Coronavirus – COVID-19

Pennsylvania issues safety guidelines for essential businesses

Pennsylvania sets COVID-19 cleaning rules for big buildings

Pennsylvania health secretary signs order to keep warehouse and other essential workers safer

A month of coronavirus in Pa.: From 1 case to 11,500. How long until it peaks?

Trump official cites Pa. as emerging coronavirus hotspot

Pennsylvania coronavirus update: nearly 1,500 more cases, 14 more deaths

14 more coronavirus deaths recorded in Pa.; 1,493 new cases logged

Allegheny County reports fourth COVID-19 death; Pa. issues cleaning guidelines for essential businesses

4th person dies of covid-19 in Allegheny County as total cases climb to 605

12 more covid-19 cases reported in Westmoreland County

Number of Luzerne County cases continues to climb

County COVID-19 cases increase by 93

COVID-19 cases climb to 171 in York County as of Sunday

Nuclear plant contractor tests positive for virus

Workers ‘terrified’ at Limerick nuclear plant amid coronavirus

Residents, staff test positive for COVID-19 at Moosic nursing home

Berks County coroner reports 6th death, but state’s official county death count drops to 3

The darling, the technocrat, and the Ph.D.: N.Y., N.J., and Pa. governors tackle COVID-19

As courts close for the coronavirus, officials and advocates adjust to protect domestic violence victims

Elder care facilities, in-home services adjust to enhanced staffing

Those at high risk of contracting coronavirus live with constant worry

6 ways to slow coronavirus spread in Pennsylvania (No. 1: close trail parking lots)

‘Pathogens do not discriminate.’ Pa. groups warn against attacks targeting Asian Americans over coronavirus

Trump administration waited two months after learning of coronavirus before ordering needed equipment

Facebook hampers do-it-yourself mask efforts

Medical equipment needed as pandemic surge nears; Americans brace for ‘hardest and saddest’ week of their lives

Surgeon general warns Americans to brace for coronavirus-caused tragedy reminiscent of Sept. 11, Pearl Harbor

Americans hit by economic shocks caused by coronavirus as confusion, stumbles undermine stimulus effort

Governors plead for food stamp flexibility amid pandemic

Reschenthaler takes wait-and-see approach on possible fourth stimulus package

ER doctor who died of covid-19-like symptoms was Fayette County native

10 members of the 911th Airlift Wing head to New York City

Philly pediatrician: Who will care for the children of COVID-19 patients? l Expert Opinion


‘The whole … premise is flawed’: Scarnati questions the math on Erie’s community college plan


Many local distilleries are giving away hand sanitizer, but it’s not free

Statewide coronavirus business shutdown causing confusion, frustration

Grocery workers are vitally important during the coronavirus pandemic, and they’re afraid

My paycheck or my health; warehouse workers see themselves as reluctant heroes of coronavirus pandemic

In the coronavirus era, supermarket workers have become our heroes

‘I have to keep it strong’: Pa.’s business owners, self-employed fight to weather the coronavirus shutdown


State police cite 2 people in Westmoreland County for ‘purposely coughing’ on workers

7-year-old boy shot and killed in Chester

Boy, 7, shot in head, killed in Chester drive-by shooting


Pa. school districts jump into remote learning: ‘This is not a normal situation for anybody’

Schools face myriad challenges as remote learning gets underway

Some Pittsburgh-area school districts were prepared for unexpected shutdown

Schools continue learning in uncertain future

Duquesne nursing school dean: Pandemic underscores need for strong public health system

Area colleges face furloughs, financial losses and uncertainty


State must ensure access to voting

Democratic groups flood Pennsylvania with anti-Trump coronavirus ads

Biden raises idea of Democrats holding an online convention

Health Care

After tumultuous decade, are health care consumers here better off?

Obituary: Judith Hays, noted patient in UPMC-Highmark fight who loved singing and gardening

Allegheny Valley Hospital explores adding 100 beds if needed to support covid-19 surge

Medicine for inhalers in short supply, but NEPA seems OK

Local News

Chester County courts will try video conferencing in coronavirus crisis

Coronavirus crisis bringing out the very best in Chester County residents

Trash haulers in coronavirus crisis need help staying safe

Westmoreland County groups seek coronavirus protective gear

Additional nominees added to project

Hazleton mayor: Most ‘in compliance’ of curfew

National News

Social distancing beer, CBD oil, and crop tops? Coronavirus-related applications pouring into U.S. trademark office.


High-income Philadelphians getting tested for coronavirus at far higher rates than low-income residents

South Philly has a growing, hidden homeless population — and almost no services to help them

SEPTA barred the homeless from the 69th Street terminal due to coronavirus concerns. Now Upper Darby is trying to find them.

Is 2020 a lost year? Philly had big plans. The pandemic changed them.

How the owner of Philly’s shuttered Hahnemann hospital became the internet’s coronavirus villain


Next drive-thru food distribution scheduled today in Duquesne

The future of nonprofits in Pittsburgh

West View pharmacist aims to be Aldi of drug stores

Proposed Community Reinvestment Act changes have community groups concerned

Nonprofits facing layoffs, funding shortfalls as they try to keep serving needy during a pandemic

2nd Port Authority bus driver tests positive for coronavirus

State News

Western Pa. cemeteries attract more visitors during coronavirus restrictions

‘Sorry, we’re closed’ sign pops up near Pa. welcome sign along border in Monroe County during coronavirus

Important Viewing: New movie casts stark light on Pa.’s teen’s quest for an abortion | Opinion


Greyhound suspending New York City bus service to slow COVID-19

Pa. to get $1 billion in transportation funding


Inspector general who handled Ukraine whistleblower complaint says ‘it is hard not to think’ he was fired by Trump for doing his job