Philadelphia, PA - The City of Philadelphia, along with the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC), launched the COVID-19 Small Business Relief Fund, with over 9 million dollars in grant and loans designed to assist Philadelphia small businesses, maintain payroll expenses as well as protect jobs affected by COVID-19 virus. On top of the 9 million commitment of City and PIDC funds, another $250,000 is going to be provided by the Daniel B. and Florence E. Green Foundation.
Philadelphia, PA - City officials today announced new restrictions on commercial activity, and a halt to all non-essential City government operations, in order to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, PA - As a result of Philadelphia school's temporary closing from Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27, the Philadelphia School District and City of Philadelphia plan to provide meal service along with drop-in activity space for students over the next two weeks.
Philadelphia, PA - What's Open in Philadelphia During Coronavirus Closures? While a lot of businesses and events around Philadelphia are either closing or postponing public events as the city has now banned all gatherings, 50 people or more. There are still a few places where you can go out and enjoy the day or evening.
Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia Area Casinos Close During Covid-19 Epidemic: to ensure the safety of the public and employees at the region's casino and gaming complexes. The temporary closings are currently in effect and local casinos are asking the public to check their websites for updates.
Philadelphia, PA - The following events have been canceled, changed or postponed due to following local, state and federal recommendations in relationship to COVID-19.
Philadelphia, PA - In keeping with the local guidelines for public gatherings, and to be a responsible member of the community, Wonderspaces Philadelphia has begun reducing the number of visitors visiting the artwork.