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Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Manco & Manco Pizza owner Chuck Bangle says people are already in Ocean City as beaches reopen for recreational activities. Read full article: Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From...→

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Manco & Manco Pizza owner Chuck Bangle says people are already in Ocean City as beaches reopen for recreational activities. Read full article: Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From...→

Garcetti: City Parking Lots At Beaches Reopen, Slow Streets Program Expanding, Car Parades Allowed

Garcetti: City Parking Lots At Beaches Reopen, Slow Streets Program Expanding, Car Parades Allowed

Mayor Eric Garcetti Friday announced the city was taking additional steps toward reopening ahead of the Memorial Day weekend in the wake of the coronavirus pan [...] Read full article: Garcetti: City Parking Lots At Beaches R...→

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Discourages People Going To Beach For Memorial Day Weekend, Questions Why New Jersey, Maryland Beaches Are Open

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Discourages People Going To Beach For Memorial Day Weekend, Questions Why New Jersey, Maryland Beaches Are Open

With the Memorial Day holiday weekend approaching, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday questioned the wisdom of beach-going, even as governors in other states [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Discourages Peopl...→

Michigan courts expand virtual capabilities for people amid coronavirus pandemic

Michigan courts expand virtual capabilities for people amid coronavirus pandemic

The Michigan Supreme Court unveiled expanded capabilities for people to access virtual courtrooms amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Michigan courts expand virtual capabilit...→

NJ Beaches Open For Memorial Day Weekend Under New Coronavirus Safety Guidelines

NJ Beaches Open For Memorial Day Weekend Under New Coronavirus Safety Guidelines

The Jersey Shore and beaches around New Jersey will be open for Memorial Day Weekend, with social distance restrictions still in place. Read full article: NJ Beaches Open For Memorial Day Weekend...→

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS will soon open nine drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in Pennsylvania, including one in Philadelphia, the company announced Thursday. Read full article: CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Tes...→

Over 1.5 million people have recovered from coronavirus around the world

Over 1.5 million people have recovered from coronavirus around the world

America's had more than 230,000 people recover from the virus, the most of any country worldwide. Read full article: Over 1.5 million people have recovered f...→

1. SPOTLIGHT ON CITY’S RACE LEGACY People who live in the small Georgia city whe [...]

1. SPOTLIGHT ON CITY’S RACE LEGACY People who live in the small Georgia city where Ahmaud Arbery was slain say despite racial inequality, Brunswick is not the [...] Read full article: 1. SPOTLIGHT ON CITY’S RACE LEGACY Peopl...→

People care more about Anthony Fauci’s bookshelf than his coronavirus testimony

People care more about Anthony Fauci’s bookshelf than his coronavirus testimony

Rad CD player! Dr. Anthony Fauci’s vast book collection and disk spinner from the 1990s were the talk of Twitter on Tuesday as he and others testified from hom [...] Read full article: People care more about Anthony Fauci’s b...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

Coronavirus Pennsylvania: Montgomery County Commissioner Ken Lawrence Tests Positive For COVID-19

Coronavirus Pennsylvania: Montgomery County Commissioner Ken Lawrence Tests Positive For COVID-19

The vice chair of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners Ken Lawrence is now self-isolating after he tested positive for the coronavirus. Read full article: Coronavirus Pennsylvania: Montgomery Cou...→

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Coronavirus has ripped through Boston’s nursing homes with “devastating” effects, Mayor Martin Walsh said  Monday as he vowed to keep a close eye on long-term [...] Read full article: Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences o...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

While health officials and city leaders continue to battle the coronavirus outbreak, another battle is taking place on the streets of Philadelphia as shootings [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney W...→

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Zoey Deutch 'lucky to be healthy' after battling coronavirus for a month, pleads for people to wear masks

Zoey Deutch 'lucky to be healthy' after battling coronavirus for a month, pleads for people to wear masks

Zoey Deutch revealed that she battled the coronavirus for more than a month in an impassioned plea for people to wear masks in public.  Read full article: Zoey Deutch 'lucky to be healthy' after ...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Shows ‘Positive’ Data: All 45 People Producing Antibodies

Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Shows ‘Positive’ Data: All 45 People Producing Antibodies

Moderna’s closely watched early-stage human trial for a coronavirus vaccine produced Covid-19 antibodies in all 45 participants, the biotech company announced [...] Read full article: Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Show...→

Protesters rally in Pennsylvania capital against coronavirus restrictions: 'Decisions by fiat'

