COVID-19 General Resources:

Bucks County Department of Health
Pennsylvania State Department of Health
Centers for Disease Control
World Health Organization

Latest News:

October 6 2020 – The Governor and Secretary of Health has announced on Tuesday, October 6,  an amendment to the existing COVID-19 orders to allow for adjusted capacity to gathering limits. These changes will go into effect on Friday, October 9th, and will take into account a venue’s occupancy limit when determining overall allowable capacity for both indoor and outdoor events and gatherings.

Pennsylvanians must continue to social distance and wear masks. Regardless of the size of an event or gathering, those things are still imperative to stopping the spread of COVID-19.

An event or gathering is defined as a temporary grouping of individuals for defined purposes that takes place over a limited timeframe, such as hours or days, including fairs, festivals, concerts, or shows and groupings that occur within larger, more permanent businesses, such as shows or performances within amusement parks, individual showings of movies, business meetings or conferences, or each party or reception within a multi-room venue. Groups of people who share space within a building in the ordinary course of operations, such as in an office building, classroom, production floor, or similar regularly occurring operation of a business or organization, are not events or gatherings. Venues must require attendees to comply with 6-foot social distancing requirements, to wear masks or face coverings, and to implement best practices such as timed entry, multiple entries and exit points, multiple restrooms, and hygiene stations. The adjusted capacity limits are listed in the table below.

Maximum Occupancy Calculator for indoor events:

Maximum Occupancy Allowable Indoor Rate
0-2,000 people 20% of Maximum Occupancy
2,001 – 10,000 people 15% of Maximum Occupancy
Over 10,000 people 10% of Maximum Occupancy up to 3,750 people

Maximum Occupancy Calculator for outdoor events:

Maximum Occupancy Allowable Outdoor Rate
0-2,000 people 25% of Maximum Occupancy
2,001 – 10,000 people 20% of Maximum Occupancy
Over 10,000 people 15% of Maximum Occupancy up to 7,500 people

September 22 2020 – Governor Tom Wolf is inviting all Pennsylvanians to download and then share the free COVID Alert PA app with friends, family, and coworkers in the commonwealth. Since the app launched on Tuesday, September 22nd, there have been more than 70,000 downloads. The COVID Alert PA app notifies users if they may have been exposed to COVID-19 without revealing their identity or location.  The app can be found in the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store by searching for “covid alert pa.”

September 21 2020 – As part of the Wolf Administration’s ongoing efforts to ensure public health and safety and support economic recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Tom Wolf and Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine today signed new orders following the recent announcement that restaurants may increase indoor occupancy to 50 percent starting Monday, September 21. The orders apply to all restaurants, ​private social clubs and ​food service businesses that serve dine-in, sit down food in a regular, non-event capacity. The order requires that serving alcohol for on-site consumption must end at 11:00 PM starting on Monday, September 21 and all alcoholic beverages must be removed from patrons by midnight. This applies to both restaurants that do not self-certify to increase to 50 percent and those that choose to stay at 25 percent. There is no change to the requirements for the temporary sale of cocktails-to-go and take out alcohol sales from bars, restaurants or hotels with a liquor license.

Township Press Releases:

Effective June 26th, Warwick Township indoor facilities are open to the public with or without an appointment.  Mask wearing and social distancing are required upon entry.

All playgrounds, fields, sports courts and restrooms are open to the public with COVID-19 restrictions in place.  The township recommends all CDC and PA Department of Health guidelines be followed when using township facilities.

Assistance Resources:

Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation
Bucks County Food Pantry Locations
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Avoiding Eviction – Resource for Bucks County Residents

Reminders for Residents:

Non-Flushable Materials Damage Drains & Sewers

As sewage treatment facilities have been dealing with an increase in non-flushable materials clogging filters and equipment, residents are encouraged to only flush toilet paper and human waste. Disinfecting wipes and many other items – including those labeled as “flushable” or “biodegradable” – should be disposed of in the trash.

Support for Older Adults & People with Disabilities

The U.S. Administration on Aging Eldercare Locator connects older adults and their families with local assistance and services. To learn more, contact the Eldercare Locator at 1.800.677.1116 or visit the Eldercare Locator website.

People with disabilities can find assistance through their local Center for Independent Living. Additionally, the Eldercare Locator can help people with disabilities connect with their local Aging and Disability Resource Center.

Help for Victims & Survivors of Domestic Violence

The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides lifesaving tools and immediate support to empower victims and survivors to find safety and live free of abuse. The Hotline also provides support to friends and family members who are concerned about a loved one. The Hotline can be reached by calling 1.800.799.SAFE (7233), and live chat is available on their website if calling is not an option. Both can be reached 24/7/365. El chat en español está disponible de 12 p.m. a 6 p.m. Hora Central.

Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing may use TTY 1.800.787.3224.  Additionally, advocates who are Deaf are available 24/7 through the National Deaf Hotline by video phone at 1.855.812.1001, Instant Messenger (DeafHotline) or email.