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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 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...→

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 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...→

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...→

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...→

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

The CIA believes China tried to prevent the World Health Organization from warning other countries about the novel coronavirus outbreak in January as it worked [...] Read full article: China put pressure on WHO to scale back ...→

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...→

More than 80,000 people have now died from coronavirus in United States

More than 80,000 people have now died from coronavirus in United States

The death toll continues to climb as New York state reports children with COVID-19 are experiencing toxic shock–like symptoms. Read full article: More than 80,000 people have now died fr...→

MSNBC's Reid: Trump Moving on Because Coronavirus Mostly Killing Black, Brown People

MSNBC's Reid: Trump Moving on Because Coronavirus Mostly Killing Black, Brown People

Sunday on MSNBC's "AM Joy," host Joy Reid said President Donald Trump is attempting to move on from the coronavirus pandemic and reopen the economy  because it [...] Read full article: MSNBC's Reid: Trump Moving on Because Co...→

Why have 14,000 people volunteered to be infected with coronavirus?

Why have 14,000 people volunteered to be infected with coronavirus?

They want to take part in a "human challenge trial," an ethically controversial vaccine test that infects people with a virus does not yet have a cure. Read full article: Why have 14,000 people volunteered to be...→

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...→

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Attorneys general for 34 states and territories asked Congress on Tuesday to include protections in its coronavirus relief plans for banks that service legal m [...] Read full article: Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congres...→

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...→

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...→

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...→

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...→

Hospitals move to allow family visits for people dying of coronavirus

Hospitals move to allow family visits for people dying of coronavirus

After stories of people not being allowed to say goodbye to loved ones dying of coronavirus, hospitals around the world are moving to change the rules. Read full article: Hospitals move to allow family visits fo...→

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 ...→

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...→

Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ice arena on thin ice | WTOP

The construction of a new $25 million ice arena in Bowie could be on thin ice because of the costs associated with coronavirus in the Maryland city. Read full article: Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ic...→

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New York Democrats remain silent on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's original decision to put coronavirus patients in New York nursing homes. Read full article: NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan ...→

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...→

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...→

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...→

'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...→

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Social distancing restrictions may be loosening around the country, but health officials are warning we may not be completely out of the woods yet. We’ve got e [...] Read full article: Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice C...→

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 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...→

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...→

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...→

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...→

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...→

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New York Democrats remain silent on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's original decision to put coronavirus patients in New York nursing homes. Read full article: NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan ...→

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...→

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...→

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 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: '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...→

Why have 14,000 people volunteered to be infected with coronavirus?

Why have 14,000 people volunteered to be infected with coronavirus?

They want to take part in a "human challenge trial," an ethically controversial vaccine test that infects people with a virus does not yet have a cure. Read full article: Why have 14,000 people volunteered to be...→

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Attorneys general for 34 states and territories asked Congress on Tuesday to include protections in its coronavirus relief plans for banks that service legal m [...] Read full article: Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congres...→

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 ...→

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 ...→

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...→

Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ice arena on thin ice | WTOP

The construction of a new $25 million ice arena in Bowie could be on thin ice because of the costs associated with coronavirus in the Maryland city. Read full article: Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ic...→

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...→

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...→

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...→

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

The CIA believes China tried to prevent the World Health Organization from warning other countries about the novel coronavirus outbreak in January as it worked [...] Read full article: China put pressure on WHO to scale back ...→

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...→

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...→

More than 80,000 people have now died from coronavirus in United States

More than 80,000 people have now died from coronavirus in United States

The death toll continues to climb as New York state reports children with COVID-19 are experiencing toxic shock–like symptoms. Read full article: More than 80,000 people have now died fr...→

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Social distancing restrictions may be loosening around the country, but health officials are warning we may not be completely out of the woods yet. We’ve got e [...] Read full article: Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice C...→

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...→

MSNBC's Reid: Trump Moving on Because Coronavirus Mostly Killing Black, Brown People

MSNBC's Reid: Trump Moving on Because Coronavirus Mostly Killing Black, Brown People

Sunday on MSNBC's "AM Joy," host Joy Reid said President Donald Trump is attempting to move on from the coronavirus pandemic and reopen the economy  because it [...] Read full article: MSNBC's Reid: Trump Moving on Because Co...→

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...→

Hospitals move to allow family visits for people dying of coronavirus

Hospitals move to allow family visits for people dying of coronavirus

After stories of people not being allowed to say goodbye to loved ones dying of coronavirus, hospitals around the world are moving to change the rules. Read full article: Hospitals move to allow family visits fo...→

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...→

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Attorneys general for 34 states and territories asked Congress on Tuesday to include protections in its coronavirus relief plans for banks that service legal m [...] Read full article: Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congres...→

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...→

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 ...→

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...→

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...→

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...→

Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ice arena on thin ice | WTOP

The construction of a new $25 million ice arena in Bowie could be on thin ice because of the costs associated with coronavirus in the Maryland city. Read full article: Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ic...→

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...→

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New York Democrats remain silent on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's original decision to put coronavirus patients in New York nursing homes. Read full article: NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan ...→

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...→

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...→

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...→

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

The CIA believes China tried to prevent the World Health Organization from warning other countries about the novel coronavirus outbreak in January as it worked [...] Read full article: China put pressure on WHO to scale back ...→

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...→

'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...→

More than 80,000 people have now died from coronavirus in United States

More than 80,000 people have now died from coronavirus in United States

The death toll continues to climb as New York state reports children with COVID-19 are experiencing toxic shock–like symptoms. Read full article: More than 80,000 people have now died fr...→

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Social distancing restrictions may be loosening around the country, but health officials are warning we may not be completely out of the woods yet. We’ve got e [...] Read full article: Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice C...→

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: '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...→

MSNBC's Reid: Trump Moving on Because Coronavirus Mostly Killing Black, Brown People

MSNBC's Reid: Trump Moving on Because Coronavirus Mostly Killing Black, Brown People

Sunday on MSNBC's "AM Joy," host Joy Reid said President Donald Trump is attempting to move on from the coronavirus pandemic and reopen the economy  because it [...] Read full article: MSNBC's Reid: Trump Moving on Because Co...→

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...→

Why have 14,000 people volunteered to be infected with coronavirus?

Why have 14,000 people volunteered to be infected with coronavirus?

They want to take part in a "human challenge trial," an ethically controversial vaccine test that infects people with a virus does not yet have a cure. Read full article: Why have 14,000 people volunteered to be...→

Hospitals move to allow family visits for people dying of coronavirus

Hospitals move to allow family visits for people dying of coronavirus

After stories of people not being allowed to say goodbye to loved ones dying of coronavirus, hospitals around the world are moving to change the rules. Read full article: Hospitals move to allow family visits fo...→

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...→