COVID-19 Resources

HAP is actively monitoring developments and continues to engage with Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide members with the most current information and resources.

About COVID-19

The Pennsylvania Department of Health provides information about the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), including a Fact Sheet about state health officials’ efforts to monitor the spread of the virus. 

Also on the Department of Health's COVID-19 page:
  • County and zip code maps of cases
  • County data in table form
  • The latest stay-at-home orders by county
  • Testing and contact tracing plans for the commonwealth

This information is updated regularly.

In addition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides extensive information about COVID-19 at its website, including:

COVID-19's Impact on Hospitals

The COVID-19 pandemic is threatening the sustainability of Pennsylvania hospitals and the communities they serve. View HAP's new infographic in our Resource Center.

HAP Infographic about Hospital Losses from the COVID-19 Pandemic

Online Resources




Supplies & PPE


May 05, 2020

News Release: New Forum Outlines Hospital Efforts to Safely Resume Scheduled Services

As parts of Pennsylvania start to ease some of the COVID-19 mitigation efforts, health care providers have begun the gradual process of resuming scheduled services. The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) has released a virtual forum about the ways hospitals are helping patients access the care they need in a safe, careful manner.

May 04, 2020

HAP Focuses on Safety in Testimony at Joint Senate Committee Hearing, Reopening of Pennsylvania

Today, via teleconference, the Senate Health and Human Services Committee held a joint hearing with the Senate Local Government Committee on the reopening of the commonwealth after weeks of a statewide stay at home order that began on April 1. Members of the committees heard from members of the Wolf Administration, including the Department of Community and Economic Development, the Department of Health, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency as well as local government officials, and representatives from the health care community, including HAP.