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November 10 2021
10:30 am

Gov. Wolf Encourages Participation at Upcoming Walk-in Vaccine Clinic Offering All Vaccines, Stresses Importance of Getting COVID-19 Vaccination

Berks Community Health Center, 1110 Rockland St., Reading, PA 19604

Governor Wolf will visit the Berks Community Health Clinic, the location of an upcoming walk-in, public vaccination clinic and encourage all Pennsylvanians to get vaccinated. The clinic will be offering all three COVID-19 vaccines, the pediatric vaccine, and boosters for eligible individuals.

November 4 2021
12:30 pm

Gov. Wolf to Discuss Plan to Support Workers, Improve Wages and Benefits for Lehigh Valley

IBEW Local 375, 101 S. 7th St., Allentown, PA 18101

Governor Tom Wolf will join local officials and labor leaders to discuss plans to support workers by making workplaces safer and improving wages and benefits, all helping to strengthen Pennsylvania’s economy.

November 4 2021
10:00 am

Gov. Wolf to Discuss Plan to Support Workers, Improve Wages and Benefits for Erie Region

United Steelworkers, 703 French St., Erie, PA 16501

Governor Tom Wolf will join local officials and labor leaders to discuss plans to support workers by making workplaces safer and improving wages and benefits, all helping to strengthen Pennsylvania’s economy.

November 1 2021
2:00 pm

Gov. Wolf to Discuss Health Equity, Announce Pennie Open Enrollment for 2022

Mayor's Reception Room, City Hall, Philadelphia, PA

Governor Tom Wolf will be joined by Mayor Jim Kenney, Director of Pennsylvania Health Access Network Antoinette Kraus, Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Jessica Altman and Pennie Executive Director Zach Sherman to discuss the commonwealth’s work to promote health equity and to announce the open enrollment period for 2022 health care coverage through Pennie.

October 28 2021
11:30 am

Gov. Wolf, Lawmakers to Announce Actions to Prioritize Environmental Justice

Governor Wolf will join members of the PA Legislative Black Caucus and environmental advocates to announce efforts to address environmental justice in low-income communities and communities of color that are adversely impacted by environmental issues and accompanying health problems.