HARRISBURG – In July 1939, Pennsylvania Gov. Arthur James declared victory in the war on fireworks.
Wearing face masks is still required when entering businesses in the entire state to keep COVID-19 from spreading.
Wearing masks is a relatively easy way to prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to state Health Sec. Rachel Levine.
Gov. Tom Wolf pushed back against a resolution reversing his statewide disaster declaration put in place to respond to the coronaviurus.
The remaining counties in the red COVID-19 reopening phase have been moved to the yellow caution zone.
The large protests in Pennsylvania calling for justice in the death of a Minneapolis man will not change the state’s plans to reopen counties during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Washington and Greene counties will join most of Southwestern Pennsylvania in moving to the green phase of reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic, meaning more nonessential businesses can reopen their doors.
Gov. Tom Wolf will give the COVID-19 green light next week to 17 counties in mostly the northern portions of the state, allowing residents there to begin resuming more normal lives.
The statewide COVID-19 update was postponed due to technical problems with the date collection system.
Gov. Tom Wolf will ease COVID-19 mitigation efforts in a dozen additional counties next week, while urging residents in his caution zones to continue to practice social distancing in public.
Gov. Tom Wolf said he’s prepared to lift COVID-19 mitigation efforts in more counties, easing his stay-home order and allowing many nonessential businesses to reopen possibly next week.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday threatened to penalize counties and businesses that defy his COVID-19 stay-home order by reopening before he eases mitigation strategies.
Thirteen counties in the Pittsburgh region, including Washington and Greene, will be allowed to reopen select nonessential businesses next week during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Mon Valley dog groomer has reopened during a state order that closed nonessential businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Tom Wolf promises to reopen the COVID-19 economy as quickly as possible in southwestern Pennsylvania.
The Pittsburgh region, including Washington and Greene counties, will remain in a red zone with nonessential businesses closed under Gov. Tom Wolf’s economic reopening plan during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social distancing and mask wearing will still be required as Pennsylvania businesses begin to reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With an unprecedented number of people on unemployment compensation in Pennsylvania because of the COVID-19 pandemic, state officials are concerned about food not being available to the hungry.
The medical director of Centerville Clinics would like to have the ability to test all of its 40,000 clients for COVID-19 as the state’s economy slowly reopens.
Gov. Tom Wolf said Tuesday he will begin to reopen the state’s economy next month slowly and in certain regions where fact-based evidence shows the novel coronavirus is under control.
Gov. Tom Wolf began to slowly reopen the COVID-19-stalled economy Monday at a time when the number of positive new cases of the virus began to drop statewide and in Allegheny County.
A state senator from the Mon Valley said she understands the frustrations that are fueling protest of stay-home orders during COVID-19 pandemic.