I have spoken with many constituents and business owners who are concerned and have questions about the COVID-19 Coronavirus.  The situation is fluid and changing on an hour-by-hour basis.  I am in constant contact with the Governor’s office, state Health officials, local elected officials, medical providers, and business owners who have questions and are looking for answers.

 These Internet links provide fact-based, updated information as we negotiate these extraordinary times together.  If you have specific questions about the Coronavirus, I want you to know I am available.  While the Jennersville office is temporarily closed, you can reach us at the regular office phone number, as we have forwarded the phones.  Please do not hesitate to call directly at (610) 869-1602.  


Chester County Health Department

Our own Chester County Health Department is leading the local response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus in both Chester and Delaware Counties.

Pennsylvania Department of Health

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is coordinating the State’s response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus under Secretary Levin. 

PA Department of Community and Economic Development

Governor Wolf has ordered all businesses across Pennsylvania to close, except those deemed “life sustaining.”  Life sustaining businesses include food production, grocery stores, drug stores, and a number of other businesses.  The Governor has updated the list several times, and an exception process is in place.  Updated details about different categories of businesses, along with the process for granting an exception, are available at this website. 

Jennersville Hospital

I have been in regular contact with staff at Jennersville Hospital in recent days regarding the Coronavirus situation to ensure continuity of care in these unprecedented times.

Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce

Under the leadership of Cheryl Kuhn, the Chamber has robust information and resources for business owners dealing with the challenges presented by the Coronavirus.  Cheryl and I are in daily contact to ensure the latest information is available to our local small business owners.  Their COVID-19 webpage is a very good resource for local small business owners.

Deadline to file Income Taxes extended from April 15 to July 15

Both the Federal Internal Revenue Service and the State Department of Revenue have extended this year’s deadline to file your taxes from April 15 to July 15.  Additional information is available at their websites.  If you need tax forms, please contact my office and let us know which forms you need.  We will mail them to you. 

Additional state and federal updates regarding the Coronavirus can be found at RepLawrence.com/coronavirus