Feasterville-Trevose Times

Essential services for vulnerable populations will continue regardless of COVID-19 mitigation efforts

Gov. Tom Wolf said older adults, low-income families and children will not be abandoned

Online tool helps essential workers find child care providers

Available on the Department of Human Services’ website, the tool lists child care providers that have been granted a waiver to continue serving families

PA extends license renewal deadlines for nurses and others during coronavirus emergency

Deadlines have been extended to July, August and September

Federal REAL ID enforcement deadline postponed to October 2021

This is in response to COVID-19 and the national emergency declaration

Wolf launches critical medical supplies procurement portal

This will expedite the procurement of critical medical supplies for PA’s health care system during the COVID-19 pandemic

PA’s grocery stores will remain open, Wolf offers guidance to protect workforce

Grocery stores are still considered essential, and the government is working to make sure employees stay healthy

Wolf announces $50 million to fight COVID-19

This will be used to purchase medical equipment and supplies for hospitals, nursing homes and emergency workers

Wolf urges USDA to waive food assistance eligibility requirements

The governor said limiting interpretations, refusing to cut bureaucratic red tape during crisis is ‘inhumane’

Wolf Administration submits waiver request to support food security, SNAP access for college students...

The goal is to ensure their access to food is not hindered if resources are limited

Dept. of Corrections extends visit suspension, enhanced screening of all employees through April 10

There are currently no positive cases of COVID-19 in the state prison inmate system
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