Coronavirus and State of Pennsylvania

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5/21/2021 Vaccine hesitancy has now reached teenagers ... PennsylvaniaThe first wave has largely been kids with conditions that put them at higher risk for COVID complications, but now, doctors are working to dispel the myth that mRNA vaccines could affect puberty or fertility.‚AuYour immune system goes to your arm, gets the instructions of how to fight against the coronavirus and then your immune system leaves your arm to go to the rest of your body,‚Au ...
5/20/2021 Live Updates: Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education Penn Health to Require Employee Vaccinations May 20, 6:16 a.m. The University of Pennsylvania Health System, ‚Auto set an example for those who remain hesitant,‚Au will require all employees to be vaccinated, The Philadelphia ... Mcard -- which unlocks buildings -- reactivated, with most students completing a coronavirus test. Saint Joseph's of Maine Issues $50 Tickets for Failing to Wear a Face Mask April 13, 2:50 p.m. Saint Joseph's College in Maine ...
5/20/2021 Pennsylvania coronavirus update: 40 additional deaths reported as rate drifts down and cases, hospitalizations plummet - The Morning Call The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 1,430 additional coronavirus cases Thursday, and the seven-day moving average of newly reported cases was down 30% from a week ago and 68% lower than it was 30 days ago.To date, there have been 1.19 million infections statewide since the start of the pandemic.Advertisement Deaths There were 40 COVID-related deaths reported Thursday, compared with 54 Wednesday. The seven-day moving ...
5/18/2021 Pennsylvania coronavirus update: Lehigh County now has ‚Äòmoderate‚Äô transmission rate after 28 weeks at ‚Äòsubstantial‚Äô - The Morning Call The Pennsylvania Department of Education has reclassified Lehigh County from being a place of ‚Ausubstantial‚Au coronavirus transmission to one of ‚Aumoderate‚Au transmission. It had been stuck in the highest classification for 28 weeks, since Oct. 23. Northampton County is still classified as substantial, where it has been since the week ending Oct. 30.The designations are meant to guide decision-making for school districts as to whether they ...
5/18/2021 SEPTA to lift capacity limits in June Philly Tribune SEPTA to lift capacity limits in June Laura Benshoff WHYY SaveSEPTA will lift coronavirus-related capacity restrictions on public transit June 1, the transit authority announced Monday.That decision comes as new case counts continue to drop and nearly 50% of Pennsylvania‚Aos adults are fully vaccinated, according to the state Department of Health.‚AuRemoving vehicle capacity limits is a major step, not just for SEPTA, but for the ...
5/17/2021 Pennsylvania's covid report dips under 1,000 for 1st time in over 7 months | TribLIVE.com ... downtown Pittsburgh from the city‚Aos North Shore.It hasn‚Aot happened since Oct. 5. That‚Aos the last time Pennsylvania‚Aos daily covid report showed fewer than 1,000 new cases.On Monday, the Pennsylvania ... exposure‚Au to someone who has been confirmed to have coronavirus.With the latest report, Pennsylvania‚Aos seven-day average PCR positivity rate drops to 14.7%. In early April, it had neared 30%.The Allegheny ...
5/16/2021 State's deaths rise by 19, lowest in months; cases' increase 2,432 WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. ‚Ai Florida's Health Department reported encouraging coronavirus data Sunday. Cases rose by 2,482, a U.S.-high and only state more than 2,000 but the least for a non-Monday since 2,251 ... of 25 days with the exception on two past Tuesdays. Pennsylvania had the most deaths' increase Sunday with 67. Increased U.S. deaths: 262 though 18 states didn't report data. Increased cases: 16,964, the least since ...
5/14/2021 The Latest: Virus sidelines Haley for 2 races in Dover The Latest: Rockies get approval to increase crowd capacity The Associated PressThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:
The Colorado Rockies have been approved by the Denver ... a facemask while at PNC Park as required by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.Next week, the Pirates said they plan to announce details regarding capacity increases for the remainder of the season and further ...
