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Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Tells Residents Still Not Wearing Face Coverings Outside To 'Just Put On The Damn Mask'

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Tells Residents Still Not Wearing Face Coverings Outside To 'Just Put On The Damn Mask'

Despite the good news, Kenney says he’s still disturbed by the number of people around the city not wearing masks or facial coverings. Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney T...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Tells Residents Still Not Wearing Face Coverings Outside To 'Just Put On The Damn Mask'

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Tells Residents Still Not Wearing Face Coverings Outside To 'Just Put On The Damn Mask'

Despite the good news, Kenney says he’s still disturbed by the number of people around the city not wearing masks or facial coverings. Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney T...→

'We Are Going To Need Help': Mayor Frey Calls On Federal Assistance For Mpls. Businesses, Residents

'We Are Going To Need Help': Mayor Frey Calls On Federal Assistance For Mpls. Businesses, Residents

When asked how he sees his role as a city leader during this pandemic, he said he’s looking at Gov. Tim Walz’s leadership to guide his own. Read full article: 'We Are Going To Need Help': Mayor Frey ...→

Atlanta mayor: Georgia's reopening 'not as bad' as feared despite coronavirus

Atlanta mayor: Georgia's reopening 'not as bad' as feared despite coronavirus

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Monday that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s move to reopen the state's economy has not been “as bad” as she thought.  Read full article: Atlanta mayor: Georgia's reopening 'not ...→

Wearing a Mask Can Significantly Reduce Coronavirus Transmission, Study on Hamsters Claims

Wearing a Mask Can Significantly Reduce Coronavirus Transmission, Study on Hamsters Claims

As the debate over the effectiveness of wearing masks during a pandemic continues, a new study gives weight to arguments by medical professionals and governmen [...] Read full article: Wearing a Mask Can Significantly Reduce ...→

Santa Ana Will Give $1,500 in Coronavirus Relief to Residents. Here’s How to Apply

Santa Ana Will Give $1,500 in Coronavirus Relief to Residents. Here’s How to Apply

The city of Santa Ana approved a $500,000 relief fund for residents who can’t pay their rents due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the city will be awarding se [...] Read full article: Santa Ana Will Give $1,500 in Coronaviru...→

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

While only 1.6 percent of the U.S. population – 5.1 million people as of 2016 – lives in nursing homes and other residential care facilities, an estimated 40 p [...] Read full article: Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavi...→

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 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...→

One-Third of All U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Are Nursing Home Residents or Workers

One-Third of All U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Are Nursing Home Residents or Workers

In at least 13 states, more than half of coronavirus deaths are tied to long-term care facilities for older adults, according to a New York Times database. Read full article: One-Third of All U.S. Coronavirus Deaths...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Demanding Business Reopen Because ‘We Just Can’t Go Into Another Great Depression’

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Demanding Business Reopen Because ‘We Just Can’t Go Into Another Great Depression’

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The reopening debate continues to rage across the nation and here in Philadelphia as a protest in favor took place Friday in Center City. [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Dem...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Take To The Streets Demanding Businesses Around City Reopen

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Take To The Streets Demanding Businesses Around City Reopen

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A protest in favor of reopening got underway Friday in Center City Philadelphia. Twenty-four counties in the north-central and northwest p [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Tak...→

Las Vegas mayor who offered her city as coronavirus

Las Vegas mayor who offered her city as coronavirus "control group" faces recall petition filed by poker pro

"[Goodman has] failed to responsibly represent her constituency, not only in her clear disregard for public health, but also in her support for the casino owne [...] Read full article: Las Vegas mayor who offered her city as ...→

Coronavirus Updates: Gov. Walz Announces ‘Battle Plan’ To Protect Long-Term Care Residents, Workers

Coronavirus Updates: Gov. Walz Announces ‘Battle Plan’ To Protect Long-Term Care Residents, Workers

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has announced a “battle plan” to protect those living and working in long-term care (LTC) facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Coronavirus Updates: Gov. Walz Announces...→

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

"You can study a pandemic till you’re blue in the face, but you never know what it’s going to be like until it happens." Read full article: 16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelp...→

