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Public Establishment Policies during COVID-19

Updated August 15, 2020

Libraries and Senior Centers

Stores

Walmart

By August 17, more than 4,000 of our 4,700 Walmart stores will expand their closing time from 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., providing customers with greater options to shop for the food, medicine and supplies they need.

Additionally, our stores will host a senior shopping hour every Tuesday for customers age 60 and older who may be more vulnerable. This will start one hour before the store opens. Our pharmacies and vision centers will also be open during this time.

Looking for the most up-to-date store hours? Check the store finder on our site or app for your local store’s hours, including pharmacy and vision centers.

Pharmacy associates are working to make sure everyone has the medicine they need. Most Walmart pharmacies are open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays. We also have a dedicated shopping hour on Tuesday mornings from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. for seniors ages 60 and older.

For seniors and those at high-risk for COVID-19, we have a variety of ways to serve you, including drive-thru, no-contact curbside pickup and mail delivery. Call your pharmacy to see which options are available.

Dollar General

Dollar Tree

Effective March 25 until further notice, in an effort to help protect the most vulnerable population during this pandemic, the Company is dedicating the stores’ first operational hours each day to at-risk customers, including senior citizens, individuals with pre-existing health conditions, and pregnant women. We urge all other customers to begin their shopping trips at least one hour after the stores open.

To best help protect one another, and in accordance with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we are requiring all Associates, customers and vendors to wear face coverings when inside our stores.

Family Dollar

Effective March 25 until further notice, in an effort to help protect the most vulnerable population during this pandemic, the Company is dedicating the stores’ first operational hours each day to at-risk customers, including senior citizens, individuals with pre-existing health conditions, and pregnant women. We urge all other customers to begin their shopping trips at least one hour after the stores open.

To best help protect one another, and in accordance with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we are requiring all associates, customers and vendors to wear face coverings when inside our stores.

Target

While nearly 90% of our stores already require guests to wear masks or face coverings due to local and state regulations, we’ll be expanding that requirement to include guests at all stores nationwide as of Aug. 1. For those without a mask, team members will provide disposable masks free-of-charge. Young children and those with underlying medical conditions will not be required to wear a mask.

Guests who prefer to not shop in stores can still get their Target Run done with our fast and easy same-day services. Our Drive Up assortment includes over 250,000 items, as well as an expanded fresh and frozen grocery assortment at select stores, making it easy to get what you need fast without leaving your vehicle. Prefer to shop from home? Shop Target.com for fast and free shipping, or try our industry-leading same-day delivery via Shipt, and we’ll bring what you need right to your doorstep in as soon as one hour

We introduced and have since expanded dedicated shopping time for our most vulnerable guests, making the first hour our stores are open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays available for those over 65 years old, pregnant women and those defined by the CDC as vulnerable or at-risk. To confirm local store opening times, visit Target.com/store-locator.

Rite-Aid

Rite Aid understands that the elderly population and those with underlying medical conditions are particularly susceptible to COVID-19. We have set aside special daily shopping hours between 9 am and 10 am to serve senior citizens and those with a weakened immune system.

CVS Pharmacy

Tractor Supply

Giant Eagle

Saint Vincent DePaul

St. Vincent de Paul thrift and furniture store, 70 N. Mount Vernon Ave., Uniontown is open on Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be extended hours until 6 p.m. Wednesdays for the thrift store only. Patrons must wear a mask and observe social distancing guidelines. The emergency food pantry is open Wednesday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Assistance, by phone appointment, has also started. For information on the food pantry, call 724-439-9188, ext. 208. Volunteers are also needed to assist in operations. Call 724-439-9188, ext. 205 for details.

Salvation Army Family Store

The Salvation Army  Family store on 54 N. Mount Vernon Avenue is open from 11AM-6PM. PLEASE BE ADVISED the hour of 11AM to 12PM is for high risk people ONLY. The store will only be doing a capacity of 80 people at a time. Face masks will be required to enter the store. Donations will be accepted if it is sell able merchandise.
Everyone stay safe and happy thrifting!