Protesters rally in Pennsylvania capital against coronavirus restrictions: 'Decisions by fiat'

The rally was organized by ReOpen PA, a group that was involved in organizing a previous rally in Harrisburg and is associated with a handful of conservative a [...] Read full article: Protesters rally in Pennsylvania capital...→

Here’s How Wuhan Plans to Test All 11 Million of Its People for Coronavirus

Here’s How Wuhan Plans to Test All 11 Million of Its People for Coronavirus

The Chinese city’s goal is unrivaled in scale. But a top expert has questioned the need for it, given the low number of infections. Read full article: Here’s How Wuhan Plans to Test All 11 Mi...→

How people battling addiction are continuing treatment during the coronavirus pandemic

How people battling addiction are continuing treatment during the coronavirus pandemic

For Michiganders struggling with addiction, the challenges they face are only made worse by the financial strain and self-quarantining so many of us are dealin [...] Read full article: How people battling addiction are contin...→

‘Freedom now’: Trump fuels GOP coronavirus rebellion with Pennsylvania visit

‘Freedom now’: Trump fuels GOP coronavirus rebellion with Pennsylvania visit

President Trump will visit the sharply divided battleground state of Pennsylvania on Thursday as he encourages a rebellion by local Republican officials agains [...] Read full article: ‘Freedom now’: Trump fuels GOP coronavir...→

Indiana coronavirus death toll grows past 1,600 people

Indiana coronavirus death toll grows past 1,600 people

Indiana's coronavirus death toll has grown past 1,600 people as state health officials have added 41 fatalities involving confirmed or probable infections to t [...] Read full article: Indiana coronavirus death toll grows pas...→

NYPD: 9 of 10 arrests for coronavirus-related offenses involved black or Hispanic people, but not social distancing

NYPD: 9 of 10 arrests for coronavirus-related offenses involved black or Hispanic people, but not social distancing

More than 90 percent of coronavirus-related arrests made throughout New York City since the lockdown restrictions began in March were of black or Hispanic peop [...] Read full article: NYPD: 9 of 10 arrests for coronavirus-re...→

'People Need Healing And Hope': Santa Monica Musician Plays 'Amazing Grace' Each Night In Memory Of Coronavirus Victims

'People Need Healing And Hope': Santa Monica Musician Plays 'Amazing Grace' Each Night In Memory Of Coronavirus Victims

Each night since stay-at-home orders began, a Santa Monica bagpiper has been playing "Amazing Grace" from the Palisades bluff to honor all those who’ve died fr [...] Read full article: 'People Need Healing And Hope': Santa Mo...→

Coronavirus in Minnesota: How long before asymptomatic people can be tested?

Coronavirus in Minnesota: How long before asymptomatic people can be tested?

A few days after encouraging anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to get tested, Minnesota Department of Health commissioner Jan Malcolm told reporters its unlikely a [...] Read full article: Coronavirus in Minnesota: How long befor...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

Gov. Wolf discourages Pennsylvania residents from visiting beaches on Memorial Day weekend

Gov. Wolf discourages Pennsylvania residents from visiting beaches on Memorial Day weekend

Jersey Shore towns can open with restrictions for the holiday, but the governor is questioning the logic of doing so Read full article: Gov. Wolf discourages Pennsylvania resid...→

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — The number of COVID-19 cases in the state is has topped 61,000 as the death toll climbed above 4,400. In Philadelphia, 257 additional c [...] Read full article: Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylva...→

People Of Color Could Be Hit Hard In Rush To Reopen, LA City Councilman Warns

People Of Color Could Be Hit Hard In Rush To Reopen, LA City Councilman Warns

In the video he released on YouTube, Wesson says black, Latino and the working poor have died in higher numbers from coronavirus due to a long history of unequ [...] Read full article: People Of Color Could Be Hit Hard In Rus...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

Pennsylvania schools receive $523M in coronavirus-related funds

Pennsylvania schools receive $523M in coronavirus-related funds

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced Wednesday that the state will receive $523.8 million in emergency federal funding from the U.S. Department of Education to [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania schools receive $523M in co...→

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has set a May 17 target for nursing homes across the state to start reporting the number of novel coronavirus cases and d [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to...→

Coronavirus crisis leaves many people staring at high COBRA insurance costs

Coronavirus crisis leaves many people staring at high COBRA insurance costs

Thousands of Pennsylvania residents who lost jobs aren't eligible for Medicaid or Affordable Care Act plans, study finds Read full article: Coronavirus crisis leaves many people st...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Wolf said his administration will undertake the surveillance testing, with a goal of testing every resident and employee once a week, given the pandemic's trem [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begi...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→

