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PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) – City of Philadelphia has launched ‘Food search feature on its website.

This site provides a user-friendly application where residents can easily search for food and food sites.

This site combines COVID-19 food access responses and resources for households, students and seniors.

Users can search in five different languages ​​for a site based on type and location.

Interactive maps are also available.


That The Philadelphia Department of Public Health announced 327 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 coronvirus novels in Philadelphia on Sunday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 15,854.

Twenty-two additional COVID-19 deaths were also confirmed; bringing the number of people who died from the virus in Philadelphia to 727.

Of 727 total deaths, 384 (53%) were residents of long-term care facilities.


The Philadelphia Department of Public Health and the Mayor’s Office of Labor released a new infographic intended to show the rights of employees working during the COVID-19 pandemic under Philadelphia and Pennsylvania law.

Employees must have the ability to distance themselves and wash their hands, be given a mask, be notified if someone in their office is ill, and be told that they may be eligible for sick leave, among other rights.

Infographics can be found and downloaded from the COVID-19 City website.

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