FEMA has put together an exhaustive list of COVID-19 response funding opportunities for individuals, organizations, businesses, and more that is updated weekly. Click here to browse this MS Word document's latest edition.
If you are looking to schedule a Covid-19 vaccination, click here or scan the QR code provided.
You will be able to view all locations providing the vaccine of your choosing (Moderna, Pfizer, and/or Johnson & Johnson) within a 50 mile radius of your zip code. Select a location and schedule online.
We have put together a large list of resources for individuals affected by COVID-19 in Fayette County. Click here for our list of resources for individuals.
For basic information on the COVID-19 coronavirus, including what to do if you are sick, fact sheets, strategies for preventing the spread, and more, visit the PA Department of Health COVID-19 Fact Sheets page.
Note: While we make every effort to create and maintain an exhaustive list, it is by no means complete, as the situation is ongoing and ever-changing.
For the most up-to-date local news in Fayette County, visit the Herald-Standard COVID-19 news page.
If you cannot find a resource you need, dial 211. If you have a medical emergency, dial 911.
We recognize that this is a very stressful time for owners and operators of businesses of all sizes in Fayette County. Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to provide relief to individuals and businesses affected by this crisis and the public safety measure of closing all non-life sustaining businesses.
Sheltering Toolkit for wraparound services with information on funding, reimbursement, and best practices.
Our businesses page contains information, resources, and other important COVID-19 information for those who own and operate businesses. Click here to explore the businesses page.
For the latest guidance, information, news, and more tailored to our healthcare providers and first responders, please visit the PA Department of Health COVID-19 EMS and First Responders page.
Be aware that this link will send you to a non-county maintained page with information provided by the PA Department of Health.
Those schools who have submitted plans for reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic to the Department of Education are listed here.
As this is an ongoing and frequently changing situation, plans may change frequently based on the individual district. Please contact your local school district for the most up-to-date information.
Protect yourself and your community from getting and spreading respiratory illnesses like coronavirus disease 2019. Everyone has a role to play in getting ready and staying healthy.
We encourage residents to take “everyday preventive actions” to prevent the spread of illness and to keep our communities healthy.
Social distancing is a set of actions you can take to avoid close contact with others to prevent the spread of illnesses like COVID‐19.
If you are at higher risk for serious illness from COVID-19 because of your age or because you have a serious long-term health problem, please take extra actions to reduce your risk of getting sick. Learn more.
Stay home. If you develop a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as cough or shortness of breath, stay home. Distance yourself from others in the household and if possible, stay in your own bedroom and use your own bathroom. If your symptoms worsen, call your healthcare provider.
Do not walk into a healthcare facility, urgent care clinic, or hospital before calling. Discuss your symptoms with your doctor. If your doctor believes that you need to be tested for COVID-19, your doctor can refer you to a testing site.
The CDC’s "All Community Approach" mitigation strategy is focused on slowing the transmission of COVID-19 and reducing illness and death while minimizing social and economic impacts.
See the Actions for Protecting Communities from COVID-19 guide (PDF) for more information.
Reported illnesses have ranged from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed COVID-19 cases.
These symptoms may appear 2 to 14 days after exposure.
Shortness of Breath