Goodwill Retail Stores

Beginning May 18, Goodwill stores in southwestern Pennsylvania reopened in phases to meet the needs of customers in the region. Goodwill stores are reopening in accordance with Governor Wolf’s announcement that most counties in the organization’s service territory will move from the red phase to the yellow phase of reopening on May 15. Stores will initially reopen with limited hours, 10 am to 7pm.

As Goodwill’s stores reopen, the safety and well-being of customers, donors and team members will be highest priority, and the following procedures will be implemented:


The public is encouraged to visit www.goodwillswpa.org for a daily updated status of Goodwill store openings in southwestern Pennsylvania.

Additionally, medical professionals will receive a 25% discount every day in appreciation of their efforts in serving our communities during the COVID-19 crisis.

Martin’s

Martins stores will be open 6 a.m.-10 p.m. with the 6-7 a.m. hour reserved for customers ages 60 years and older to shop. All will be open seven days a week.

Masontown Helping Hands Ministry

 Masontown Helping Hands Ministry is opening its Thrift Store at 14 South Main St., Masontown on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All patrons must wear a mask and social distance according to state mandates. Volunteers are also needed to assist in daily operations. Call 724-583-1101 for more information.

Government

County Government

Social Security

Due to COVID-19, you must have a scheduled appointment to enter an office. Only you may enter the facility unless you have made additional arrangements when you scheduled your appointment.

Effective July 20, 2020, everyone must complete a self-assessment checklist before allowed entry. You will not be permitted to enter if you answer yes to any of these questions:

  1. Do you have any of the following symptoms?
  2. In the last 14 days, have you:

If you answer YES to any of these questions, or if you feel ill, you will not be allowed to enter. Call the office to reschedule your appointment. If you do not have the phone number, use our Office Locator to find the phone number.

If you can answer NO to both questions, you must wear a face covering over your mouth and nose to enter the facility. If you do not have a mask, we will provide you with one. If you are unable to wear a face covering, call the office and ask to speak with the manager.

For your safety, Social Security employees are required to follow the same self-assessment checklist and are required to wear a face covering.

Department of Transportation (DMV)

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has extended the expiration dates for driver’s licenses, identification cards, and learner’s permits in response to statewide COVID-19 mitigation efforts.

Expiration dates for driver’s licenses, photo ID cards and learner’s permits scheduled to expire from March 16 through August 31, 2020 have been extended until July 31. These extensions are in addition to those announced May 27.

A camera card is considered a driver’s license, so it is covered by the same terms and conditions extending other driver’s license products. Camera cards with expiration dates within this timeframe are also extended through July 31.

The following products were previously extended until August 31 and will not be extended:

As PennDOT reopens Driver License and Photo License Centers, services will be in high demand, and customers should expect longer than normal waits. PennDOT staff will work with each customer when they arrive to plan their visit, with additional staff serving as greeters to screen documents and provide information for a smooth and safe transaction as possible. PennDOT apologizes for this inconvenience and appreciates customers' understanding during this transition.
Customers may complete various transactions and access multiple resources via our website: www.dmv.pa.gov.

Driver and vehicle online services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and include driver's license, photo ID and vehicle registration renewals; driver-history services; changes of address; driver license and vehicle registration restoration letters; ability to pay driver license or vehicle insurance restoration fee; driver license and photo ID duplicates; and driver exam scheduling. There are no additional fees for using online services.

Driver’s license photos are notoriously unflattering to many people, but if you don’t like yours, you might have to learn to live with it. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced that it will use existing photos on file for customers who renew their driver’s licenses and identification cards.

“Using a customer’s existing photo will help limit the number of people in our driver and photo license centers, and by extension, help reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19,” acting PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian said. “This new process is not only a convenience, but it will help to keep our customers and staff safe.”

