#EngagingPHL COVID-19 Updates: Essential City services remain open for residents
Posted by City of Philadelphia on March 24, 2020
We are facing a difficult time because of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. While non-essential Philadelphia City operations are halted to help stem the spread, many City services are available for residents.
Resources, tips, and guidance from Mayor Kenney on how we can all stay safe and informed during this outbreak can be found here.
If you have any questions about the City’s response to the COVID-19 virus, please send an email to email@example.com.
Starting March 17, 2020 non-essential City of Philadelphia government operations were halted, and all City government buildings were be closed to the public.
What can you do? Stay home, wash your hands (sing the Eagles fight song while you do it!), stay home, monitor yourself for symptoms, stay home, call or text your loved ones to check in on them, and most importantly, stay home if you can.
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COVID-19 Website and Updates
The Philadelphia Department of Public Health is updating our website, phila.gov/COVID-19, daily. Use it to get the latest news, find out what the City is doing, learn how to prevent infection, and more.
Thank you for doing your part and helping your fellow Philadelphians during this unprecedented time. We all must work together to keep each other healthy and safe. That means washing hands, covering coughs and sneezes, wiping down surfaces, and staying home if you can.
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