Sunday’s COVID-19 update: 371 confirmed cases in Pa.; two deaths–update-confirmed-cases-in-pa-two/article_d867769e-6c34-11ea-b336-b345ebf7c511.html

Gov. Tom Wolf on defense as Berks County records 2 more virus cases, Pennsylvania’s number surges

Why workers’ compensation might not provide relief for Pennsylvanians sickened by the coronavirus

Poll: Three of four Pennsylvanians concerned about coronavirus

Services go online as coronavirus closes church and synagogue doors in Berks

Pa. relaxes some nursing license requirements to fight coronavirus

Coronavirus shutdown lures many to the outdoors, including the Appalachian Trail: ‘It’s kind of social distancing’

Coronavirus expected to put regular life on hold for months, maybe longer, experts say

Pennsylvania governor, lawmakers in talks to postpone primary to June 2 because of coronavirus

Could out-of-state inmates under quarantine be moved to federal prisons in Pa.?

Coronavirus pandemic prompts Giant to increase pay, add sneeze guards

Karns, Weis Markets increase pay for employees during coronavirus pandemic

What if Pennsylvania residents are ordered to ‘shelter-in-place?’

Upper Darby is hardest hit by virus in the county

Three inmates, five employees infected at county prison

Report: Region lacks enough hospital beds for virus spike

Warehouses adjusting to social distancing mandates

Company to start offering at-home testing kit for coronavirus

WHS seeking donations of critically needed masks, protective gear

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COVID-19 prompts Mon Valley Hospital to suspend visitation–prompts-mon-valley-hospital-to-suspend-visitation/article_5e2f04b0-6ae9-11ea-8055-b310f3e4c7be.html

In need of $1 billion, Amtrak cuts management pay as it faces ‘unprecedented’ ridership loss

Public health expert: Play dates, small gatherings OK during coronavirus outbreak

Economists paint dire picture as coronavirus outbreak continues

‘I am willing to test fate to pay my bills’: Uber, Lyft drivers weigh health risk, financial pressures amid outbreak

As COVID-19 threat grows, lead healthcare physicians band together

Booms and busts: Coronavirus impacts businesses, activities differently

State reports new virus cases in NEPA, 5 total for Lackawanna County

Language barrier: Virus info primarily released in English only

Coronavirus a contributing factor to Lehigh Valley patient’s death, coroner says


Pennsylvania extends state income tax filing deadline to July 15

Utility: Be careful what you’re flushing and washing down the drain


Adhering to special education law delays start of online learning in NEPA


Employee who tested positive prompted temporary halt to flights to NYC, Philly

Fearing ‘desperate people’ during coronavirus shutdown, bar owner boards up windows in Center City

Philly offices may never be the same again as the coronavirus pandemic boosts technology disruption


Carnegie Mellon student tests positive for covid-19 after returning from spring break

Coronavirus to impact more than 500,000 jobs across the Pittsburgh region

Giant Eagle will pay $10 million in bonus pay to workers during outbreak

Study: Pittsburgh region has far fewer hospital beds than needed for moderate COVID-19 outbreak

Continuing the mission: Regional Meals On Wheels, food banks adjust but persist during virus outbreak

Cleveland-to-Pittsburgh would be a big link in cross-country rail trail


Humane Society of Harrisburg Area offering ‘virtual adoptions’ during coronavirus outbreak, shelters see increased interest in fosters

Coronavirus edicts battering already struggling Berks County homebuilders, real estate professionals

Food, unemployment discussed during city hall conference call

Accurate county census count tied to funding for key services, vulnerable populations

PennDOT begins plans to upgrade Thornburg Bridge between Crafton and Thornburg

‘This is unprecedented’: how local funeral directors are dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak

DA’s office still operational


Coronavirus rescue package topping $1T ‘Very close’: McConnell

As coronavirus cases advance worldwide, medical supplies and hospital beds dwindle

FDA approves first rapid coronavirus test

The world has suffered through other deadly pandemics. But the response to coronavirus is unprecedented.

Unlike nationwide European lockdowns, aggressive restrictions on movement depend on location in the U.S.