Garcetti: City Parking Lots At Beaches Reopen, Slow Streets Program Expanding, Car Parades Allowed

Garcetti: City Parking Lots At Beaches Reopen, Slow Streets Program Expanding, Car Parades Allowed

Mayor Eric Garcetti Friday announced the city was taking additional steps toward reopening ahead of the Memorial Day weekend in the wake of the coronavirus pan [...] Read full article: Garcetti: City Parking Lots At Beaches R...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

Zoey Deutch 'lucky to be healthy' after battling coronavirus for a month, pleads for people to wear masks

Zoey Deutch 'lucky to be healthy' after battling coronavirus for a month, pleads for people to wear masks

Zoey Deutch revealed that she battled the coronavirus for more than a month in an impassioned plea for people to wear masks in public.  Read full article: Zoey Deutch 'lucky to be healthy' after ...→

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Discourages People Going To Beach For Memorial Day Weekend, Questions Why New Jersey, Maryland Beaches Are Open

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Discourages People Going To Beach For Memorial Day Weekend, Questions Why New Jersey, Maryland Beaches Are Open

With the Memorial Day holiday weekend approaching, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday questioned the wisdom of beach-going, even as governors in other states [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Discourages Peopl...→

Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Shows ‘Positive’ Data: All 45 People Producing Antibodies

Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Shows ‘Positive’ Data: All 45 People Producing Antibodies

Moderna’s closely watched early-stage human trial for a coronavirus vaccine produced Covid-19 antibodies in all 45 participants, the biotech company announced [...] Read full article: Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Show...→

People Of Color Could Be Hit Hard In Rush To Reopen, LA City Councilman Warns

People Of Color Could Be Hit Hard In Rush To Reopen, LA City Councilman Warns

In the video he released on YouTube, Wesson says black, Latino and the working poor have died in higher numbers from coronavirus due to a long history of unequ [...] Read full article: People Of Color Could Be Hit Hard In Rus...→

Here’s How Wuhan Plans to Test All 11 Million of Its People for Coronavirus

Here’s How Wuhan Plans to Test All 11 Million of Its People for Coronavirus

The Chinese city’s goal is unrivaled in scale. But a top expert has questioned the need for it, given the low number of infections. Read full article: Here’s How Wuhan Plans to Test All 11 Mi...→

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS will soon open nine drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in Pennsylvania, including one in Philadelphia, the company announced Thursday. Read full article: CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Tes...→

Pennsylvania schools receive $523M in coronavirus-related funds

Pennsylvania schools receive $523M in coronavirus-related funds

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced Wednesday that the state will receive $523.8 million in emergency federal funding from the U.S. Department of Education to [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania schools receive $523M in co...→

‘Freedom now’: Trump fuels GOP coronavirus rebellion with Pennsylvania visit

‘Freedom now’: Trump fuels GOP coronavirus rebellion with Pennsylvania visit

President Trump will visit the sharply divided battleground state of Pennsylvania on Thursday as he encourages a rebellion by local Republican officials agains [...] Read full article: ‘Freedom now’: Trump fuels GOP coronavir...→

Coronavirus crisis leaves many people staring at high COBRA insurance costs

Coronavirus crisis leaves many people staring at high COBRA insurance costs

Thousands of Pennsylvania residents who lost jobs aren't eligible for Medicaid or Affordable Care Act plans, study finds Read full article: Coronavirus crisis leaves many people st...→

1. SPOTLIGHT ON CITY’S RACE LEGACY People who live in the small Georgia city whe [...]

1. SPOTLIGHT ON CITY’S RACE LEGACY People who live in the small Georgia city where Ahmaud Arbery was slain say despite racial inequality, Brunswick is not the [...] Read full article: 1. SPOTLIGHT ON CITY’S RACE LEGACY Peopl...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

'People Need Healing And Hope': Santa Monica Musician Plays 'Amazing Grace' Each Night In Memory Of Coronavirus Victims

'People Need Healing And Hope': Santa Monica Musician Plays 'Amazing Grace' Each Night In Memory Of Coronavirus Victims

Each night since stay-at-home orders began, a Santa Monica bagpiper has been playing "Amazing Grace" from the Palisades bluff to honor all those who’ve died fr [...] Read full article: 'People Need Healing And Hope': Santa Mo...→

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Coronavirus has ripped through Boston’s nursing homes with “devastating” effects, Mayor Martin Walsh said  Monday as he vowed to keep a close eye on long-term [...] Read full article: Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences o...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

Coronavirus in Minnesota: How long before asymptomatic people can be tested?

