Due to the serious increase in COVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, and Delaware County in the past several weeks, my offices will be temporarily closed. These closures of in person offices will protect both my constituents and my staff as we all continue to fight the spread of COVID-19.
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PHILADELPHIA, January 11, 2021 − Senator Anthony H. Williams sent the following letter to Governor Wolf seeking a full investigation into the actions of Pennsylvanians that led to the violent riot and insurrection in the US Capitol last week: [embeddoc...
PA Senate Democrats Host PA Dept. of Corrections Sec. Wetzel & Others for Hearing on Impact of COVID-19 on Prisons
Harrisburg – January 7, 2020 - At the request of state Senators Anthony H. Williams (D- Delaware/Philadelphia) and Sharif Street (D- Philadelphia) the Senate Democratic Policy Committee today held a virtual public hearing on the impacts of COVID-19 on the communities,...
PHILADELPHIA, January 7, 2021 − State Senator Anthony H. Williams released the following statement today regarding the involvement of state Sen. Doug Mastriano (R-33) in the events that took place yesterday at the U.S. Capitol: “I share the grave concerns raised by...
Harrisburg, PA – January 6, 2021 – The PA Senate Democrats released the following statement on the violent protest today in the nation’s Capitol: The First Amendment is one of our most sacred. It is not political and it is not partisan. The rights to free speech,...
Senator Anthony H. Williams Policy Hearing Opening Remarks: Pandemic in Our Prisons – Protecting People & Communities
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Offices to Call for Assistance
Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management: 311
Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency: 717-651-2001
American Red Cross of Southeastern PA: 215-299-4000
Office of State Senator Anthony H. Williams: 215-492-2980
Immediate Steps to Take
- Contact the Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management to complete a damage survey.
- Contact the American Red Cross of South Eastern PA if you need emergency shelter.
- Once you return home, inspect and document all damage.
- Salvage any important documentation (receipts, bills of sale, insurance information, etc.). This will be helpful for claiming any portion of funds that may be given.
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