Pennsylvania now has 268 confirmed cases of COVID-19. That’s a jump of 83 cases from yesterday.
Just Born, which manufactures PEEPS and Mike & Ikes in Bethlehem said it will continue operations, while adjusting to extra precautions because of the coronavirus.
Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry is seeking modification and clarification of Gov. Tom Wolf’s order closing all “non-life sustaining businesses" in the state.
Community banks have been working around the clock for weeks to implement pandemic protocols, which address not only hygiene and cleanliness, testing procedures and sick leave compensation, but also ensure customers maintain access to vital banking services.
To slow the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Tom Wolf ordered all non-life-sustaining businesses in Pennsylvania to close their physical locations late yesterday, and offered a comprehensive list of those types of businesses affected.
Wind Creek Bethlehem said it has been notified that one of its workers has tested positive for COVID-19.
Gov. Tom Wolf today ordered all non-life-sustaining businesses in Pennsylvania to close their physical locations as of 8 p.m. today, March 19, to slow the spread of COVID-19. Enforcement actions against businesses that do not close physical locations will begin at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, March 21.
Lehigh Valley Health Network has added two more coronavirus testing site locations, making for a total of 10 COVID-19 testing sites throughout the Lehigh Valley.
Supplies, which were shipped out within hours of the request, include 3,700 isolation gowns, 2,700 mask and 1,500 nitrile gloves.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has asked the U.S. Small Business Administration to implement an SBA disaster declaration so businesses and nonprofits in the state can access SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans in all 67 counties.
“Now is the time for you to act in your role as business leaders,” she said during a webinar on how businesses should respond to the coronavavirus organized by the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry.
As a relationship-driven, people-facing industry, real estate is facing the turbulent effects of COVID-19.