Black South Carolina residents more than twice as concerned about coronavirus than whites, poll finds

Black South Carolina residents more than twice as concerned about coronavirus than whites, poll finds

Nearly 70 percent of black South Carolina residents are "extremely concerned" with COVID-19 outbreaks in their community compared to just 27 percent of whites, [...] Read full article: Black South Carolina residents more than...→

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley told Philadelphians they will have to change their behavior about wearing face coverings as the city approaches the next [...] Read full article: Philly Health Commissioner Says Resident...→

Colorado’s governor announces free coronavirus testing, including for residents without symptoms

Colorado’s governor announces free coronavirus testing, including for residents without symptoms

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said Monday the state is now offering free coronavirus testing to any residents who need it, with or without symptoms. Read full article: Colorado’s governor announces free coron...→

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

Data released Friday shows more than 3,000 nursing home residents in Texas have tested positive for the coronavirus. Read full article: More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Resid...→

California may ‘become a red state’ because of failed coronavirus leadership, Navarro tells Hannity

California may ‘become a red state’ because of failed coronavirus leadership, Navarro tells Hannity

The nation’s most populous state is making a mistake by not following the lead of other states like Georgia and Florida that are working to reopen their econom [...] Read full article: California may ‘become a red state’ beca...→

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

PINELLAS PARK, Fla. -- Nearly two dozen nursing home residents were taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, a Pinellas county official co [...] Read full article: 21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents ...→

Wuhan draws up plans to test all 11 million residents for coronavirus after fresh outbreak: reports

Wuhan draws up plans to test all 11 million residents for coronavirus after fresh outbreak: reports

The Chinese city of Wuhan, believed to be the epicenter of the global coronavirus pandemic, is planning to test all 11 million residents within the next 10 day [...] Read full article: Wuhan draws up plans to test all 11 mill...→

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

NBC News’ Cynthia McFadden has a look inside the state’s all-COVID-19 facility for nursing home residents getting out of the hospital. Read full article: Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only fa...→

New York Enacts New Coronavirus Protections for Nursing Home Residents

New York state announced new protections on Sunday for residents of nursing homes, which have accounted for a large percentage of the almost 80,000 coronavirus [...] Read full article: New York Enacts New Coronavirus Protecti...→

Mayor Lightfoot Asks Chicago Residents to Fill Out Survey on Reopening

Mayor Lightfoot Asks Chicago Residents to Fill Out Survey on Reopening

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Friday asked residents to take a survey to help the city gauge public opinion regarding stay-at-home orders and plans for reope [...] Read full article: Mayor Lightfoot Asks Chicago Residents t...→

After Delay Due to Coronavirus, Funeral Held for Slain Philadelphia SWAT Officer

After Delay Due to Coronavirus, Funeral Held for Slain Philadelphia SWAT Officer

Loved ones of Philadelphia Police SWAT Cpl. James O’Connor IV, killed in the line of duty in March, were finally able to gather for his funeral Friday, after a [...] Read full article: After Delay Due to Coronavirus, Funeral ...→

Rhode Island mayor: People not wearing coronavirus masks should be 'socially shamed'

Rhode Island mayor: People not wearing coronavirus masks should be 'socially shamed'

The Mayor of Providence Rhode Island, Jorge Elorza, encouraged residents on Tuesday to "socially shame" those who don't wear masks in public, to help limit the [...] Read full article: Rhode Island mayor: People not wearing c...→

Coronavirus prompts New York town to suggest its 200,000 residents go on a diet

Coronavirus prompts New York town to suggest its 200,000 residents go on a diet

Officials in a Long Island, N.Y., town wants its some 200,000 residents to shed some pounds in an effort to stave off the novel coronavirus and reverse any qua [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts New York town to sug...→

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

COVID-19 was already spreading through cells at city jails when officials released more than 1,500 inmates for their safety. They went home without knowing if [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphi...→

More than 1,200 NYCHA residents have died from coronavirus: stats

More than 1,200 NYCHA residents have died from coronavirus: stats

The coronavirus pandemic has killed more than 1,200 New Yorkers who live in the Big Apple’s public housing complexes and sickened another 6,600 tenants there, [...] Read full article: More than 1,200 NYCHA residents have die...→

