Westmoreland Co.: 2 Public Safety Employees Test Positive For CoronavirusWestmoreland County officials say two Public Safety Department employees have tested positive for coronavirus.
Westmoreland Co. Commissioner In Quarantine After Testing Positive For CoronavirusA Westmoreland County commissioner has tested positive for coronavirus.
Gov. Tom Wolf Adjusting Gathering Limit Guidelines According To Venue Occupancy LimitsGov. Tom Wolf says the state will be amending venue occupancy limits beginning this Friday.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 2,251 New Coronavirus Cases Over Last Two Days After Technical DelayThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 2,251 new cases of Coronavirus and 17 additional deaths over the last two days.
Furry Tails: Working Dogs Sniffing Out COVID-19 In New ‘Pilot’ ProgramsHumans often turn to our most loyal friends and their incredible noses to detect nefarious scents.
Penn State Reports 458 New Coronavirus Cases On Main CampusPenn State reported 458 new coronavirus cases at its main campus in State College on Friday, according to the Centre Daily Times.
State Leaders Launch 'PA Unites Against COVID' Awareness CampaignPennsylvania leaders are launching a new public health awareness campaign, "PA Unites Against COVID." Almost $4 million will be invested into the campaign through federal grants.
Pennsylvania Launches New Coronavirus Exposure Notification AppPennsylvania's new coronavirus exposure-notification app is now available on app stores.
Wolf Administration Encourages Schools To 'Voluntarily Enforce' Gathering LimitsThe Wolf administration is encouraging districts to "voluntarily enforce" gathering limits after a federal judge ruled the governor's pandemic restrictions unconstitutional.
Gov. Wolf, Dr. Levine Sign New Order On Alcohol Service Ahead Of Restaurant Occupancy Rate IncreaseWith restaurant indoor occupancy about to change next week, Gov. Tom Wolf and state Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine have signed new orders about alcohol consumption.
Lawmakers Urge Gov. Wolf To Sign Bill Focused On School Sports DecisionsState House members are calling on Gov. Tom Wolf to sign a bill to allow local leaders to make decisions on high school sports.