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Gabinete de Recuperação da COVID-19

Trabalhando para uma recuperação pandêmica bem-sucedida e fiscalmente responsável que fortaleça a economia e, ao mesmo tempo, proteja as populações vulneráveis.

Gabinete de Recuperação da COVID-19

O que fazemos

O Gabinete de Recuperação da COVID-19 trabalha para garantir que a Filadélfia se recupere da pandemia de uma forma que:

  • Protege a saúde e a segurança públicas.
  • É fiscalmente responsável pela cidade e seus contribuintes.
  • Aborda as dificuldades comunitárias mais urgentes causadas pela pandemia.
  • Coloca os habitantes da Filadélfia de volta ao trabalho.
  • Ajuda empresas em comunidades duramente atingidas a reabrirem e prosperarem.

Nosso objetivo é uma Filadélfia mais justa e próspera após a recuperação.


1401 Avenida John F. Kennedy
Suíte 1430
Filadélfia, PA 19102

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Timeline and updates

May 2022
May 12

The Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy, the Arts and Culture Task Force, and City Council launched the $1.5 million 2022 Illuminate the Arts Grant to aid in the recovery of Philadelphia’s arts and culture community from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The funding will be distributed to Philadelphia’s individual artists, small and mid-size nonprofit arts organizations, and small creative enterprises. The grant seeks to financially uplift Philadelphia’s creative sector and support disadvantaged communities, particularly Philadelphia’s Black and Brown communities, that have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

April 2022
April 15

The City’s Department of Commerce, in partnership with Community First Fund and VestedIn, launched the second round of Boost Your Business, a fund that helps to build the capacity of minority-owned businesses with forgivable loans so they can scale their business to obtain new contracts and support employee growth.

March 2022
March 03

The City’s Office of Innovation and Technology announced the extension of PHLConnectED — which provides eligible pre-K–12 student households with access to free, reliable internet service — into a third year and shared information about the organizations funded to provide digital literacy courses to caregivers. Digital literacy courses for caregivers will be available in spring 2022. Learn more about this work.

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