Pennsylvania nursing homes were the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. We need to apply the lessons of that canary in the coalmine experience.
Health Department spokesman Nate Wardle told the Capital-Star in an email that he made a mistake when he said Thursday that an unknown number of Pennsylvania's 300,000 negative COVID-19 test results came from antibody tests, rather than the diagnostic tests that are considered the “gold standard” for disease control.
A new system of counting COVID-19 fatalities will yield "as near to real time data," as possible on people statewide who are succumbing to the disease, Pennsylvania's top public health official said Monday.Facing significant...
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Funding for the measure comes from the federal CARES Act, which sent $3.9 billion to Pennsylvania for COVID-19 recovery programs.
Pennsylvania will begin a stricter testing regime for nursing homes, assisted living and other long term care facilities to contain the spread of COVID-19.
The number of new confirmed cases each day is getting smaller, as are the numbers of hospitalizations and deaths related to the virus.