The Wolf Administration is warning citizens to stay alert for heavy rain, strong wind, accumulating snow, and rapid temperature drop that will lead to flash freezes, along with dangerous flash flooding across much of the state today and into the early morning tomorrow.
Gov. Wolf Initiates Transfer of $145 Million in Funds to Support Businesses Adversely Affected by COVID-19 PandemicDecember 23, 2020
Governor Tom Wolf today announced that he has initiated a transfer of $145 million in funds from the Workers’ Compensation Security Fund at the Pennsylvania Insurance Department to be appropriated by the state legislature into grants for businesses adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wolf Administration Provides Testing and Contact Tracing Update, Discusses New Digital Case Investigation ToolDecember 22, 2020
Wolf Administration Director of Testing and Contact Tracing, Michael Huff, and Special Assistant on Contact Tracing for the Department of Health, Lindsey Mauldin, today presented an update on the state’s COVID-19 testing and contact tracing efforts, including the introduction of a new digital tool to aid in case investigations and additional testing sites at Rite-Aid locations.
Governor Tom Wolf thanked congressional lawmakers for responding to the needs of the American people and passing a second federal COVID-19 Emergency Relief Package.
New Funding for Student Workforce Training Will Create Meaningful Connections to Manufacturing IndustryDecember 22, 2020
Governor Tom Wolf announced that The Challenge Program, Inc. (TCP) in Cambria County was approved for $143,000 in funding through Pennsylvania’s Manufacturing Training-to-Career program, a program that helps companies identify and train a skilled workforce through targeted programs and services.