Gov. Wolf joined local lawmakers, community leaders, and medical professionals in Philadelphia to highlight a new grant program that will support the efforts of community organizations conducting outreach on COVID-19 vaccines.
Pennsylvania Commission for Women, Planned Parenthood Association of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Department of Health, Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County and Domestic Violence Services of Lancaster County will host a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Sunday, October 17, 2021.
Gov. Wolf Signs Bills That Improve the Professional Licensure Process, Role of Physician Assistants in Patient CareOctober 07, 2021
Gov. Wolf signed into law five bills, including legislation that would provide flexibility for individuals seeking their barber or cosmetology license and legislation that would give physician assistants a greater role in patient care.
Governor Tom Wolf issued this statement following today’s Pennsylvania March for Life rally in Harrisburg.
Gov. Wolf Thanks Health Care Centers for Making COVID-19 Vaccines Accessible, Stresses Vaccines are Effective, Free, AvailableAugust 12, 2021
Gov. Wolf visited Union Community Care’s Downtown Lancaster Health Center to thank health care centers for their efforts to provide access to vaccines and to encourage all Pennsylvanians to help stop the spread of COVID-19 by getting vaccinated.