The catalog is locked until next year while they are re-doing the Catalog.
The Catalog entry for this image which is from microfilm 1769059 is https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/605351
I am a non church member and the viewing restrictions I see are
To me, the issue raised by Cathy Hong above, has nothing to do with Catalog issues.
It is possibly, a "Restriction", by the Record "Custodian.
As you know, I am a Member of the Church ...
We can ALL get access to the "Index"; but, it looks like NONE of us can get access to the "Image".
I think that this is what 'Dale' (the first respondent) was actually referring to/referencing:
This particular "Knowledge Article" in 'FamilySearch':
Article ID: 8463; Dated: 5 August 2020
Where it states:
FamilySearch engineers are transitioning the Catalog to new hardware and software. During the transition, the catalog is locked. We are not able to make corrections at this time. When the transition is complete, we will update this help article with instruction to report errors. Thank you for your patience.
Just my thoughts.
@Cathy Hong , it looks like the record custodian is the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Whether to make these records publicly and freely available through Familysearch is a political decision for them and the voters of Pennyslvania. One possible reason for them not wanting to make the records public is if the records are available through Ancestry.com, another commercial genealogy website or through their own website for a fee.
If you are a voter in Pennsylvania, you should make your opinion on this issue known to the Secretary of Health, and be sure to vote in the elections for Governor, since the Governor appoints the Secretary of Health.
The organization Reclaim The Records has a good track record of stopping excessive and illegal restrictions on access to records imposed by state and local governments. They may be able to provide advice or to assist: https://www.reclaimtherecords.org/