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Pennsylvania coronavirus updates March 23

Pittsburgh schools will remain closed through at least April 14, the district announced Monday afternoon.

The decision was made after Gov. Wolf extended the statewide order to close schools through April 6. This date would have been the start of Pittsburgh’s spring break.

“We have been actively working to develop a continuity of education Pennsylvania News plan for all of our students as we prepare for the potential longtime closure of schools,” said Superintendent Anthony Hamlet, Ed.D. “Tomorrow, we will launch a survey to understand the technology needs of our students and staff to ensure we are adequately prepared to continue learning and operations during the closure.”

Grab and Go meals will continue at 30 locations from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Friday next week. On Friday, April 3, students will receive a package of meals to carry them through Spring Break. Grab and Go locations will close with all schools for Spring Break April 6 – April 13.

UPDATE 7:21 p.m.: Sheetz has announced that it is suspending Press Release Distribution Services In Pennsylvania self-serve coffee and beverage sales. Also, bakery items that are normally self-serve will not be available.

“Sheetz is doing everything we can to prioritize the health and well-being of our team members, customers and the communities we serve as the situation around COVID-19 continues to evolve, ” said Travis Sheetz, President & COO of Sheetz, Inc. “These changes are in the best interest of our customers and employees as we remain a vital resource for our communities.”

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