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1 PA Dept. of Health: Over 7.4 Million Vaccinations to Date
2 Department of Health Offers Update On COVID-19 Investigations, Contact Tracing, Monitoring Efforts
3 Pennsylvania Department of Health releases statewide COVID-19 update
4 Johnson & Johnson vaccination pause extended by Pa. Department of Health
5 Pennsylvania Department of Health provides COVID-19 update for April 18th
6 Pennsylvania Department of Health provides COVID-19 update
7 Pa. Department of Health reports nearly 5K new coronavirus cases, 36 new deaths
8 Department of Health: Pause on Johnson & Johnson Vaccinations in Pennsylvania, FDA/CDC Announcement Highlights Vaccine Evaluation Process is Working
9 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 2-Day Total Of 5,675 New Cases, 27 Additional Deaths
10 PA Department of Health discusses COVID-19 mobile vaccination tour
11 Department of Health Highlights March 2021 Nursing Home Inspection, Sanction Information Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic
12 Pennsylvania Department of Health provides daily COVID-19 update
13 Pa. Dept. of Health to give update on vaccines, visitation guidelines for long-term care facilities
14 Pa. Department of Health gives update on contact tracing efforts, encourages residents to download app
15 ‘The challenge to come’: Vaccinations are open, but demand is down, turning Pa. and Philly’s focus to fighting
16 Pa. Department of Health reports over 5,000 new COVID-19 cases, 44 new deaths
17 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Pa. Dept. Of Health Reiterates CDC Guidelines For Easter Sunday
18 Pennsylvania Department of Health releases daily COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccination update
19 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 5,032 New Cases, Over 5M Total Vaccinations
20 PA Department of Health says COVID-19 hospitalizations trend downward
21 PA Dept. of Health: Over 6.6 million vaccinations to date
22 PA Department of Health releases 3-day coronavirus numbers after weekend of no reports
23 PA Dept. of Health: First doses of vaccine to 31% of population
24 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 10,101 New Cases Over 3 Days, Death Toll Surpasses 25,000
25 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 5,650 More Coronavirus Cases, 56 Additional Deaths
26 Department of Health Announces Free COVID-19 Testing Site in Northampton County
27 Pennsylvania Department of Health releases COVID-19 update for March 28th
28 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 6,450 More Coronavirus Cases
29 WATCH: Pa. Dept. of Health talks about COVID-19 testing
30 Department of Health: Over 5.6 Million Vaccinations to Date, First Doses of Vaccine to 34.8% of Population, PA Ranks 12th Among 50 States for First Dose Vaccinations
31 Pa. Department of Health Secretary reaffirms plan before May opening
32 Nursing home workers demand changes from Pa. Dept. of Health
33 PA Dept. of Health: PA Ranks 11th Among 50 States for First Dose Vaccinations
34 Lawmaker introduces legislation to reverse a Pa. Department of Health decision
35 All Philly adults now eligible for vaccines; Pa. identifies small group of cases among fully vaccinated people
36 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Dept. Announces 3,515 New Cases, 39 Additional Deaths
37 Department of Health Extends Pause on Johnson & Johnson Vaccinations Following FDA/CDC Recommendation
38 Department of Aging: Partnership Between COVID-19 Vaccine Providers, Area Agencies on Aging Helps More Seniors Secure Vaccine Appointments
39 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 4,656 New Coronavirus Cases, 28 More Deaths
40 Pa. Health Dept. Eases Mask Mandate For Vaccinated People, Aligning With New CDC Guidance
41 Technical Issues Delay Release of Department of Health COVID-19 Data on Saturday, March 27
42 Pennsylvania Health Department Reports 4,255 New COVID-19 Cases, 37 Additional Deaths
43 State Health Dept. limits COVID vaccine providers, Pa. Pharmacist Association concerned
