Health Care

Pa.’s Toomey, Colorado lawmaker want CDC to clarify rules to encourage face-mask use in...

"It has to go from where it is socially awkward to wear a mask, to where it is socially awkward to not wear one," two U.S. Senators said Wednesday.

With COVID-19, we failed a basic preparedness test. We can’t repeat that mistake |...

You must take responsible action to protect you and your family should emergencies arise because your survival may depend upon it.

COVID-19 in Philly: More Blacks are testing positive, city officials say

Racial demographic data on residents testing positive remained limited, representing only 15 percent of confirmed cases, officials said.

COVID-19 in Pa.: With new order, residents in half of all Pa. counties are...

The administration is "[trusting] Pennsylvanians to do the right thing. And the right thing now is to stay at home," Health Secretary Rachel Levine said.

Why it’s critical we keep our eyes on Pa’s kids during the COVID-19 pandemic...

the threat to children goes well beyond falling sick from the virus. This pandemic has real consequences for many of Pennsylvania’s kids.

COVID-19 in Philly: City opens more meal distribution sites, how many people are sick...

The new sites, which include houses of worship, will offer a box of food per household on Mondays and Thursdays between 10 a.m. and noon.

6 things you can do to cope with boredom at a time of social...

By Erin C. WestgateMore and more of us are staying home in an attempt to slow down the spreading coronavirus. But being stuck at home can lead to boredom.Boredom is a signal that we’re...

COVID-19 in Pa.: We have to ensure care for our caregivers | Opinion

Gov. Tom Wolf and the U.S. Congress need to allocate funds to raise nursing home workers’ wages, for union and non-union workers alike

Allegheny County Jail employee tests positive for COVID-19

An employee at Allegheny County jail has tested positive for COVID-19, officials said Friday.

Wolf expands stay-at-home order to nine more Pa. counties; state tops 2,200 COVID-19 cases

Most of the state's 22 fatalities to date have occurred in patients aged 65 and older. There have been no pediatric deaths so far.