Everything you need to know to stay COVID-safe during a second pandemic winter
As families prepare to celebrate the holiday season with their loved ones, we need to prioritize immunizing our family members against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccines are now approved for children five years of age and older.
The PA Department of Community & Economic Development has announced this special grant program for non-profits and grassroots organizatons. This … Read More
It has been more than a year since COVID-19 forced the world into an economic shutdown and a health and safety related panic. Even as more people are vaccinated and businesses re-open, communities are still struggling.
After a year of treating patients via screens and phones, a psychiatrist urges self-care, mutual aid and basic generosity.
During the Covid-19 crisis much information has focused on the effects of the virus in adults as well as the … Read More
Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration announced coronavirus mitigation efforts, except masking, will be lifted on Memorial Day.
A pediatrician and assistant professor of pediatric infectious diseases, explains what doctors know today about the risk children face of getting and spreading the coronavirus and when vaccines might be available.
United Way’s PA 211 Southwest helpline is a comprehensive source of information about local resources and services. Part of a … Read More
The state is relying on a patchwork of individual health-care providers to create and manage their own scheduling, causing frustration among some residents.
After two amendments and two days of public testimonies, the PPS board voted Wednesday in favor of extending exclusive online learning for most students through Jan. 2021.
On the list of public health recommendations known to help stem the global coronavirus pandemic, mask-wearing and social distancing are at the top. Unfortunately, complying with these basic public health measures has become politicized, leading some folks to refuse to do either or both.