Dozens of churchgoers defy Illinois' coronavirus stay-at-home order, Chicago mayor to issue citations

Dozens of churchgoers defy Illinois' coronavirus stay-at-home order, Chicago mayor to issue citations

Churchgoers in Chicago could face citations pending a review for attending in-person services, according to the mayor's office. Read full article: Dozens of churchgoers defy Illinois' cor...→

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...→

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...→

Ex-Mayor W. Wilson Goode Calls For Philadelphia Apology For 1985 MOVE Bombing As 35th Anniversary Approaches

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The former Philadelphia mayor who led the city 3 1/2 decades ago when police dropped a bomb on a row house and caused an inferno that kille [...] Read full article: Ex-Mayor W. Wilson Goode Calls For Phila...→

Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphia To Launch Cash Grant Program To Help Low-Income Families Struggling During Health Pandemic

Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphia To Launch Cash Grant Program To Help Low-Income Families Struggling During Health Pandemic

The City of Philadelphia is launching a program to help residents who are struggling financially because of the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphia To Laun...→

Navajo Nation residents face coronavirus without running water

Navajo Nation residents face coronavirus without running water

"Our needs are dire," one community leader said. "We feel like we're forgotten at times." Read full article: Navajo Nation residents face coronavirus...→

Coronavirus Latest: Shutdown To Lift Around Western Pennsylvania Next Week As Stay-At-Home Orders Extended For Philadelphia Region

Coronavirus Latest: Shutdown To Lift Around Western Pennsylvania Next Week As Stay-At-Home Orders Extended For Philadelphia Region

Gov. Tom Wolf will announce that 13 more western counties, including much of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area, can shed his most restrictive pandemic orders on [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Shutdown To Lift Aro...→

'We Are Going To Need Help': Mayor Frey Calls On Federal Assistance For Mpls. Businesses, Residents

'We Are Going To Need Help': Mayor Frey Calls On Federal Assistance For Mpls. Businesses, Residents

When asked how he sees his role as a city leader during this pandemic, he said he’s looking at Gov. Tim Walz’s leadership to guide his own. Read full article: 'We Are Going To Need Help': Mayor Frey ...→

Black South Carolina residents more than twice as concerned about coronavirus than whites, poll finds

Black South Carolina residents more than twice as concerned about coronavirus than whites, poll finds

Nearly 70 percent of black South Carolina residents are "extremely concerned" with COVID-19 outbreaks in their community compared to just 27 percent of whites, [...] Read full article: Black South Carolina residents more than...→

Wearing a Mask Can Significantly Reduce Coronavirus Transmission, Study on Hamsters Claims

Wearing a Mask Can Significantly Reduce Coronavirus Transmission, Study on Hamsters Claims

As the debate over the effectiveness of wearing masks during a pandemic continues, a new study gives weight to arguments by medical professionals and governmen [...] Read full article: Wearing a Mask Can Significantly Reduce ...→

More than 1,200 NYCHA residents have died from coronavirus: stats

More than 1,200 NYCHA residents have died from coronavirus: stats

The coronavirus pandemic has killed more than 1,200 New Yorkers who live in the Big Apple’s public housing complexes and sickened another 6,600 tenants there, [...] Read full article: More than 1,200 NYCHA residents have die...→

Colorado’s governor announces free coronavirus testing, including for residents without symptoms

Colorado’s governor announces free coronavirus testing, including for residents without symptoms

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said Monday the state is now offering free coronavirus testing to any residents who need it, with or without symptoms. Read full article: Colorado’s governor announces free coron...→

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

While only 1.6 percent of the U.S. population – 5.1 million people as of 2016 – lives in nursing homes and other residential care facilities, an estimated 40 p [...] Read full article: Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavi...→

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...→

California may ‘become a red state’ because of failed coronavirus leadership, Navarro tells Hannity

California may ‘become a red state’ because of failed coronavirus leadership, Navarro tells Hannity

The nation’s most populous state is making a mistake by not following the lead of other states like Georgia and Florida that are working to reopen their econom [...] Read full article: California may ‘become a red state’ beca...→

