COVID19 Updates

City of Philadelphia Updates, Information, and Opportunites – Updated 6/5/20

The City of Philadelphia Moves to Yellow Phase
What the yellow phase means for Philadelphia

Philadelphians have successfully flattened the curve, and the city will enter a modified version of the state’s yellow phase on June 5. However, COVID-19 is still spreading in the city, and any contact poses a risk.

Our Safer at Home reopening plan provides details about how we’ll gradually reopen and the shared responsibilities we all have to keep up our progress. 

View our Safer-at-Home reopening planoperations guidance for various sectors and activities, and the executive order.

The name of the plan is purposeful: You are still safer at home when it comes to avoiding infection of COVID-19 and stopping the spread to others. Read More


Informational posters for businesses re-opening during Yellow Phase

To ensure the public health and safety, the city has created a list of COVID-19 guidance and social distancing posters available here. In addition, recommendations for different types of businesses and activities are detailed in a separate set of industry-specific guidelines available here.

We encourage you to print and post the social distancing signs. If you need copies of social distancing posters, please fill out the following request form. Our team will check the resources to print them.

Posters Available

How can I protect myself during Covid-19 (Color)

What does 6 feet look like (Color, multilingual)

Stay 6 feet apart in the supermarket (grayscale, multilingual)

Stay 6 feet apart in the supermarket (Color, multilingual)

How to use a mask

Wash your hand (Color)

COVID-19 coronavirus advisory (Color)

For information and the Poster Request Form, contact

Samuel K. Chueh, MBA
Director, International Business & Global Strategy
Department of Commerce | City of Philadelphia 


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