Coronavirus Resources for Pennsylvanians

Posted by U.S. Senator Bob Casey on April 7, 2020

The following message is from Pennsylvania U. S. Senator Bob Casey:

There continues to be a lot of concern about the spread of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, in Pennsylvania and across the country.  I’m reaching out to share some resources to help you, your family and your community navigate the challenges of these extraordinary times.

In a situation changing as quickly as this one, when people are scared and looking for strong leadership, Governor Wolf, Secretary Levine and local officials throughout the Commonwealth continue to take decisive action to protect the health and well-being of Pennsylvanians.  Throughout this pandemic, I have been working with my colleagues in Washington to provide direct assistance for the people who need it most: families, workers and small businesses.  As our Nation faces this unprecedented public health and economic crisis, I will continue fighting to ensure communities across the Commonwealth get the support they need as quickly as possible.

View the resources here:

In accordance with the recommendations and orders of public health experts and state and local officials, my office remains ready to meet the needs of Pennsylvanians remotely.  Should you need direct assistance, please contact the office either by phone at (202) 224-6324 or through my website:

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