The only other reference on Coronavirus comes from the Fire Commissioner.
With the recent events that have transpired and in keeping with the recommendations of the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Center for Disease Controls and Prevention (CDC), the City of Chester Office of Emergency Management (OEM) recommends following the guidelines in the two (2) attached CDC informational bulletins and the Delaware County’s March 11th COVID-19 update.
In addition to these recommendations, The City of Chester Office of Emergency Management also recommends the following to the general public:
-The public should limit visiting government buildings unless absolutely necessary. -The public should limit visiting government buildings beginning Monday – March 16, 2020 through Tuesday – March 31, 2020.
-The public should limit the amount of time spent in public stores and areas.
-Launder clothes and bed linens frequently and shower daily.
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Excellent, Thank You So Much Sir!
WHERE IS KIRKLAND???
WHY ISN’T HE CALLING A PRESS CONFERENCE OR PUTTING AT LEAST 2 WHOLE PAGES IN THE DAILY TIMES OR SENDING OUT FLYERS TO ALL RESIDENTS???
WHY ISN’T THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS TELLING FAMILIES/KIDS WHERE THEY CAN PICK UP THE MEALS THAT THEIR “PARENTS” CAN’T PROVIDE??
WHO VOTED FOR THIS GUY??
Thank You for all of the information you’ve provided for the community and citizens of Chester. It saddens me to no end that the city officials are far less concerned about anything of importance concerning this city. I am not sure of Livia Smith’s qualifications, but I do know she has been a flunking of our ILLUSTRIOUS Mayor for well over 20 years, so such an important position is only befitting for someone so loyal.