click here for full statement

Dana Campbell
Vice President of Operations
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COVID-19 Information and Resources

Collection Sites COVID-19 Preparedness

Please refer to the link below for information from Quest Diagnostics regarding their Patient Service Centers (PSC) COVID-19 preparedness. Make note that COVID-19 tests are not being conducted at any of their drug testing collection sites.

https://blog.employersolutions.com/covid-19/

Nicole Gifford
Director of Drug & Alcohol
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Collection Sites COVID-19 Preparedness

Special Update - Regulatory and Legislative Update
March 24, 2020

Regulation and Enforcement

State-ordered shutdowns grow as the COVID-19 situation remains fluid
Over the past week, individual states have issued emergency orders to restrict individual and commercial activity to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). These terms of these orders vary, but in general they require residents to stay at home except to get food, health care, care for someone else, or work in a job deemed to be essential. As of now, at least 14 states have officially adopted some type of emergency order restricting people from working outside their homes except in essential jobs:
  • California
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Illinois
  • Louisiana
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
These restrictions beg the question, of course, of what constitutes "essential." In general, states seem to be coalescing around a list published by the Department of Homeland Security at:
https://www.cisa.gov/publication/guidance-essential-critical-infrastructure-workforce

Not surprisingly, basically anything that supports transportation and logistics is covered. Indeed, the list of essential workers is fair extensive and potentially open to interpretation, but among the categories not covered are non-food retail and manufacturing that is not deemed to be critical. A definition of critical manufacturing is on the website.

The situation of course is very fluid. One organization that is monitoring the situation closely is the National Association of Manufacturers. NAM's COVID-19 resources are available at https://www.nam.org/covid-19-state-resources/.

FMCSA's expanded enforcement relief covers a broader share of freight
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration on March 18 issued an expanded emergency declaration that adds to the categories of goods considered to be direct assistance in relief from the impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. (For details on the original March 13 declaration, see the Special Report distributed on March 16; unless otherwise stated, the terms of that declaration remain in place.) The expanded emergency declaration, which still expires on April 12 unless lifted earlier or extended, also offers some flexibility on enforcement relief on loads that combine routine commercial transportation and qualifying transportation. Specifically, the expanded declaration grants emergency relief from the requirements of Parts 390 through 399 for transportation to meet immediate needs for:

  • Medical supplies and equipment related to the testing, diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19;

  • Supplies and equipment necessary for community safety, sanitation, and prevention of community transmission of COVID-19 such as masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, soap and disinfectants;

  • Food, paper products and other groceries for emergency restocking of distribution centers or stores;

  • Immediate precursor raw materials-such as paper, plastic or alcohol-that are required and to be used for the manufacture of items in categories (1), (2) or (3);

  • Fuel;

  • Equipment, supplies and persons necessary to establish and manage temporary housing, quarantine , and isolation facilities related to COVID-19;

  • Persons designated by Federal, State or local authorities for medical, isolation, or quarantine purposes and;

  • Persons necessary to provide other medical or emergency services, the supply of which may be affected by the COVID-19 response.

The original declaration stated that qualifying direct assistance did not include routine commercial deliveries, or transportation of mixed loads that include essential supplies, equipment and persons along with non-qualifying transportation. The March 18 declaration states that direct assistance "does not include routine commercial deliveries, including mixed loads with a nominal quantity of qualifying emergency relief added to obtain the benefits of this emergency declaration." What exactly is meant by "a nominal quantity of qualifying emergency relief" would appear to be a judgment call by a carrier subject to review by a roadside inspector or auditor.

Another gray area could be what constitutes an "immediate precursor raw material." We do know from a frequently asked question (FAQ) page related to the emergency declaration is that livestock counts because it is a precursor to food. Carriers may never receive definitive answers on how to interpret the scope of the relief, so they might have to rely on their best judgment and be prepared to justify those decisions to inspectors or auditors.

