The week after the House and Senate budget hearings wrapped, the novel coronavirus called COVID-19 first appeared in Pennsylvania when two presumptive cases were announced in Montgomery County on March 7. Two and a half weeks later, Pennsylvania had 644 people diagnosed with COVID-19 and three deaths statewide. Individuals, businesses and group activities were ordered halted by Gov. Tom Wolf to avoid community spread. To discuss the impact on Pennsylvanians and the PA budget are Rep. Matt Bradford (D-Montgomery), Min. Chair of the House Appropriations Committee and Rep. Seth Grove (R-York), who joined the program via Skype.