Wuhan draws up plans to test all 11 million residents for coronavirus after fresh outbreak: reports

Wuhan draws up plans to test all 11 million residents for coronavirus after fresh outbreak: reports

The Chinese city of Wuhan, believed to be the epicenter of the global coronavirus pandemic, is planning to test all 11 million residents within the next 10 day [...] Read full article: Wuhan draws up plans to test all 11 mill...→

Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphia To Launch Cash Grant Program To Help Low-Income Families Struggling During Health Pandemic

Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphia To Launch Cash Grant Program To Help Low-Income Families Struggling During Health Pandemic

The City of Philadelphia is launching a program to help residents who are struggling financially because of the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphia To Laun...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Demanding Business Reopen Because ‘We Just Can’t Go Into Another Great Depression’

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Demanding Business Reopen Because ‘We Just Can’t Go Into Another Great Depression’

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The reopening debate continues to rage across the nation and here in Philadelphia as a protest in favor took place Friday in Center City. [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Dem...→

Coronavirus Latest: Shutdown To Lift Around Western Pennsylvania Next Week As Stay-At-Home Orders Extended For Philadelphia Region

Coronavirus Latest: Shutdown To Lift Around Western Pennsylvania Next Week As Stay-At-Home Orders Extended For Philadelphia Region

Gov. Tom Wolf will announce that 13 more western counties, including much of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area, can shed his most restrictive pandemic orders on [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Shutdown To Lift Aro...→

After Delay Due to Coronavirus, Funeral Held for Slain Philadelphia SWAT Officer

After Delay Due to Coronavirus, Funeral Held for Slain Philadelphia SWAT Officer

Loved ones of Philadelphia Police SWAT Cpl. James O’Connor IV, killed in the line of duty in March, were finally able to gather for his funeral Friday, after a [...] Read full article: After Delay Due to Coronavirus, Funeral ...→

Las Vegas mayor who offered her city as coronavirus

Las Vegas mayor who offered her city as coronavirus "control group" faces recall petition filed by poker pro

"[Goodman has] failed to responsibly represent her constituency, not only in her clear disregard for public health, but also in her support for the casino owne [...] Read full article: Las Vegas mayor who offered her city as ...→

Rhode Island mayor: People not wearing coronavirus masks should be 'socially shamed'

Rhode Island mayor: People not wearing coronavirus masks should be 'socially shamed'

The Mayor of Providence Rhode Island, Jorge Elorza, encouraged residents on Tuesday to "socially shame" those who don't wear masks in public, to help limit the [...] Read full article: Rhode Island mayor: People not wearing c...→

Coronavirus Updates: Gov. Walz Announces ‘Battle Plan’ To Protect Long-Term Care Residents, Workers

Coronavirus Updates: Gov. Walz Announces ‘Battle Plan’ To Protect Long-Term Care Residents, Workers

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has announced a “battle plan” to protect those living and working in long-term care (LTC) facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Coronavirus Updates: Gov. Walz Announces...→

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

"You can study a pandemic till you’re blue in the face, but you never know what it’s going to be like until it happens." Read full article: 16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelp...→

Atlanta mayor: Georgia's reopening 'not as bad' as feared despite coronavirus

Atlanta mayor: Georgia's reopening 'not as bad' as feared despite coronavirus

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Monday that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s move to reopen the state's economy has not been “as bad” as she thought.  Read full article: Atlanta mayor: Georgia's reopening 'not ...→

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

COVID-19 was already spreading through cells at city jails when officials released more than 1,500 inmates for their safety. They went home without knowing if [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphi...→

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley told Philadelphians they will have to change their behavior about wearing face coverings as the city approaches the next [...] Read full article: Philly Health Commissioner Says Resident...→

Santa Ana Will Give $1,500 in Coronavirus Relief to Residents. Here’s How to Apply

Santa Ana Will Give $1,500 in Coronavirus Relief to Residents. Here’s How to Apply

The city of Santa Ana approved a $500,000 relief fund for residents who can’t pay their rents due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the city will be awarding se [...] Read full article: Santa Ana Will Give $1,500 in Coronaviru...→