Resources:

David Owen
President
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Special Update - Regulatory and Legislative Update

Dear Member,

As of last night at 8:00pm the Governor of Pennsylvania has ordered all non-life-sustaining businesses to close until further notice. However, we wanted to let you know that this will not apply to you. In the transportation sector this mandate only applies to the transportation of people, not goods. I have provided some links below to further clarify the situation:

Click here to see a copy of the mandate

Click here to see an article from the PA Governors Website

Click here for a chart that shows which businesses this mandate applies to (Transportation is on page 3)


David Owen
President
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Governor of Pennsylvania Announcement

Dear Member,

The President has declared a National Emergency due to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID19) outbreaks. In response to this the FMCSA is allowing exemptions on certain regulations until the termination of the emergency or 11 :59 P.M. (ET) on April 12, 2020, whichever comes sooner. Below you will find two links from the FMCSA website that go into more detail on this subject:

Click here to go directly to an Article from the FMCSA Website

Click here to go directly to the FMCSA National Emergency Declaration Letter

David Owen
President
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Presidential Declaration of a National Emergency

FMCSA CDL Waiver

FMCSA grants, until June 30, 2020, a waiver from certain regulations applicable to interstate and intrastate commercial driver's license (CDL) and commercial learner's permit (CLP) holders and to other interstate drivers operating commercial motor vehicles. For more information please click the link below:

https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/emergency/fmcsa-cdl-waiver-32420

Angel Clark
Director of Safety & Compliance Services
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FMCSA CDL Waiver

DOT Guidance on Drug/Alcohol Testing Compliance During COVID-19 Crisis

Please see the below link that provides DOT Guidance on Compliance with DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Regulations in regards to the COVID-19 virus.

https://www.transportation.gov/odapc/compliance-with-dot-drug-and-alcohol-testing-regulations

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me.

Nicole Gifford
Director of Drug & Alcohol
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NASTC Drug & Alcohol DOT Guidance

(UPDATED: 3.20.2020)

COVID-19 Response

We are open and ready to serve you.

We at TA and Petro Stopping Centers are doing the best we possibly can to continue to serve you as the COVID-19 situation evolves. Thank you for your patience and support as we navigate through COVID-19 together.

Our operational directives are made relying on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization.

The following are our best current updates regarding our services and amenities:
• All fuel lanes are open, with no fuel rationing.
• All TA Truck Service centers are open and RoadSquad 24-Hour Roadside Assistance is available.
• Our showers are open and you can still reserve showers through the app. Our employees continue to use the highest-quality chemicals when cleaning each shower.
• We are following individual state mandates regarding closures of full-service restaurant dining. Some states are implementing 50% occupancy caps while others are mandating full dining room closures. Updates by state can be found below. The buffets and soup and salad bars in our Iron Skillets and Country Prides are closed, as are some of our dining rooms. Currently, carry-out at all restaurants is still available. You may order online from Iron Skillet ahead of time. Depending on the applicable government mandate, we may have to bring the food out to you. Specific information will be available at the travel center.
• Our quick-service restaurants are open. However, you will not be permitted to eat in the dining areas due to mandates as stated above. Depending on the applicable government mandate, we may have to bring the food out to you. Specific information will be available at the travel center.
• We are increasing our cleaning frequency and continue to use best-in-class, food-safe cleaners to disinfect and sanitize common touch points within the restaurants and travel centers. These include showers, restrooms, registers, door knobs, tables, menus, chairs, booths, counters, and all dishes, utensils and cooking surfaces.
• We have closed our Fitness Centers and Driver Lounges until further notice.
• For customers that usually use a TA/Petro refillable mug, we ask that you discontinue their use at this time. Please use a disposable cup; you will still qualify for the refill price: just tell the cashier that you participate in the refillable mug program.
• Our employees have been advised to take care of themselves and be aware of best practices for preventive safety measures. This includes frequent hand washing and staying home when feeling ill.
• All truck parking including Reserve-It remain in effect. Thank you for continuing to allow us to serve you as we navigate through this unprecedented time together. The decisions we make are with your health and safety at top of mind. We will continue to provide updates on our COVID-19 response page.

