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Governor Tom Wolf, Department of Community and Economic Development Deputy Secretary Carol Kilko and Giant president Nicholas Bertram will discuss the challenges that front line workers in the commonwealth have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic. Front line workers perform vital roles every day, and face risk themselves to keep their fellow Pennsylvanians safe. The governor will announce a new program to provide support for front line workers.
Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine will provide an update on COVID-19 in the commonwealth. They will be joined via Skype by Dr. David Rubin, a general pediatrician and director of PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, whose team developed a unique COVID-19 tracking and projection model, which sheds light on the risk of a COVID-19 resurgence in Pennsylvania. They will discuss the recent surge in cases and outline how the commonwealth can mitigate them.
Governor Tom Wolf will sign two law enforcement reform bills – HB 1841, which requires pre-employment background checks for law enforcement officers, and HB 1910, which requires mental health evaluations for law enforcement officers. These bills are an important first step in achieving the vital reforms that Gov. Wolf and Pennsylvanians across the commonwealth have called for in recent weeks. The governor will be joined by state officials and legislators to discuss the bills and next steps for reform in the commonwealth.
Governor Tom Wolf, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin will visit Broad Street Market in Harrisburg. They will be joined by officials from Broad Street Market to discuss how food retailers have been impacted by COVID-19, and will announce a plan to support food retailers and ensure continued food security in the commonwealth.
Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Human Services Teresa Miller will visit PSECU headquarters child care center to discuss the challenges COVID-19 has posed to child care providers in Pennsylvania. They will announce a plan to provide needed support to child care providers and facilities.