Dozens of churchgoers defy Illinois' coronavirus stay-at-home order, Chicago mayor to issue citations

Dozens of churchgoers defy Illinois' coronavirus stay-at-home order, Chicago mayor to issue citations

Churchgoers in Chicago could face citations pending a review for attending in-person services, according to the mayor's office. Read full article: Dozens of churchgoers defy Illinois' cor...→

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

Data released Friday shows more than 3,000 nursing home residents in Texas have tested positive for the coronavirus. Read full article: More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Resid...→

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...→

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

PINELLAS PARK, Fla. -- Nearly two dozen nursing home residents were taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, a Pinellas county official co [...] Read full article: 21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents ...→

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...→

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

NBC News’ Cynthia McFadden has a look inside the state’s all-COVID-19 facility for nursing home residents getting out of the hospital. Read full article: Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only fa...→

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...→

Ex-Mayor W. Wilson Goode Calls For Philadelphia Apology For 1985 MOVE Bombing As 35th Anniversary Approaches

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The former Philadelphia mayor who led the city 3 1/2 decades ago when police dropped a bomb on a row house and caused an inferno that kille [...] Read full article: Ex-Mayor W. Wilson Goode Calls For Phila...→

New York Enacts New Coronavirus Protections for Nursing Home Residents

New York state announced new protections on Sunday for residents of nursing homes, which have accounted for a large percentage of the almost 80,000 coronavirus [...] Read full article: New York Enacts New Coronavirus Protecti...→

One-Third of All U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Are Nursing Home Residents or Workers

One-Third of All U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Are Nursing Home Residents or Workers

In at least 13 states, more than half of coronavirus deaths are tied to long-term care facilities for older adults, according to a New York Times database. Read full article: One-Third of All U.S. Coronavirus Deaths...→

Navajo Nation residents face coronavirus without running water

Navajo Nation residents face coronavirus without running water

"Our needs are dire," one community leader said. "We feel like we're forgotten at times." Read full article: Navajo Nation residents face coronavirus...→

Mayor Lightfoot Asks Chicago Residents to Fill Out Survey on Reopening

Mayor Lightfoot Asks Chicago Residents to Fill Out Survey on Reopening

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Friday asked residents to take a survey to help the city gauge public opinion regarding stay-at-home orders and plans for reope [...] Read full article: Mayor Lightfoot Asks Chicago Residents t...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Take To The Streets Demanding Businesses Around City Reopen

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Take To The Streets Demanding Businesses Around City Reopen

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A protest in favor of reopening got underway Friday in Center City Philadelphia. Twenty-four counties in the north-central and northwest p [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Tak...→

Coronavirus prompts New York town to suggest its 200,000 residents go on a diet

Coronavirus prompts New York town to suggest its 200,000 residents go on a diet

Officials in a Long Island, N.Y., town wants its some 200,000 residents to shed some pounds in an effort to stave off the novel coronavirus and reverse any qua [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts New York town to sug...→

'We Are Going To Need Help': Mayor Frey Calls On Federal Assistance For Mpls. Businesses, Residents

'We Are Going To Need Help': Mayor Frey Calls On Federal Assistance For Mpls. Businesses, Residents

When asked how he sees his role as a city leader during this pandemic, he said he’s looking at Gov. Tim Walz’s leadership to guide his own. Read full article: 'We Are Going To Need Help': Mayor Frey ...→

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

"You can study a pandemic till you’re blue in the face, but you never know what it’s going to be like until it happens." Read full article: 16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelp...→

Atlanta mayor: Georgia's reopening 'not as bad' as feared despite coronavirus

Atlanta mayor: Georgia's reopening 'not as bad' as feared despite coronavirus

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Monday that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s move to reopen the state's economy has not been “as bad” as she thought.  Read full article: Atlanta mayor: Georgia's reopening 'not ...→

Black South Carolina residents more than twice as concerned about coronavirus than whites, poll finds

Black South Carolina residents more than twice as concerned about coronavirus than whites, poll finds

Nearly 70 percent of black South Carolina residents are "extremely concerned" with COVID-19 outbreaks in their community compared to just 27 percent of whites, [...] Read full article: Black South Carolina residents more than...→