Coronavirus in Minnesota: How long before asymptomatic people can be tested?

A few days after encouraging anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to get tested, Minnesota Department of Health commissioner Jan Malcolm told reporters its unlikely a [...] Read full article: Coronavirus in Minnesota: How long befor...→

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Gov. Wolf discourages Pennsylvania residents from visiting beaches on Memorial Day weekend

Gov. Wolf discourages Pennsylvania residents from visiting beaches on Memorial Day weekend

Jersey Shore towns can open with restrictions for the holiday, but the governor is questioning the logic of doing so Read full article: Gov. Wolf discourages Pennsylvania resid...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

Michigan courts expand virtual capabilities for people amid coronavirus pandemic

Michigan courts expand virtual capabilities for people amid coronavirus pandemic

The Michigan Supreme Court unveiled expanded capabilities for people to access virtual courtrooms amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Michigan courts expand virtual capabilit...→

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — The number of COVID-19 cases in the state is has topped 61,000 as the death toll climbed above 4,400. In Philadelphia, 257 additional c [...] Read full article: Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylva...→

Protesters rally in Pennsylvania capital against coronavirus restrictions: 'Decisions by fiat'

Protesters rally in Pennsylvania capital against coronavirus restrictions: 'Decisions by fiat'

The rally was organized by ReOpen PA, a group that was involved in organizing a previous rally in Harrisburg and is associated with a handful of conservative a [...] Read full article: Protesters rally in Pennsylvania capital...→

NJ Beaches Open For Memorial Day Weekend Under New Coronavirus Safety Guidelines

NJ Beaches Open For Memorial Day Weekend Under New Coronavirus Safety Guidelines

The Jersey Shore and beaches around New Jersey will be open for Memorial Day Weekend, with social distance restrictions still in place. Read full article: NJ Beaches Open For Memorial Day Weekend...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

How people battling addiction are continuing treatment during the coronavirus pandemic

How people battling addiction are continuing treatment during the coronavirus pandemic

For Michiganders struggling with addiction, the challenges they face are only made worse by the financial strain and self-quarantining so many of us are dealin [...] Read full article: How people battling addiction are contin...→

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has set a May 17 target for nursing homes across the state to start reporting the number of novel coronavirus cases and d [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to...→

Indiana coronavirus death toll grows past 1,600 people

Indiana coronavirus death toll grows past 1,600 people

Indiana's coronavirus death toll has grown past 1,600 people as state health officials have added 41 fatalities involving confirmed or probable infections to t [...] Read full article: Indiana coronavirus death toll grows pas...→

Over 1.5 million people have recovered from coronavirus around the world

Over 1.5 million people have recovered from coronavirus around the world

America's had more than 230,000 people recover from the virus, the most of any country worldwide. Read full article: Over 1.5 million people have recovered f...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

NYPD: 9 of 10 arrests for coronavirus-related offenses involved black or Hispanic people, but not social distancing

NYPD: 9 of 10 arrests for coronavirus-related offenses involved black or Hispanic people, but not social distancing

More than 90 percent of coronavirus-related arrests made throughout New York City since the lockdown restrictions began in March were of black or Hispanic peop [...] Read full article: NYPD: 9 of 10 arrests for coronavirus-re...→

People care more about Anthony Fauci’s bookshelf than his coronavirus testimony

People care more about Anthony Fauci’s bookshelf than his coronavirus testimony

Rad CD player! Dr. Anthony Fauci’s vast book collection and disk spinner from the 1990s were the talk of Twitter on Tuesday as he and others testified from hom [...] Read full article: People care more about Anthony Fauci’s b...→

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Wolf said his administration will undertake the surveillance testing, with a goal of testing every resident and employee once a week, given the pandemic's trem [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begi...→

Coronavirus Pennsylvania: Montgomery County Commissioner Ken Lawrence Tests Positive For COVID-19

Coronavirus Pennsylvania: Montgomery County Commissioner Ken Lawrence Tests Positive For COVID-19

The vice chair of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners Ken Lawrence is now self-isolating after he tested positive for the coronavirus. Read full article: Coronavirus Pennsylvania: Montgomery Cou...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

