COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Behind On Vaccine Distribution, Light On Details On Catching UpPennsylvania Health Secretary Rachel Levine on Monday came under fire for the slow rollout of the coronavirus vaccine and a lack of specifics moving forward
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine Encourages Hospitals To Vaccinate Frontline EMS WorkersPennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rahcel Levine is encouraging hospitals to give coronavirus vaccinations to other health care providers, including frontline EMS workers.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Coronavirus Numbers Appear To Be Plateauing, Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine SaysPennsylvania's coronavirus numbers appear to be plateauing, and January looks "much more hopeful" if people follow mitigation measures over the holidays, state Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said Monday.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Vaccine Distribution Is Going 'Smoothly,' Says Health Secretary Dr. Rachel LevineMore than 1,200 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Pennsylvania and there have been no adverse effects so far, Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said Thursday.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Health, Education Departments Urge Colleges To Start Semesters OnlineThe Wolf administration is urging colleges to delay bringing students back to campus and instead start the spring semester online.
2 Indoor Water Parks Sue Over Gov. Tom Wolf's Newest COVID-19 Mitigation EffortsTwo indoor water parks are suing over Gov. Tom Wolf's new coronavirus mitigation efforts.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Coronavirus Vaccine Months Away For General Public, Dr. Rachel Levine SaysAs healthcare workers in Pittsburgh received some of the first doses of the coronavirus vaccine, Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said it could be months until the general public is immunized, making mitigation efforts "now more important than ever."
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Gov. Wolf Paints Bleak Picture Of Overwhelmed Hospitals But Avoids Restrictions For NowGov. Tom Wolf and Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine held a press conference about COVID-19 in the state on Monday.
Health Department: Mysterious Illness Possibly Linked To Coronavirus In Children Now In PennsylvaniaThe Health Department confirmed that Pa. has seen cases of a serious rare inflammatory condition in children linked with the coronavirus.
Specialists Working On New Way To Help Addicts, Battle Opioid CrisisWhile the opioid epidemic continues to speed out of control, treatment specialists in Westmoreland County are working on a new way to help addicts.