This change was announced by Health Commissioner Farley on February 23. Philadelphia FIGHT thanks Mark Segal Publisher, and Tim Cwieck, a reporter for the PGN coverage that led to this change. The policy was changed the day this story appeared.
COVID Vaccines are here and are beginning to roll out! At this time only essential healthcare workers have access to vaccines in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia FIGHT is providing COVID-19 community based testing. All testing events are free! You do not have to exhibit symptoms to receive a test. Click the button below to find out where FIGHT will be testing next!
FIGHT COVID-19 Community Testing Phone Number: 267-436-3126.
Philadelphia has instituted a rental relief program for people who have lost income because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
#MindPHL together is a joint initiative by the City of Philadelphia and Blue Cross. There is a number to call if you are experiencing a mental health crisis.
Have you lost income because of COVID-19? Are you having trouble paying your rent? The City of Philadelphia might be able to help with the COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
Health Fact Friday: 6 tips for safe grocery shopping during the coronavirus crisis.
A National Institutes of Health panel has released new guidelines on treating patients with COVID-19.
Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) FAQs from the State of Pennsylvania, includes information on the CARE Act related to COVID-19 epidemic.
List of Philadelphia Churches that are streaming Easter services on Sunday, April 12, 2020.
Mayor Kenney has issued a new business activity and stay at home order requiring us to stay home except for absolutely necessary activity. Here is the link to the order: New Business Activity and Stay at Home Order: What you need to know. Social Distancing The graphic illustration below shows the importance of social distancing….
This interim guidance reviews special considerations for persons with HIV and their health care providers in the United States regarding COVID-19.