While health officials and city leaders continue to battle the coronavirus outbreak, another battle is taking place on the streets of Philadelphia as shootings [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney W...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→

Garcetti: City Parking Lots At Beaches Reopen, Slow Streets Program Expanding, Car Parades Allowed

Garcetti: City Parking Lots At Beaches Reopen, Slow Streets Program Expanding, Car Parades Allowed

Mayor Eric Garcetti Friday announced the city was taking additional steps toward reopening ahead of the Memorial Day weekend in the wake of the coronavirus pan [...] Read full article: Garcetti: City Parking Lots At Beaches R...→

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

Zoey Deutch 'lucky to be healthy' after battling coronavirus for a month, pleads for people to wear masks

Zoey Deutch 'lucky to be healthy' after battling coronavirus for a month, pleads for people to wear masks

Zoey Deutch revealed that she battled the coronavirus for more than a month in an impassioned plea for people to wear masks in public.  Read full article: Zoey Deutch 'lucky to be healthy' after ...→

Gov. Wolf discourages Pennsylvania residents from visiting beaches on Memorial Day weekend

Gov. Wolf discourages Pennsylvania residents from visiting beaches on Memorial Day weekend

Jersey Shore towns can open with restrictions for the holiday, but the governor is questioning the logic of doing so Read full article: Gov. Wolf discourages Pennsylvania resid...→

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Discourages People Going To Beach For Memorial Day Weekend, Questions Why New Jersey, Maryland Beaches Are Open

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Discourages People Going To Beach For Memorial Day Weekend, Questions Why New Jersey, Maryland Beaches Are Open

With the Memorial Day holiday weekend approaching, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday questioned the wisdom of beach-going, even as governors in other states [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Discourages Peopl...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

Michigan courts expand virtual capabilities for people amid coronavirus pandemic

Michigan courts expand virtual capabilities for people amid coronavirus pandemic

The Michigan Supreme Court unveiled expanded capabilities for people to access virtual courtrooms amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Michigan courts expand virtual capabilit...→

Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Shows ‘Positive’ Data: All 45 People Producing Antibodies

Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Shows ‘Positive’ Data: All 45 People Producing Antibodies

Moderna’s closely watched early-stage human trial for a coronavirus vaccine produced Covid-19 antibodies in all 45 participants, the biotech company announced [...] Read full article: Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Show...→

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — The number of COVID-19 cases in the state is has topped 61,000 as the death toll climbed above 4,400. In Philadelphia, 257 additional c [...] Read full article: Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylva...→

Protesters rally in Pennsylvania capital against coronavirus restrictions: 'Decisions by fiat'

Protesters rally in Pennsylvania capital against coronavirus restrictions: 'Decisions by fiat'

The rally was organized by ReOpen PA, a group that was involved in organizing a previous rally in Harrisburg and is associated with a handful of conservative a [...] Read full article: Protesters rally in Pennsylvania capital...→

People Of Color Could Be Hit Hard In Rush To Reopen, LA City Councilman Warns

People Of Color Could Be Hit Hard In Rush To Reopen, LA City Councilman Warns

In the video he released on YouTube, Wesson says black, Latino and the working poor have died in higher numbers from coronavirus due to a long history of unequ [...] Read full article: People Of Color Could Be Hit Hard In Rus...→

NJ Beaches Open For Memorial Day Weekend Under New Coronavirus Safety Guidelines

NJ Beaches Open For Memorial Day Weekend Under New Coronavirus Safety Guidelines

The Jersey Shore and beaches around New Jersey will be open for Memorial Day Weekend, with social distance restrictions still in place. Read full article: NJ Beaches Open For Memorial Day Weekend...→

Here’s How Wuhan Plans to Test All 11 Million of Its People for Coronavirus

Here’s How Wuhan Plans to Test All 11 Million of Its People for Coronavirus

The Chinese city’s goal is unrivaled in scale. But a top expert has questioned the need for it, given the low number of infections. Read full article: Here’s How Wuhan Plans to Test All 11 Mi...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS will soon open nine drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in Pennsylvania, including one in Philadelphia, the company announced Thursday. Read full article: CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Tes...→

How people battling addiction are continuing treatment during the coronavirus pandemic

How people battling addiction are continuing treatment during the coronavirus pandemic

For Michiganders struggling with addiction, the challenges they face are only made worse by the financial strain and self-quarantining so many of us are dealin [...] Read full article: How people battling addiction are contin...→

