And while numerous governors have said no to housing migrant children, apparently Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf who declared a disaster emergency for the first time on March 6, 2020 and has renewed it four times since, has no comment (PA media is OK with that) on his unilateral decision that Pennsylvania will accept and house hundreds (it may well soon be thousands) of illegal aliens during his yearlong and continuing state of emergency with numerous restrictions placed on Pennsylvanians. While thousands of school children that were born and raised in Pennsylvania have not had in-person schooling for over a year.
It’s inexplicable unless just as President Joe Biden, Wolf believes accepting illegal aliens proves he’s “the nice guy“, he’s “a decent man” and Pennsylvania children… that’s your problem.
This is the same Wolf administration that warned Pennsylvanians not to gather with family lest you could kill them: “The state’s top health official asked Pennsylvania residents Monday to sacrifice and avoid gathering with extended family during the holidays to prevent further spread of COVID-19.”
Things must have really really improved only four months ago “Wolf warns Pennsylvania hospitals at risk, mulls new virus restrictions“
Oh Wait Things Haven’t Improved
WFMZ-TV|9 days ago
Many schools are now transitioning to full in-person learning, but according to data from Johns Hopkins University, Pennsylvania was one of five states that accounted for about 43% of new coronavirus cases over the last week.
At least 150 refugee children detained at the U.S.-Mexico border arrived late Tuesday night in Erie to receive temporary shelter. At around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, three buses carrying the children …
Posted: Apr 16, 2021 / 02:42 PM EDT / Updated: Apr 16, 2021 / 02:42 PM EDT
The Erie County Department of Health has announced that there have been positive cases of COVID-19 reported among the unaccompanied migrant children that arrived in Erie this week. Unaccompanied migrant children arrive overnight in Erie from the U.S. Mexico border
The county Health Department has issued the following statement:
“The Erie County Department of Health and County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper are aware of positive cases of COVID-19 among the unaccompanied minor children at the Pennsylvania International Academy dorms in Summit Township.
We are working with our public health partners at the federal, state and local levels to determine how we can assist and provide appropriate resources. The Erie County Department of Health will continue to provide appropriate containment support, such as quarantine measures and contact tracing, as well as guidance and support for quarantine and isolation.
At this time, there is no identified additional risk to the community.”