5/13/2021 Nurses, nonprofits, others take vaccine to homebound people 1:04SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ‚Ai As interest in coronavirus vaccinations dwindles nationwide, local health offices and other providers are ramping up efforts to find and reach homebound people who can‚Aot travel for a shot. Victoria McAllister, who has ruptured discs that could slice her spinal cord with a wrong move, was thrilled when her San Francisco Bay Area health department brought the vaccine to her. California and Pennsylvania are ...
5/11/2021 Vote to oust Liz Cheney puts spotlight on House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy, a Trump loyalist MSN ... for attack USA TODAY See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Army veteran runs for Pennsylvania senate seatFOX News 'Completely false': Dale fact-checks Cruz on voting registration claim ... Paul, Dr. Fauci get in heated exchange over origins of coronavirusMSNBC Cupp: Graham said the most honestly naked thing I've heard about state of GOPCNN Texas farmer finds young migrant girls abandoned near ...
5/9/2021 A Pennsylvania Lawmaker and the Resurgence of Christian Nationalism Doug Mastriano, a Republican state senator from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and parts of neighboring counties, was a little-known figure in state politics before the coronavirus pandemic. But, in the past year, he has led rallies against mask mandates and other public-health protocols, which he has characterized as ‚Authe governor‚Aos autocratic control over our lives.‚Au He has become a leader of the Stop the Steal campaign, and claims ...
5/8/2021 Collectivism And Medicine Medical Collectivism is Killing MedicineDaniel Greenfield182,000 coronavirus deaths, a third of the nation‚Aos death toll, have come out of nursing homes.In Pennsylvania, 50% of the deaths happened in nursing homes. But former Pennsylvania Health Secretary Rick Levine, who ordered nursing homes to accept infected coronavirus patients, but took his own mother out, was picked by Biden as his assistant health secretary.13,089 dead Pennsylvania grandpas and ...
5/7/2021 Business, Interrupted: Insurance claims often denied for pandemic-related business closures | Hartford Business Journal ... Fish Tale restaurant in New Haven sued its insurance provider for refusing to pay for business losses related to the coronavirus pandemic shutdown, a federal judge dismissed the case within just six months.U.S. District ... a COVID coverage litigation tracker run by the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.According to legal experts, many businesses face an uphill battle when trying to get insurance companies to cover pandemic-related losses ...
5/4/2021 Pennsylvania man sentenced to 5-year probation after voting in name of dead mother - Local News 8 A Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to five years of probation after pleading guilty to casting a vote in the name of his deceased mother in an effort to reelect then-President Donald Trump , according ... Bartman had explained to the court that because of the coronavirus pandemic , he had been isolated at home and was misled by ‚Aupropaganda and statements‚Au that were made about voter fraud.‚AuThis was his ...
5/1/2021 Pennsylvania coronavirus update: With 3,100 new cases Saturday, state continues downward trend The Morning Call May 01, 2021 at 1:01 PM The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 3,100 additional coronavirus cases on Saturday. The seven-day moving average of newly reported cases was 3,299, down 16% from 3,914 a week ago, and down 19% from 4,073 30 days ago. The report Saturday continues a downward trend in the number of new cases over the last month across the state. To date, there ...
5/1/2021 Pennsylvania coronavirus update: With 3,100 new cases Saturday, state continues downward trend - News Break The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 3,100 additional coronavirus cases on Saturday. The seven-day moving average of newly reported cases was 3,299, down 16% from 3,914 a week ago, and down 19% from 4,073 30 days ago.The report Saturday continues a downward trend in the number of new cases over the last month across the state. To date, there have been 1.15 million infections statewide since the start ...