Thank you for your continued service - we appreciate all you do to keep our economy moving.

TravelCenters of America and Petro Stopping Centers

Restaurant Regulations by State (last updated 3/20 at 8:00 a.m.)

*Please note that Dunkin' and Baskin-Robbins restaurants will only be doing to-go orders. There will be no dine-in options at these locations.

State                Rule

  • Alabama:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Arizona:
    Black Bear Diner in Kingman is available for to-go meals only.
  • Arkansas:
    Maximum occupancy rate must remain under 50 percent or 50 people. Expires March 31.
  • California:
    Wheeler Ridge - Maximum occupancy rate must remain under 50 percent. Barstow and Ontario - To go only
  • Colorado:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires April 15.
  • Connecticut:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Florida:
    Maximum occupancy rate must remain under 50 percent. All booths and tables must be at least six feet apart. Tampa only - No food sales between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. including roller grill, fountain drinks, coffee and all self-serve items.
  • Illinois:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. People may not walk into the restaurant to pick up their orders. Food must be consumed outside of the building. Expires March 30.
  • Indiana:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Iowa:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires March 31.
  • Kentucky:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Louisiana:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Maryland:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Massachusetts:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires April 6.
  • Michigan:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires March 30.
  • Minnesota:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. People may go into the restaurant to pick up their orders as long as there are less than five people in the facility.
  • Missouri:
    Johnson County, Kansas City and Wyandotte County only - Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires March 31.
  • Montana:
    St. Charles County, Yellowstone County and Missoula County only - Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Nevada:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • New Hampshire:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires April 17..
  • New Jersey:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed only between 5 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • New Mexico:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires April 10.
  • New York:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • North Carolina:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • North Dakota:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Oklahoma:
    Oklahoma City - Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Ohio:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Oregon:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Pennsylvania:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Rhode Island:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • South Carolina:
    Columbia only - Maximum occupancy rate must remain under 50 percent. All booths and tables must be at least six feet apart. No more than six people can be at a table. A curfew is in place from 11 p.m. until 6 a.m.
  • Tennessee:
    Nashville only - Bars and restaurants are closed. Expires April 3.
  • Texas:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Utah:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Virginia:
    Maximum occupancy rate must remain under 10 total people. To go is encouraged.
  • Washington:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • West Viriginia:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Wisconsin:
    Maximum occupancy rate must remain under 50 percent or 50 total people. All booths and tables must be at least six feet apart.
  • Wyoming:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Cheyenne only - Customers may not enter restaurants. To go orders must be delivered to the guests' cars.

P. J. Park
Vendor Relations, Maintenance & Credit Services Program Manager
800.264.8580

Fax: 615.451.0041

TA Petro COVID-19 Response 3.20

Dear NASTC Insurance Services Client,

NASTC and NASTC Insurance Services will be working remotely due to current events of COVID-19:

All of our NASTC Insurance Services clients have access to our CSR 24 - Certificate system to process requested Certificates of Insurance on a daily basis, over the weekend or on Holidays.

In order to better serve you, please contact us to obtain your USER NAME

Contact us with any questions. Department email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Go to: https://portal.csr24.com/mvc/2648580

USERNAME: User Name

PASSWORD: nastc

Click "Managing Certificate". • Issue a Certificate of Insurance/Proof of Insurance Click on the "DATE" of the Certificate: • "2019-2020" Certificate • "2020-2021" Certificate Click "Add Holder", enter the broker/carrier information and "Submit" in bottom corner to send.

NASTC Insurance COVID-19

Dear Member,

Due to the COVID-19 crisis and for the safety of our staff and community, NASTC, NASTC Insurance Services and NASTek National will begin operation remotely. We ask for your patience during this time as we try to provide you the same service in a remote fashion. We also thank all our drivers for their service to our country during this time and pray for the health and safety of everyone. Please visit our Contact page for direct lines and email addresses.

