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COVID-19 General Resources:

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

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Latest News:

May 13, 2021 – PA Department of Health Mask Order Reflects Latest CDC Guidance for Fully Vaccinated Individuals.

Department of Health Acting Secretary Alison Beam announced that the commonwealth’s mask order reflects the announcement made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on May 13, 2021.

On March 16, 2021, the SOH amended the commonwealth’s mask order by adding language directing to the CDC’s guidance for fully vaccinated people allow for no face coverings. That means that today’s CDC guidelines automatically go into effect in Pennsylvania. Masking requirement will still be in place as otherwise provided under the CDC guidance and for unvaccinated individuals until 70 percent of Pennsylvanians age 18 and older are fully vaccinated.

“Today’s guidance from the CDC affects only people who are fully vaccinated” Acting Secretary Beam said. “This is another incentive to get the vaccine that is now easily and conveniently available. Once 70 percent of Pennsylvanians over 18 are fully vaccinated, we can completely lift the masking order.”

Read more about the PADOH and CDC guidance here.

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May 4, 2021 – Governor Wolf to Lift Mitigation Orders, Except Masking Order, on Monday, May 31 at 12:01 AM.

Governor Wolf announced that mitigation orders, except masking, will be lifted on Memorial Day, May 31 at 12:01 AM.

The current masking order will be lifted when 70% of Pennsylvanians age 18 and older are fully vaccinated.

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April 27 2021 – The CDC and PA Department of Health Issued Updated Mask Guidance.

The CDC provided updated information about activities that fully vaccinated people can do, including:

  • Visiting with other fully vaccinated people indoors without wearing masks or physical distancing.
  • Visiting with unvaccinated people (including children) from a single household who are at low risk for severe COVID-19 disease indoors without wearing masks or physical distancing.
  • Participating in outdoor activities and recreation without a mask, except in certain crowded settings and venues.
  • Resuming domestic travel and refraining from testing before or after travel, or self-quarantine after travel.
  • Refraining from testing before leaving the United States for international travel (unless required by the destination) and refraining from self-quarantine after arriving back in the United States.
  • Refraining from testing following a known exposure, if asymptomatic, with some exceptions for specific settings.
  • Refraining from quarantine following a known exposure if asymptomatic.
  • Refraining from routine COVID-19 testing if asymptomatic and if feasible.

The CDC also advises fully vaccinated individuals to continue to:

  • Take precautions in indoor public settings like wearing a well-fitted mask
  • Wear well-fitted masks when visiting indoors with unvaccinated people who are at increased risk for severe COVID-19 disease or who have an unvaccinated household member who is at increased risk for severe COVID-19 disease
  • Wear well-fitted masks when visiting indoors with unvaccinated people from multiple households
  • Avoid indoor large-sized in-person gatherings
  • Get tested if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms
  • Follow guidance issued by individual employers
  • Follow CDC and health department travel requirements and recommendations

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March 1 2021 – Gov. Tom Wolf revised mitigation orders on gatherings and lifts out-of-state travel restrictions.

The revised mitigation restrictions include:

  • Revised maximum occupancy limits for indoor events to allow for 15% of maximum occupancy, regardless of venue size.
  • Revised maximum occupancy limits for outdoor events to allow for 20% of maximum occupancy, regardless of venue size.
  • Eliminate out-of-state travel restrictions.

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January 4 2021 – Gov. Tom Wolf lifted the temporary mitigation orders for Pennsylvania.

September 22 2020 – Gov. 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.”

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Township Press Releases:

Effective May 2021, Township Boards and Committees may evaluate the possibility of resuming in-person meetings. Individual meeting agendas will indicate how each meeting will be held.

Effective December 1st, 2020, all public meetings will be held virtually until further notice.  Instructions on how to participate are on the individual meeting agendas.

Effective June 26th, 2020, 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.

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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

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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.

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