Gov. Wolf Marks One Year of First COVID-19 Cases in PA, Assures Pennsylvanians of a Brighter Future

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Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf speaks at the press conference. As part of the priority to safely and quickly get more students back in the classroom, Governor Tom Wolf and the COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force today announced that Pennsylvania will use the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) single-dose COVID-19 vaccine for PreK-12 teachers and other school staff. Harrisburg, PA – March 3, 2021

HARRISBURG DAULPHIN COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) – One year ago today, Pennsylvania had its first presumed positive COVID-19 cases.

Gov. Tom Wolf today honored the loss of more than 24,000 Pennsylvanians to the pandemic in the past year and thanked the public for enduring the hardships, caring for one another, and taking the necessary steps to mitigate the spread of the virus.

The governor also ensured Pennsylvanians that we are headed toward a brighter future as vaccine production and distribution increases.

As we grieve and reflect on the past year, the governor also encouraged everyone to have hope in the weeks and months ahead.

COVID-19 has been tough. But Pennsylvanians have proven that together, we are tougher. United, we can defeat the virus.

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