Dana Campbell
Vice President of Operations
800.264.8580
Fax: 615.451.9916
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NASTC Contact

To our valued fleet partners:

This is truly an unprecedented time for the nation and I want to let you know that we at TravelCenters of America are focused on doing all that we can to ensure the continuity of our business operations for you and your professional drivers. Our top priorities are the health and well-being of our employees, our customers and the general public.

Specifically, we are doing the following:

· Working with NATSO as well as our two primary competitors to ensure our travel centers are considered "Essential Services" under various state laws, so that they are not closed. Of course we recognize that your fleet and drivers are moving critical goods to consumers to help them stay healthy, comfortable and fed, which makes our centers "essential services".

·To the fullest extent possible we are keeping quick serve and full service restaurants open. In cases where we are forced to close them, we are ensuring take out options remain.

·Showers and bathroom facilities will remain open, subject to state law limitations.

·Convenience store facilities will remain open, subject to state law limitations.

·TV lounges and fitness facilities will be closed.

·Truck parking and reserve It, reserved parking for our loyal fleet customers, will remain in effect.

· We are maintaining appropriate and enhanced cleaning protocols with the best-in-class chemicals to ensure the safety of our customers, drivers and employees.

We feel an important obligation not just to you and your drivers, but to this Country to help make sure we continue to play a role in ensuring essentials make it to our fellow citizens. We feel proud, patriotic and humble.

In this fast-evolving situation, we have a highly-trained emergency response team closely monitoring updates by the minute and we will continue to operate under guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization.

We've created a webpage for our customers to get daily status updates on our operations. Please visit:

https://www.ta-petro.com/newsroom/covid-19-response

This link contains the latest information on our COVID-19 response, including precautionary measures we are taking for the health and safety of everyone.

Thank you for your continuing support and let us know how we can be helpful.

Sincerely,
Jon Pertchik
CEO, TravelCenters of America

https://www.ta-petro.com/newsroom/covid-19-response

TA Petro COVID-19

At NASTC, the health and well-being of our members, as well as your OTR drivers, are a top priority. We understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing surrounding the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and we are committed to being responsive to the needs of our members as the situation evolves.

As the FMCSA recognizes the critical role the trucking industry will play in keeping America supplied with food, medical supplies and equipment during this time, so does NASTC.

Therefore, the most important thing is to keep drivers healthy and on the road. We want to make sure you can be diagnosed and treated for illnesses that are NOT related to COVID-19. Currently the only way to confirm COVID-19 diagnosis is with an in-person test, therefore it would not be possible for HelpMD physicians to come to such a diagnosis over the phone, computer, or mobile app. NASTC'S partnership with HelpMD can be a very important and beneficial service we can provide for your company.

We are approaching the start of spring allergy season which can make you feel miserable. Common symptoms such as:
• Itchy and watery eyes
• Runny Nose
• Sneezing
• Nasal Congestion
• Swollen sinuses
• Sinus pressure in your face, teeth and head.

HelpMD, a leading telemedicine provider, is changing the way people seek and get medical advice, diagnosis and prescriptions. Keeping you from having to go to an urgent care facility, doctor's office or the ER with NON-CRITICAL illnesses. HelpMD can also treat illnesses such as:
• Pink Eye
• Urinary Tract Infection
• Nausea
• Diarrhea
• Rashes
• And many more
• Covers employee, spouse and dependents
• No co-pay
• Connect by phone, mobile app or computer
• 24/7 on demand access to a board-certified physician.
• Prescriptions are provided when deemed medically necessary

If you suspect you are infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, follow the steps (as detailed by the CDC) to help prevent the spread of the disease in your home and community.

A link to the CDC instructions has been provided below for your convenience.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

For more information about HelpMD please reach out to Debbie Lamberson.

Debbie Lamberson
Project Sales Manager
Direct Line: 615.989.9198
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HelpMD COVID-19

(UPDATED: 3.17.2020)

COVID-19 Response
We are open and ready to serve you.