All customers who renew their driver’s license or photo ID card online or through the mail will receive a new product using the most recent photo of that individual that exists in PennDOT’s system. No camera cards will be issued to these customers, and they will receive their new license or identification by mail within 15 days, PennDOT said.

Non-commercial driver’s license and photo ID card holders may renew online, providing there are no corrections or changes other than a change of address, by visiting www.dmv.pa.gov. Both non-commercial and commercial drivers may renew through the U.S. mail.

Those who renewed their licenses or identifications on or before May 10 still will receive a camera card in the mail and will need to visit a PennDOT Photo License Center to obtain an updated photo. Non-U.S. citizens must also visit a driver’s license center in person to complete a transaction.

PennDOT Press Officer Diego Sandino pointed out that expiration dates on driver’s licenses and identification cards scheduled to expire between March 16 and May 31 have been extended until June 30.
“Camera cards also have been extended,” he said. “You would just have to wait until your nearest licensing center opens up to go get that taken care of.”

Though many license- and registration related tasks can be handled online at www.dmv.pa.gov, one thing customers currently cannot get is a REAL ID. Issuance of REAL ID is currently suspended, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has extended the REAL ID enforcement deadline until October 1, 2021.

Once REAL ID issuance has resumed, customers with a non-REAL ID license can upgrade to a REAL ID. Their new license will include any time remaining on their current one, plus an additional four years; PennDOT said customers won’t lose time for which they’ve already paid. After the initial REAL ID license expires, there is no additional fee –– beyond regular renewal fees.


Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (State Parks and Forests)

DCNR Plan for Reopening Some State Park, Forest Facilities

Status of Park and Forest Facilities:

 Ohiopyle State Park

 Forbes State Forest

A number of state parks and forest recreation areas are seeing significant crowding during the weekends and when the weather is warm.

The extraordinary number of people is causing these places to turn away visitors. Overflow parking also may be closed to help ensure proper social distancing.

Visitors planning to go to these areas are encouraged to find other less crowded locations for recreation.

State parks that are reaching capacity, and experiencing unsafe overcrowding and/or turning away visitors include:

Federal Recreation

National Park Service Sites

The National Park Service (NPS) Units of Western Pennsylvania - Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health authorities, Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site, Flight 93 National Memorial, Fort Necessity National Battlefield, Friendship Hill National Historic Site and Johnstown Flood National Memorial are increasing recreational access.
The NPS is working service-wide with federal, state, and local authorities to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and using a phased approach to increase access on a park-by-park basis. 
Effective June 19, 2020, the following park units have modified access to:

Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site

Open: The Summit Level Visitor Center will be open daily from 9 AM- 5 PM. Park grounds are open daily from sunrise to sunset.

Closed: The Summit Level Visitor Center theater, Lemon House and Engine House 6

Flight 93 National Memorial 

Visitor Center is open daily 9 AM - 5 PM. Public may move one-way through the building and some interactive features may be unavailable. Temporary closures may occur during peak visitation to minimize crowding and promote social distancing.

Fort Necessity National Battlefield

Open: Fort Grounds and Battlefield, Trails, Picnic Area, Parking areas, Visitor Center (9 am - 5 pm), Jumonville Glen Unit, Braddock Grave Unit.

Closed: Mount Washington Tavern, Playground Area at Fort Necessity Visitor Center, Theater in Fort Necessity Visitor Center.

Friendship Hill National Historic Site 

Open: Trails and Grounds, Entrance Road, Parking Lots, Gallatin House Visitor Center (9am to 5pm), Restrooms in Gallatin House and at main parking lot.

Closed: Theater in Gallatin House.

Johnstown Flood National Memorial 

We are working to increase access to the park in a phased approach. Johnstown Flood National Memorial Lake View Visitor Center is open starting June 19, 2020. The Lake View Visitor Center theater is temporarily closed.

US Army Corps of Engineers

Youghiogheny River Lake
Phone: (814) 395-3242
Website: https://www.lrp.usace.army.mil/Missions/Recreation/Lakes/YoughioghenyRiverLake.aspx

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