The state also confirmed that the death toll from the virus has risen to seven, with fatalities now being reported in Allegheny, Lackawanna, Monroe, Montgomery and Northampton Counties.
A similar fund, already in place in Washington State, an epicenter of the outbreak, has already reached $200 million, an industry executive said.
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Local health workers who work in the city’s jails say they are not currently receiving the same overtime pay as other city employees who have been deemed "essential."
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The resolution, sponsored by state Rep. Stephanie Borowicz, R-Clinton, calls for a statewide day of 'humiliation, fasting, and prayer.'
We must encourage and support our public educators to find ways to keep our students actively involved in learning and engaged.
The Democratic governor's order, which takes effect at 8 p.m. on Monday, applies to the four counties around Philadelphia: Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties, as well as Allegheny and Monroe counties. All have been hard hit by the virus.
Workers sent back to work included employees working in four southeast counties that Wolf had previously shut down over coronavirus concerns, according to internal emails viewed by the Capital-Star.
For a person with significant alcohol dependence, what happens when the well runs dry and the tap is shut off?