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Pennsylvania Coronavirus Update: Deaths top 1,000 as positive cases reach 32,284

Pa. coronavirus deaths top 1,000; 32,284 cases now reported statewide, including 1,215 new ones Sunday

Pa. reports largest one-day uptick in coronavirus deaths Sunday; Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine explains why

COVID-19: Over 1,000 deaths in Pa.; Allegheny County reaches 50 deaths

Allegheny County reports 3 more coronavirus deaths; total cases up to 1,035

2 more deaths reported in county

Change in reporting triggers jump in Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 death count

Berks coronavirus deaths rise by 6; cases increase by 150

Montco reports 8 deaths, 116 new coronavirus cases

Coronavirus cases up 46% in Bucks nursing homes

Why some get really sick from the coronavirus, and others don’t

Reports suggest many have had COVID-19 with no symptoms

Here’s the lowdown on the local coronavirus tests

Coronavirus pandemic spurs anxiety, stress and fear, but access to counseling has been challenging

Veterans benefits continue to be available during COVID-19 crisis

Helpers are available to help children deal with coronavirus concerns

Coronavirus: Here are the supplies Pa. got from the feds and what the state still needs

Vigilance, data keys to momentum

Bolinas, Calif., is among the first to offer COVID-19 testing to every resident

Trump administration, Congress near $450 billion deal for small businesses, hospitals, coronavirus testing

Nations credited with fast response to coronavirus moving to gradually reopen businesses


Buying beer and wine in supermarkets: Is using a separate register safer? Not everyone agrees

Partisanship is more deadly than the coronavirus | Editorial

State Rep. Bob Brooks: Getting Pa. to work while dealing with coronavirus


Many of Lackawanna County’s essential warehouses, factories got ahead of COVID-19

Area car dealerships losing business

As Pennsylvania mask order takes effect, most say they’ll follow the mandate

Deflating America: Truckers are getting rolled by the coronavirus economy

Bulk chicken tenders, toilet paper and ranch by the quart: Eat’n Park adapts to takeout

‘Economic emergency’ looms as downtown WB businesses face closure amid shutdown

Earth Day at 50: Berks County companies look for sustainable plastic, real recycling

Minor league baseball taking major financial hit

March unemployment data shows COVID-19 impact in Pa. | The Numbers Racket

Car rally puts focus on pipeline work during pandemic


Police find possible human remains at illegal dump site in Plum

Life on hold: How the COVID-19 pandemic derailed Pennsylvania’s pardons board


Principal uses daily videos to spread smiles

Erie-area colleges open virtual admissions season


Should third parties who want Trump defeated stay off the ballot in swing states such as Pa.?


Is tele-health the remedy for at-risk communities during COVID-19? | Opinion

Noticias locales

Smart kiosks planned for downtown Scranton

Delco to temporarily furlough 400 workers

MAP: Food assistance programs around Delaware County during COVID-19 pandemic

Chester County takes steps to purchase West Chester office building

Mile-long lines swamping Monaca food pantry

Two Apollo council members resign amid clashes with council president

Residents reflect on momentous month since COVID-19 was first diagnosed in Luzerne County

Luzerne County seeking grant to restore historic deer statue

County council to vote on jail health care, tax collection

Local trail needs help combating ‘predator’

Flood authority to meet via teleconference

Local church provides meal kits for those in need

Some blame Latinos for Hazleton’s COVID-19 outbreak, echoing divisions that once roiled city

Contact tracing key in Erie’s COVID-19 effort

Noticias nacionales

‘Just normal kids’ killed 13 people: The Columbine High School shooting in 1999


Philly’s big new hotels are facing the coronavirus economy from under a mountain of debt

Philadelphia-area Muslims must adjust to Ramadan amid a pandemic


Holocaust memorial event will be held online, but without survivors

Starting this evening, Port Authority riders must wear face covering

Pitt doctor leading covid-19 battle discusses lessons learned through sports, optimistic for football’s return

Vigil held at Point State Park for those who have passed away inside the Allegheny County Jail

Noticias del Estado

Quarantine backlash has begun in Pa., with anti-shutdown rallies Monday in Pittsburgh, Harrisburg

Locals to join protest against shutdown at Capitol

For 2020 census advocates, COVID-19 forces rethinking of outreach strategies

Pennsylvania State Button Society holding it together for 73 years despite recent setbacks

Summer harvest in a pandemic: Pa. farmers contend with a food surplus and a labor shortage

Salvation Army works with barbecue restaurants to feed hungry during coronavirus crisis

Pennsylvania liquor stores to reopen today at these locations for curbside pickup: Search the list

Two state liquor stores in Beaver County open for curbside pickup

Noticias del mundo

16 killed in Canada shooting rampage, deadliest in 30 years