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April 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA

Gov. Wolf Recognizes Grocery Store Workers, Now Vaccine Eligible, for Heroic Work

Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public.

"On behalf of all Pennsylvanians, I want to sincerely thank our grocery workers for all that they do every day to provide for others and keep our communities safe," Gov. Wolf said. "All Pennsylvanians owe a debt of gratitude to our commonwealth's grocery workers, and we should all celebrate the fact that this group of frontline heroes now has the option to be vaccinated."

The Wolf Administration, along with the COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force, recently announced the start of the special initiative to vaccinate workers in four targeted industries: grocery stores, law enforcement, firefighters and food and agriculture. As of March 31, workers in these four industries may schedule an appointment to be vaccinated. The estimated 250,000 Pennsylvanians in these targeted industries can schedule an appointment at any vaccination site and receive any of the available doses.



<a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_001.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf speaking to the press.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_002.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>A pharmacist fills a syringe with vaccine at the  Weis Market Pharmacy on Valley Road in Enola.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_003.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Doses of a COVID-19 vaccine at the  Weis Market Pharmacy on Valley Road in Enola.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_004.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf tours of Weis Markets and watches a Weis employee receive a vaccine.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_005.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Administration of a  vaccine at the  Weis Market Pharmacy on Valley Road in Enola.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_006.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf after a tour of Weis Markets with Rick Seipp, vice president of Weis Pharmacy to see the vaccine administration area.   Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_007.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Jonathan Weis, chairman, president and CEO of Weis speaking to the press.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_008.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Rick Seipp, vice president of Weis Pharmacy speaking to the press.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_009.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf speaking to the press.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_010.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf speaking to the press.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_011.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>A vial of vaccine at the  Weis Market Pharmacy on Valley Road in Enola.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_012.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Administration of a  vaccine at the  Weis Market Pharmacy on Valley Road in Enola.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_013.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf speaking to the press.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_014.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf tours of Weis Markets with Rick Seipp, vice president of Weis Pharmacy to see the vaccine administration area.   Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_015.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf speaking to the press.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_016.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf speaking to the press.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_017.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Tony Mengine, Weis store manager speaking to the press.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_018.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf speaking to the press.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_019.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf speaking to the press.  Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/18654_gov_vaccineeligibility_dz_020.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf tours of Weis Markets to see the vaccine administration area.   Gov. Tom Wolf visited Weis Markets in Enola, Cumberland County, to recognize the heroic efforts of Pennsylvania's grocery store workers, who are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  The governor expressed his gratitude to Pennsylvania's 180,000 grocery store workers, who suddenly became frontline workers as the state took critical steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Grocery stores were deemed life-sustaining businesses, and these employees put their lives at risk to ensure their stores remained open to the public. APRIL 06, 2021 - ENOLA, PA..