All Non-Life-Sustaining Businesses To Close
By order of Governor Wolf, effective yesterday, 3/19/2020 at 8p.m., any business that is not classified as life-sustaining is to cease operations. Enforcement actions will be taken against any non-life-sustaining business that are found to be operating after 12: 01 a.m. Saturday 3/21/2020. Please see the attached document for a list of business classifications.
In an effort to maintain a safe environment for customers and employees during the COVID-19
pandemic, SEPT A will reduce service levels for all Transit service, including buses, the Market-Frankford Line, Broad Street Line, Trolleys and Norristown High Speed Line, starting Sunday, March 22.
It is strongly recommended that you limit all outside interactions and shelter-in-place as much as
possible. Limit outings to only food markets, doctor appointments and any other necessary outings.
We cannot stress enough the importance of social distancing. We must all adopt the practice of social distancing and practice it every day. Please keep a 6-foot distance when interacting with others.
Anyone with symptoms of coronavirus wishing to be tested should contact their primary care physician. If you do not have a primary care physician, contact the Crozer Hotline at 610-447-6730.