In This Update:
Governor Announces New COVID-19 Restrictions
Governor Wolf has ordered a new round of COVID-19 restrictions that will begin on Saturday. The restrictions include a prohibition on indoor dining at restaurants, reduced occupancy limits on retail businesses, the suspension of all K-12 extracurricular activities and tighter capacity limits on both indoor and outdoor activities.
Wishing Our Friends and Neighbors a Happy Hanukkah
Hanukkah is one the most important holidays observed by the Jewish faith, a time for celebration with friends and neighbors, and charity for those in need. I extend my warmest wishes to all of our friends and neighbors in the Jewish community during this holy holiday.
The eight-day celebration of Hanukkah runs from December 10-17.
Commercial Driver Licenses, Learning Permits Extended
Due to disruptions created by the COVID-19 pandemic and the governor’s mitigation response, PennDOT has extended the expiration dates of all commercial driver licenses and commercial learner’s permits that were set to expire at the end of November until December 31.
The extension provides additional time to renew these licenses and permits as truckdrivers continue to keep supply lines open and prevent supply chain disruptions.
New Health and Wellness Guide Created for Older Adults
Older Pennsylvanians have faced some of the most difficult challenges in terms of physical and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Pennsylvania Council on Aging has created a new interactive guide to support seniors and combat some of the biggest sources of stress in their lives.
The guide includes resources, activities and videos to help older Pennsylvanians avoid social isolation and stay mentally and physically fit.
2021 Fishing Licenses on Sale Now
Pennsylvania anglers can purchase their 2021 fishing license from the PA Fish and Boat Commission now. The licenses are valid from the date of purchase through December 31, 2021. Multi-year options are also available in increments of three, five, and 10 years.
Licenses, permits and gift vouchers can be purchased online or by visiting retail license issuing agents.
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