Click here for a direct link to TA/PETRO's response on their website

We at TA and Petro Stopping Centers are doing the best we possibly can to continue to serve you as the COVID-19 situation evolves. Thank you for your patience and support as we navigate through COVID-19 together. Our operational directives are made relying on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization.

The following are our best current updates regarding our services and amenities:
• All fuel lanes are open.
• Our showers are open and you can still reserve showers through the app. Our employees continue to use the highest-quality chemicals when cleaning each shower.
• We are following individual state mandates regarding closures of full-service restaurant dining. Some states are implementing 50% occupancy caps while others are mandating full dining room closures. Updates by state can be found below. The buffets and soup and salad bars in our Iron Skillets and Country Prides are closed, as are some of our dining rooms. Currently, carry-out at all restaurants is still available. You may order online from Iron Skillet ahead of time. Depending on the applicable government mandate, we may have to bring the food out to you. Specific information will be available at the travel center.
• Our quick-service restaurants are open. However, you will not be permitted to eat in the dining areas due to mandates as stated above. Depending on the applicable government mandate, we may have to bring the food out to you. Specific information will be available at the travel center.
• We are increasing our cleaning frequency and continue to use best-in-class, food-safe cleaners to disinfect and sanitize common touch points within the restaurants and travel centers. These include showers, restrooms, registers, door knobs, tables, menus, chairs, booths, counters, and all dishes, utensils and cooking surfaces.
• We have closed our Fitness Centers and Driver Lounges until further notice.
• For customers that usually use a TA/Petro refillable mug, we ask that you discontinue their use at this time. Please use a disposable cup; you will still qualify for the refill price: just tell the cashier that you participate in the refillable mug program.
• Our employees have been advised to take care of themselves and be aware of best practices for preventive safety measures. This includes frequent hand washing and staying home when feeling ill. Thank you for continuing to allow us to serve you as we navigate through this unprecedented time together. The decisions we make are with your health and safety at top of mind. We will continue to provide updates on our COVID-19 response page.

Thank you for your continued service - we appreciate all you do to keep our economy moving.

Restaurant Regulations by State (last updated 3/17 at 2:30 p.m.)

*Please note that Dunkin' and Baskin-Robbins restaurants will only be doing to-go orders. There will be no dine-in options at these locations.

State

Rule

  • California:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Colorado:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires April 15.
  • Connecticut:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Florida:
    Maximum occupancy rate must remain under 50 percent. All booths and tables must be at least six feet apart.
  • Illinois:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. People may not walk into the restaurant to pick up their orders. Food must be consumed outside of the building. Expires March 30.
  • Indiana:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires March 31.
  • Iowa:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires March 31.
  • Kentucky:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Louisiana:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Maryland:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Massachusetts:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires April 6.
  • Michigan:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires March 30.
  • Minnesota:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. People may go into the restaurant to pick up their orders as long as there are less than five people in the facility.
  • Missouri:
    Johnson County, Kansas City and Wyandotte County only - Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed. Expires March 31.
  • Montana:
    Yellowstone County and Missoula County only - Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • New Jersey:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed only between 5 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • New Mexico:
    Maximum occupancy and seating capacity rate must remain under 50 percent. All booths and tables must be at least six feet apart.
  • New York:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • North Carolina:
    Effective after 5 p.m. today: Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Ohio:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Oregon:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Pennsylvania:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Rhode Island:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • South Carolina:
    Columbia only - Maximum occupancy rate must remain under 50 percent. All booths and tables must be at least six feet apart. No more than six people can be at a table.
  • Texas:
    Harris County and Dallas County only - Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Virginia:
    Maximum occupancy rate must remain under 10 total people. To go is encouraged.
  • Washington:
    Dine-in areas are closed. Drive-thru, to go and delivery is allowed.
  • Wisconsin:
    Maximum occupancy rate must remain under 50 percent or 50 total people. All booths and tables must be at least six feet apart.

P. J. Park
Vendor Relations, Maintenance & Credit Services Program Manager
800.264.8580

Fax: 615.451.0041

TA Petro COVID-19 Response 3.17