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Coronavirus COVID-19

Resources for Managing Coronvirus Risks

Here are some links that might prove helpful as you decide how your agency should deal with effects of COVID-19:

PA COVID-19 Vaccine Information provides updated information on the plan phases, locations and explanations.

PA Department of Health Resources. offers an overview of frequently asked questions related to public health and COVID-19.

PA Department of Health General Questions/Answers on COVID-19 provides numbers and resources.

Community Action Partnership Guidance & Resources For Managing Coronavirus Risks offers a statement and a comprehensive list of resources in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how Community Action is responding and supporting our communities nationwide.

Office of Community Services March 12, 2020 Dear Colleague Letter
detailing the Community Action network's continued engagement and partnership with us to address and mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

CAPLAW guidance:
Managing Coronavirus Risks: What Should the Community Action Network Think About?
Coronavirus Updates for the Community Action Network

The Community Action Partnership issued a March 11, 2020 newsletter with a National Partners Joint Statement on Coronavirus and much information from all our national partners. If you need a copy with hyperlinks, please email Dan. The Partnership also offers a Guidance & Resources for Managing Coronavirus Risks webpage.

Workmen's Compensation Update re: Coronavirus Pandemic - information may be found by clicking on the name.
Not in that link - Information on Claims:

New York Times article: Who Qualifies for Paid Leave Under the New Coronavirus Law.  But please, if unsure, contact CAPLAW or your own attorney.

USDA Food and Nutrition Services coronavirus site houses information pertaining to their coronavirus response and various stakeholder resources, including a list of national waivers to nutrition programs.
USDA also has an email address where stakeholders can voice ideas, questions, and concerns as they relate to nutrition programs.
Further, a list of contacts for FNS's Mid-Atlantic Regional Office is provided. 

If you have more questions related to Community Action and managing coronavirus risks, please write Susan and Dan and we will do our best to find an answer or resource.