Be Prepared. Not Panicked.

As we are monitoring the news and information being shared from our local, state and federal government regarding COVID-19, we’ve compiled this list to inform various constituencies on resources available to you in your place of business, your employment status, and day to day lives. With this information, we cannot emphasize enough to prepare, not panic and allow these facts to help guide you throughout this time, also wash your hands.

We encourage you to constantly check this page for updates.

Coronavirus

If you are feeling ill: WellSpan has created a helpful page that includes an online coronavirus testing tool, a frequently asked questions section, and other resources.

Community Helpline

PA 211- The health and human services helpline is a powerful resource to be shared with individuals who may need additional resources for childcare, food, housing and other needs in this challenging time.

Anyone can dial 211 or text your zip code to #898-211 to talk with a resource specialist for free and in several languages.

If you need assistance in another language, please remain on the line and you will be provided with that option.

Know the Facts – CDC Fact Sheet

Limit the spread of Rumors

  • For most people, the risk of becoming seriously ill from the virus that causes COVID-19 is believed to be low.
  • Someone who has completed quarantine or isolation does not pose a risk of infection to others.
  • The disease can make anyone sick regardless of race or ethnicity.
  • Practice common hygiene practices to limit exposure.
  • Know the signs: fever, cough, shortness of breath.

(Ref: Share Facts About COVID-19)   |   (Ref: Stigma and Resilience)

News & Alerts

Stay up to date with any number of these resources below.

City Of York

City Of York Bureau Of Health

York County PA

PA Governors Office

PA Department of Health

York County Office of Emergency Management

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YoCo Strong Webinar: Restart Funding Checklist & Navigating through Revenue Statements (8.5; 8.10; 8.18)

YoCo Strong Webinar: Restart Funding Checklist & Navigating through Revenue Statements (8.5; 8.10; 8.18)

The YoCo Strong Restart program was created after the York County Commissioners voted to allocate a portion of the $40.5 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to support a small business and nonprofit organization grant...

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YoCo Strong Webinar: Restart Funding Checklist & Information for Non-Profit Organizations (8.11)

YoCo Strong Webinar: Restart Funding Checklist & Information for Non-Profit Organizations (8.11)

Tuesday, August 11 8 a.m. REGISTER HERE The YoCo Strong Restart program was created after the York County Commissioners voted to allocate a portion of the $40.5 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to support a small business...

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YoCo Strong Webinar: Restart Funding Checklist & Navigating through Revenue Statements (8.5; 8.10; 8.18)

YoCo Strong Webinar: Restart Funding Checklist & Navigating through Revenue Statements (8.5; 8.10; 8.18)

The YoCo Strong Restart program was created after the York County Commissioners voted to allocate a portion of the $40.5 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to support a small business and nonprofit organization grant...

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Information on CARES Act Funding

York County county has received $40.5 million in federal CARES Act funds.  The County Commissioners are currently determining the allocation categories to which the funds will be directed, based in large part on the YoCo Strong Recovery Task Force recommendations.

For details on the Task Force’s final report, and future CARES Act fund information and application; learn more.

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