Pittsburgh Latinx Dad Builds “It’s a Small World” Ride While on Quarantine

Our days of quarantine have proved challenging on everyone and parents, in addition to their daily home chores, have had to find ways to complete […]

Latinx Construction Workers in Need of Spanish Operation Guide for Return to Work on May 1st

PA Governor Tom Wolf’s office issued a press release announcing a guide for the construction industry’s return to work on May 1st during the COVID-19 […]

Tight Housing Conditions, Lack of Health Care Put Migrant Workers on Pa. Farms at High Risk for the Coronavirus

By Cynthia Fernandez of Spotlight PA Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and […]

Pa. regions with few Coronavirus cases could begin reopening May 8 under new tiered system, Gov. Tom Wolf says

In the first phase of reopening, businesses would be allowed to call employees back to work, as long as they take proper precautions. Schools would remain closed and large gatherings would still be prohibited.

COVID-19 Protests: Demonstrators Gather to Voice Their Discontent

The COVID-19 pandemic has people on both sides – those who believe in the stay-at-home order and support it and others who want and need […]

PA stay-at-home order to remain until May 8

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced at a press conference earlier today that the stay-at-home order will continue in effect until at least May 8. Tom […]

How to Make a Homemade Mask out of Fabric or Cloth

Medical experts and PA officials have recommended the use of face masks in public to help stop the spread of COVID-19. The Pennsylvania Department of […]

Aid for Pittsburgh Region Artists During Pandemic

The Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council Emergency Fund is now offering emergency aid for artists during this time of need. Until further notice, artists who live […]

What Undocumented Immigrants in PA Need to Know About Healthcare Rights during the COVID-19 Pandemic

PRESENTE spoke with Attorney Kevin Quisenberry and Outreach Paralegal Rafael Bullones of Community Justice Project, a nonprofit law firm that is part of the Pennsylvania […]

COVID-19 Cases: Daily Updates for Allegheny County

Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) provides daily updates for Coronavirus cases on their Facebook page. This page links directly to their timeline where you can […]

Stay-at-home, Closures Extended Until April 30; Schools Closed Indefinitely

Governor Tom Wolf announced during a press conference on Monday that the state will extend the stay at home order for affected counties until April […]

Additional Social Distancing Restrictions Coming to the Steel City

The City of Pittsburgh announced changes to its social distancing guidelines for public spaces. Changes include closing of overlooks, playgrounds, and basketball courts. We offered […]

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