End of partnership with Philly Fighting COVID City

Philadelphia (WPVI) – The Philadelphia Department of Public Health has announced that it is no longer working with Philly Fighting Covid to provide testing or vaccines.

The Department of Health cites a change in the corporate status of Philly Fighting COVID as the reason for ending the partnership.

“We have recently been made aware of a change in PFC’s corporate corporate position that has occurred without our knowledge, from nonprofit to nonprofit. As part of this change, PFC has updated its data privacy policy in a way that would allow the organization to sell. Data collected by the site, “said James Gero, a spokesman for the health department.

Gar Garro making changes difficult.

“The city has not been notified of any of these data being sold. But it is very troubling to make these changes without discussing with the PFC with the City. With the unexpected stoppage of the PFC’s testing operations, As a result, the health department has decided to stop vaccinating PFCs, ”Gero added.

The health department is currently developing plans to transfer future vaccine allocations to other providers.

It is also scheduling new clinics to ensure that those who were vaccinated at the PFC clinics at the convention center can get their second dose.

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