No new confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the Centre County region. The number of confirmed cases remains at 1. Here’s what we know is going on as of March 23rd.
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Enforcement of closures for non-life-sustaining businesses to close in effect:
Enforcement actions begin today against non-life-sustaining businesses that haven’t followed the order to close physical locations.
— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) March 23, 2020
State Police to Assist in Enforcement of Closure of Non-Life-Sustaining Businesses, Encourages Compliancehttps://t.co/gf1mF5veQR
— PA State Police (@PAStatePolice) March 22, 2020
ALL PA SCHOOLS TO REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL AT LEAST APRIL 6:
Protecting the health and safety of students, families, teachers, and all employees who work in our schools is paramount during this national health crisis – we must continue our efforts to mitigate the spread of #COVID19.
— PA Department of Education (@PADeptofEd) March 23, 2020
Mt. Nittany Health introducing new preventative screening procedures:
— 6 News (@WJACTV) March 23, 2020
Penn State Health temporarily closing:
Penn State Health is temporarily closing or consolidating some outpatient sites, including four in State College, while doctors and staff are deployed to other locations https://t.co/clnwohQgGh
— StateCollege.com (@StateCollegecom) March 22, 2020
CATA BUS to cease routes with a few exceptions effective March 25
***Important Service Announcement – Effective Wed., March 25, CATA will cease service on all routes except the HM, P, NV, RP, W, BL and RL (w/modified schedules). Service will operate M – F, 6a – 8p only (no weekend service). Visit https://t.co/jZ0QuMQ6RX for details.
— CATABUS (@CATABUS) March 23, 2020
PA personal income tax return deadline extended:
The deadline for taxpayers to file their 2019 Pennsylvania personal income tax returns is extended to July 15, 2020. This means taxpayers will have an additional 90 days to file from the original deadline of April 15. pic.twitter.com/WJWtU7auHN
— Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (@parevenue) March 21, 2020
Penn State to host virtual town halls:
.@penn_state is hosting two virtual town hall events tomorrow to discuss the #coronavirus. More information, including a link to submit questions in advance of the event, can be found below. https://t.co/Aqe0VzAoBf
— Penn State Government and Community Relations (@PennStateGov) March 23, 2020
Information for Centre County businesses and patrons:
What Centre County businesses, patrons need to know as Pa.’s COVID-19 shutdown enforcement begins https://t.co/7c2J4CS9jU
— Centre Daily Times (@centredaily) March 22, 2020
PSU Creamy closes. Flavor Madness and online ordering continues:
The @psucreamery's retail is closed until further notice.
— Penn State (@penn_state) March 22, 2020