44 Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs and Gaudenzia Discuss Importance of Vaccines for Individuals with Substance Use Disorder
45 Wolf Administration, Pittsburgh Penguins and UPMC Unite Against COVID to Educate the Community on Vaccine Information
46 PA Dept. of Health: Over 5.7 million vaccinations to date
47 PA Department of Aging can assist with vaccination appointments
48 COVID-19 update: More than 4,600 new cases
49 Pa. Department of Health report an increase of 5032 new COVID cases
50 Pennsylvania puts pressure on COVID-19 vaccine providers to speed up Phase 1a shots as people in Phase 1b wait for their turn
51 43 percent of Pa. residents have been tested for COVID-19 at least once
52 Pennsylvania COVID-19 Early Warning Monitoring Dashboard Update for April 9 – 15
53 Erie County Department of Health: 33 Positive COVID-19 Cases at Summit Twp. Intake Site
54 Only half of Pennsylvania nursing home staff members have been vaccinated
55 Erie County COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 25% people fully vaccinated
56 COVID in Pa.: 25% of state fully vaccinated; 4,577 new cases, 79 more deaths; Lehigh Valley over 70K total ca
57 PA Department of Health: Statewide COVID Hospitalizations Over 2,800 |
58 DOH reports an increase of 5114 new COVID cases
59 Wolf Admin: Updated Recommendations for K-12 Schools Match CDC Guidance for Social Distancing and COVID-19 Cases in Schools
60 DOH COVID-19 Update
61 Pa. COVID-19 hospitalizations increasing, but not near winter peak
62 DOH reports 5343 new cases of COVID-19 virus in Pennsylvania
63 PA COVID-19 Update: April 21 | Covid-19
64 Fitzpatrick calls on PA Department of Health to resume vaccine distribution to Lower Bucks, Grand View hospitals
65 Pennsylvania expands health care aid for 110,000 residents | State |
66 Centre County Adds 57 COVID-19 Cases; Pennsylvania Reports 5,114
67 Pa. counties told to expect fewer Johnson & Johnson doses; Rachel Levine becomes first openly transgender offi
68 Lead detected in 80% of Allegheny County, Pa., water systems: Report
69 State health department opens COVID testing site in Easton
70 PA Dept. of Aging encourages seniors to contact local Area Agency on Aging to help schedule COVID-19 vaccinations
71 When school's out, will camps be open?
72 Tredyffrin Township: Covid-19 Vaccine Update
73 Pennsylvania Plans To Send Vaccine To More Providers
74 COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 340 New Coronavirus Cases, 12 Additional Deaths
75 Completed COVID vaccinations in Berks County pass 80,000 mark
76 April 21 update: Centre County adds 65 COVID-19 cases, 1 death; Pa. has 4,602 positives
77 Wolf administration refuses to release details of wasted COVID-19 vaccine doses · Spotlight PA
79 Editorial Roundup: Pennsylvania
80 Where to get vaccinated in the Lehigh Valley
81 Human Services Secretary Teresa Miller to Depart Wolf Administration April 30
82 Reaching vaccine holdouts brings Pa.’s acting health secretary to Lehigh Valley
83 State teams with Pens on vaccine education
84 Black Maternal Health Week Highlights Dangers, Inequities For Pregnant Persons
85 Pennsylvania coronavirus update: Vaccine supply unchanged for next week while cases down since last week
87 Getting the COVID Vaccine
88 Pa. plans to send vaccine to more state providers
90 Pennsylvania Data
91 Pa. Department of Health reports over 3,000 new COVID-19 cases, 50 new deaths
92 COVID-19 Latest: Wolf, Biden push for vaccinations, but would passports violate individual rights?
93 To help workers, residents, Pa. needs to boost nursing home staffing ratios | Opinion
94 PA senate race heats up | Feature Stories |
95 Pa. Department of Health launches “Your Turn” tool to help determine vaccine eligibility
96 Pennsylvania Department of Health reports more than 3,400 new COVID-19 cases, 35 new deaths
97 Penn State Health St. Joseph moves drive-thru COVID-19 testing to new locations | Penn State University
98 Department of Human Services' Adult Community Autism Program Receives International Recognition
99 Pa. Dept. Of Health Warns Residents About Ticks
100 Younger people fueling Erie County's COVID-19 surge but few, if any, are hospitalized