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

COVID-19 was already spreading through cells at city jails when officials released more than 1,500 inmates for their safety. They went home without knowing if [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphi...→

Wearing a Mask Can Significantly Reduce Coronavirus Transmission, Study on Hamsters Claims

Wearing a Mask Can Significantly Reduce Coronavirus Transmission, Study on Hamsters Claims

As the debate over the effectiveness of wearing masks during a pandemic continues, a new study gives weight to arguments by medical professionals and governmen [...] Read full article: Wearing a Mask Can Significantly Reduce ...→

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley told Philadelphians they will have to change their behavior about wearing face coverings as the city approaches the next [...] Read full article: Philly Health Commissioner Says Resident...→

More than 1,200 NYCHA residents have died from coronavirus: stats

More than 1,200 NYCHA residents have died from coronavirus: stats

The coronavirus pandemic has killed more than 1,200 New Yorkers who live in the Big Apple’s public housing complexes and sickened another 6,600 tenants there, [...] Read full article: More than 1,200 NYCHA residents have die...→

Santa Ana Will Give $1,500 in Coronavirus Relief to Residents. Here’s How to Apply

Santa Ana Will Give $1,500 in Coronavirus Relief to Residents. Here’s How to Apply

The city of Santa Ana approved a $500,000 relief fund for residents who can’t pay their rents due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the city will be awarding se [...] Read full article: Santa Ana Will Give $1,500 in Coronaviru...→

Colorado’s governor announces free coronavirus testing, including for residents without symptoms

Colorado’s governor announces free coronavirus testing, including for residents without symptoms

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said Monday the state is now offering free coronavirus testing to any residents who need it, with or without symptoms. Read full article: Colorado’s governor announces free coron...→

Dozens of churchgoers defy Illinois' coronavirus stay-at-home order, Chicago mayor to issue citations

Dozens of churchgoers defy Illinois' coronavirus stay-at-home order, Chicago mayor to issue citations

Churchgoers in Chicago could face citations pending a review for attending in-person services, according to the mayor's office. Read full article: Dozens of churchgoers defy Illinois' cor...→

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

While only 1.6 percent of the U.S. population – 5.1 million people as of 2016 – lives in nursing homes and other residential care facilities, an estimated 40 p [...] Read full article: Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavi...→

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

Data released Friday shows more than 3,000 nursing home residents in Texas have tested positive for the coronavirus. Read full article: More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home 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...→

California may ‘become a red state’ because of failed coronavirus leadership, Navarro tells Hannity

California may ‘become a red state’ because of failed coronavirus leadership, Navarro tells Hannity

The nation’s most populous state is making a mistake by not following the lead of other states like Georgia and Florida that are working to reopen their econom [...] Read full article: California may ‘become a red state’ beca...→

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...→

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

PINELLAS PARK, Fla. -- Nearly two dozen nursing home residents were taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, a Pinellas county official co [...] Read full article: 21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents ...→

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...→

Wuhan draws up plans to test all 11 million residents for coronavirus after fresh outbreak: reports

Wuhan draws up plans to test all 11 million residents for coronavirus after fresh outbreak: reports

The Chinese city of Wuhan, believed to be the epicenter of the global coronavirus pandemic, is planning to test all 11 million residents within the next 10 day [...] Read full article: Wuhan draws up plans to test all 11 mill...→

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

NBC News’ Cynthia McFadden has a look inside the state’s all-COVID-19 facility for nursing home residents getting out of the hospital. Read full article: Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only fa...→

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...→

Ex-Mayor W. Wilson Goode Calls For Philadelphia Apology For 1985 MOVE Bombing As 35th Anniversary Approaches

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The former Philadelphia mayor who led the city 3 1/2 decades ago when police dropped a bomb on a row house and caused an inferno that kille [...] Read full article: Ex-Mayor W. Wilson Goode Calls For Phila...→

New York Enacts New Coronavirus Protections for Nursing Home Residents

New York state announced new protections on Sunday for residents of nursing homes, which have accounted for a large percentage of the almost 80,000 coronavirus [...] Read full article: New York Enacts New Coronavirus Protecti...→

Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphia To Launch Cash Grant Program To Help Low-Income Families Struggling During Health Pandemic

Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphia To Launch Cash Grant Program To Help Low-Income Families Struggling During Health Pandemic

The City of Philadelphia is launching a program to help residents who are struggling financially because of the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphia To Laun...→

One-Third of All U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Are Nursing Home Residents or Workers

One-Third of All U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Are Nursing Home Residents or Workers

In at least 13 states, more than half of coronavirus deaths are tied to long-term care facilities for older adults, according to a New York Times database. Read full article: One-Third of All U.S. Coronavirus Deaths...→

Navajo Nation residents face coronavirus without running water

Navajo Nation residents face coronavirus without running water

"Our needs are dire," one community leader said. "We feel like we're forgotten at times." Read full article: Navajo Nation residents face coronavirus...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Demanding Business Reopen Because ‘We Just Can’t Go Into Another Great Depression’

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Demanding Business Reopen Because ‘We Just Can’t Go Into Another Great Depression’

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The reopening debate continues to rage across the nation and here in Philadelphia as a protest in favor took place Friday in Center City. [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Dem...→

Mayor Lightfoot Asks Chicago Residents to Fill Out Survey on Reopening

Mayor Lightfoot Asks Chicago Residents to Fill Out Survey on Reopening

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Friday asked residents to take a survey to help the city gauge public opinion regarding stay-at-home orders and plans for reope [...] Read full article: Mayor Lightfoot Asks Chicago Residents t...→

Coronavirus Latest: Shutdown To Lift Around Western Pennsylvania Next Week As Stay-At-Home Orders Extended For Philadelphia Region

Coronavirus Latest: Shutdown To Lift Around Western Pennsylvania Next Week As Stay-At-Home Orders Extended For Philadelphia Region

Gov. Tom Wolf will announce that 13 more western counties, including much of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area, can shed his most restrictive pandemic orders on [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Shutdown To Lift Aro...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Take To The Streets Demanding Businesses Around City Reopen

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Take To The Streets Demanding Businesses Around City Reopen

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A protest in favor of reopening got underway Friday in Center City Philadelphia. Twenty-four counties in the north-central and northwest p [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Protesters Tak...→

After Delay Due to Coronavirus, Funeral Held for Slain Philadelphia SWAT Officer

After Delay Due to Coronavirus, Funeral Held for Slain Philadelphia SWAT Officer

Loved ones of Philadelphia Police SWAT Cpl. James O’Connor IV, killed in the line of duty in March, were finally able to gather for his funeral Friday, after a [...] Read full article: After Delay Due to Coronavirus, Funeral ...→

Las Vegas mayor who offered her city as coronavirus

Las Vegas mayor who offered her city as coronavirus "control group" faces recall petition filed by poker pro

"[Goodman has] failed to responsibly represent her constituency, not only in her clear disregard for public health, but also in her support for the casino owne [...] Read full article: Las Vegas mayor who offered her city as ...→

Rhode Island mayor: People not wearing coronavirus masks should be 'socially shamed'

Rhode Island mayor: People not wearing coronavirus masks should be 'socially shamed'

The Mayor of Providence Rhode Island, Jorge Elorza, encouraged residents on Tuesday to "socially shame" those who don't wear masks in public, to help limit the [...] Read full article: Rhode Island mayor: People not wearing c...→

Coronavirus Updates: Gov. Walz Announces ‘Battle Plan’ To Protect Long-Term Care Residents, Workers

Coronavirus Updates: Gov. Walz Announces ‘Battle Plan’ To Protect Long-Term Care Residents, Workers

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has announced a “battle plan” to protect those living and working in long-term care (LTC) facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Coronavirus Updates: Gov. Walz Announces...→

Coronavirus prompts New York town to suggest its 200,000 residents go on a diet

Coronavirus prompts New York town to suggest its 200,000 residents go on a diet

Officials in a Long Island, N.Y., town wants its some 200,000 residents to shed some pounds in an effort to stave off the novel coronavirus and reverse any qua [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts New York town to sug...→