4/30/2021 Pennsylvania lawmakers say PPP funds proved valuable despite rocky start - News Break Pennsylvania lawmakers on Thursday said the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) has helped many small businesses survive the coronavirus-induced recession despite initial frustrations during last year‚Aos rollout.Speaking at The Hill‚Aos ‚Au Small Business Recovery: Philadelphia ‚Au event, Reps. Madeleine Dean (D) and Dan Meuser (R) discussed what they saw as both the successes and shortcomings of national economic recovery efforts like the PPP.Dean, a member of ...
4/30/2021 Pennsylvania coronavirus update: Declining rates still almost twice national average - The Morning Call The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 4,607 additional coronavirus cases on Friday. The seven-day moving average of newly reported cases was 3,451, down 15% from 4,050 a week ago, and down 14.5% from a month ago.To date, there have been 1.15 million infections reported statewide since the start of the pandemic.Advertisement The state‚Aos recent decline in case rates continues a more than weeklong trend, but other ...
4/30/2021 Allegheny Co Health Department reports 214 new cases, 2 additional deaths – news Pittsburgh ... Pennsylvania Impacts Private Information Of 72,000 People Of the newly reported cases, the Health Department says 170 are confirmed and 44 are probable cases.The Health Department says new cases range in age from 7 months to 104 years with a median age of 28 years. The county-wide death toll stands at 1,865.There have been 6,729 total hospitalizations and 96,884 total coronavirus cases in Allegheny County since the ...
4/29/2021 Pennsylvania coronavirus update: Most numbers shrinking, even those that shouldn’t - The Morning Call The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 3,322 additional coronavirus cases Thursday, continuing the subsidence of the most recent wave, which started the first week of March and peaked April 16.The seven-day moving average of newly reported cases was 3,391, down 20% from 4,259 a week ago, and down 16% from a month ago.Advertisement To date, there have been 1.15 million infections statewide since the start of the ...
4/28/2021 Penguins petition state for less-distanced ‚Äòvaccinated sections‚Äô at home games | TribLIVE.com ... on March 3, the first in which the team was permitted to sell tickets under state regulations related to the coronavirus pandemic. The Penguins this week said they have petitioned the state to allow for ... to season-ticket holders, the Penguins said they have petitioned Pennsylvania state government and the commonwealth‚Aos Department of Health about the idea, which would allow more tickets to be sold because seating would be ...
4/27/2021 Pennsylvania coronavirus update: Case rate decline continues as Northampton testing site changes locations - The Morning Call The Pennsylvania Health Department reported 3,333 additional coronavirus cases Tuesday, continuing a weeklong decline. The seven-day moving average of newly reported cases was 3,646, down 20% from 4,544 a week ago, and equal to where it was a month ago.To date, there have been 1.14 million infections statewide since the start of the pandemic.Advertisement State health officials continue to encourage residents to take advantage of free coronavirus ...
4/23/2021 UPMC offering home vaccination service for homebound Pa. residents | ABC27 Residents in Pennsylvania have the option to get vaccinated to help prevent COVID-19 or contracting an illness that could result in a hospital stay.People can visit large outdoor clinics or set an appointment ... home vaccinations throughout the region.Want the latest on the coronavirus vaccine in Pa.? Visit acb27.com/vaccine for more information.Theresa Sellers is the Director of Community Health Initiatives. She says several teams are ...
4/23/2021 Drop in vaccine demand has some places hosting walk-in hours | ABC27 ... coronavirus vaccine has fallen off in some places around the United States to the point where some counties are turning down new shipments of doses. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner, File)HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) ‚Ai As the U.S. surpasses 200 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, there are plenty of vaccines available ‚Ai but not everyone wants them.Pennsylvania and other states across the country are seeing an increase in ...
4/23/2021 More than 3 million fully vaccinated in Pa.; State registers 4,100 new cases ... 200,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses were administered on Thursday as the state Department of Health announced more than 3 million Pennsylvania residents are now fully vaccinated. Additionally, COVID-19 hospitalizations dropped by more than 100 ... There were another 59 deaths statewide linked to the novel coronavirus, the fourth day in a row with at least 50 fatalities. There was one death in Northumberland County, the only death in the Valley ...