There were no new deaths attributed to COVID-19 for the fourth straight day Monday in Washington, Greene and Fayette counties, the state health department reported.
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Professional sports in Pittsburgh teamed up Friday with health officials to promote COVID-19 vaccines, pitching them as the only way out of the pandemic.
Hospital leaders and state lawmakers held a press conference Thursday to discuss the PA Heroes Act, which would provide $650 million in funding to support grants for the hospital community to address some of the urgent needs that arose as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The state reported 2,597 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the running total to 1,164,216 since the pandemic was first verified in Pennsylvania in March 2020.
The Wolf administration said Tuesday it will lift the state's COVID-19 mitigation rules on Memorial Day with the exception of the face mask order.
Washington County reported two new COVID-19 deaths over the weekend, bringing the total county fatalities from the disease since March 2020 to 293.
Gov. Tom Wolf urged Pennsylvanians Monday to get vaccinated against COVID-19 while speaking about the need to provide doses to shut-ins.
COVID-19 cases are on the rise among teenagers and young adults, and local doctors are seeing in increase in hospitalizations and complications.
California University of Pennsylvania began vaccinating students Friday against COVID-19 before some of them return home for summer break.
All three Washington County commissioners have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or received one dose of the drug as the region still has many residents who are declining the vaccines.
Nearly half of the employees of long-term care facilities in Pennsylvania have declined a COVID-19 vaccine, a disease that has swept through many such homes during the pandemic, the state Health Department said Thursday.
Nearly 50% of Allegheny County residents have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, the county said Wednesday.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health on Tuesday notified all COVID-19 vaccine providers in the state to suspend administering doses of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine until at least April 20 after the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and Food and Drug Administration r…
One new COVID-19 death was reported Tuesday in Washington County as new cases of the virus continued to surge across Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania will open COVID-19 vaccine appointments to all adults Tuesday, about a week ahead of the federal deadline to make them available.
Washington and Fayette counties each recorded two new coronavirus deaths over the weekend, according to statistics released Sunday by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.