Pennsylvania schools receive $523M in coronavirus-related funds

Pennsylvania schools receive $523M in coronavirus-related funds

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced Wednesday that the state will receive $523.8 million in emergency federal funding from the U.S. Department of Education to [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania schools receive $523M in co...→

‘Freedom now’: Trump fuels GOP coronavirus rebellion with Pennsylvania visit

‘Freedom now’: Trump fuels GOP coronavirus rebellion with Pennsylvania visit

President Trump will visit the sharply divided battleground state of Pennsylvania on Thursday as he encourages a rebellion by local Republican officials agains [...] Read full article: ‘Freedom now’: Trump fuels GOP coronavir...→

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has set a May 17 target for nursing homes across the state to start reporting the number of novel coronavirus cases and d [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to...→

Indiana coronavirus death toll grows past 1,600 people

Indiana coronavirus death toll grows past 1,600 people

Indiana's coronavirus death toll has grown past 1,600 people as state health officials have added 41 fatalities involving confirmed or probable infections to t [...] Read full article: Indiana coronavirus death toll grows pas...→

Coronavirus crisis leaves many people staring at high COBRA insurance costs

Coronavirus crisis leaves many people staring at high COBRA insurance costs

Thousands of Pennsylvania residents who lost jobs aren't eligible for Medicaid or Affordable Care Act plans, study finds Read full article: Coronavirus crisis leaves many people st...→

Over 1.5 million people have recovered from coronavirus around the world

Over 1.5 million people have recovered from coronavirus around the world

America's had more than 230,000 people recover from the virus, the most of any country worldwide. Read full article: Over 1.5 million people have recovered f...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

1. SPOTLIGHT ON CITY’S RACE LEGACY People who live in the small Georgia city whe [...]

1. SPOTLIGHT ON CITY’S RACE LEGACY People who live in the small Georgia city where Ahmaud Arbery was slain say despite racial inequality, Brunswick is not the [...] Read full article: 1. SPOTLIGHT ON CITY’S RACE LEGACY Peopl...→

NYPD: 9 of 10 arrests for coronavirus-related offenses involved black or Hispanic people, but not social distancing

NYPD: 9 of 10 arrests for coronavirus-related offenses involved black or Hispanic people, but not social distancing

More than 90 percent of coronavirus-related arrests made throughout New York City since the lockdown restrictions began in March were of black or Hispanic peop [...] Read full article: NYPD: 9 of 10 arrests for coronavirus-re...→

People care more about Anthony Fauci’s bookshelf than his coronavirus testimony

People care more about Anthony Fauci’s bookshelf than his coronavirus testimony

Rad CD player! Dr. Anthony Fauci’s vast book collection and disk spinner from the 1990s were the talk of Twitter on Tuesday as he and others testified from hom [...] Read full article: People care more about Anthony Fauci’s b...→

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Wolf said his administration will undertake the surveillance testing, with a goal of testing every resident and employee once a week, given the pandemic's trem [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begi...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

Coronavirus Pennsylvania: Montgomery County Commissioner Ken Lawrence Tests Positive For COVID-19

Coronavirus Pennsylvania: Montgomery County Commissioner Ken Lawrence Tests Positive For COVID-19

The vice chair of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners Ken Lawrence is now self-isolating after he tested positive for the coronavirus. Read full article: Coronavirus Pennsylvania: Montgomery Cou...→

'People Need Healing And Hope': Santa Monica Musician Plays 'Amazing Grace' Each Night In Memory Of Coronavirus Victims

'People Need Healing And Hope': Santa Monica Musician Plays 'Amazing Grace' Each Night In Memory Of Coronavirus Victims

Each night since stay-at-home orders began, a Santa Monica bagpiper has been playing "Amazing Grace" from the Palisades bluff to honor all those who’ve died fr [...] Read full article: 'People Need Healing And Hope': Santa Mo...→

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Coronavirus has ripped through Boston’s nursing homes with “devastating” effects, Mayor Martin Walsh said  Monday as he vowed to keep a close eye on long-term [...] Read full article: Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences o...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

While health officials and city leaders continue to battle the coronavirus outbreak, another battle is taking place on the streets of Philadelphia as shootings [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney W...→

Coronavirus in Minnesota: How long before asymptomatic people can be tested?

Coronavirus in Minnesota: How long before asymptomatic people can be tested?

A few days after encouraging anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to get tested, Minnesota Department of Health commissioner Jan Malcolm told reporters its unlikely a [...] Read full article: Coronavirus in Minnesota: How long befor...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→