As fall COVID surge continues, Pa.’s hospitals, healthcare systems feel the strain
The department also confirmed 225 new deaths, bringing the total of COVID-related deaths in Pennsylvania to 12,235.
With vote to reopen Pa. looming, Pa. Health Secretary Levine again urges caution
In an online news briefing, state Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said it could take until this summer before the state is equipped to meet one key prerequisite that's needed to make decisions about reopening the state.
Acknowledging losses, Wolf announces $60M loan program for Pa. small businesses
The Wolf administration says it’s rolling out a new $60 million loan program to help the scores of small businesses that have been hard hit because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The new COVID-19 Working Capital Access Program or CWCA, would award loans of up to $100,000 to for-profit businesses with 100 or fewer full-time employees, […]
‘We have to fix this’ Sens. Casey, Collins hear rural home healthcare concerns
The home health care system in rural America needs a facelift. This was the consensus of both lawmakers and a panel of witnesses who testified Wednesday before the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging.
Let’s prioritize Medical assistance for vulnerable seniors | Opinion
Gov. Tom Wolf and Pa. lawmkaers must make compassionate care for seniors a cornerstone of the coming debate over the 2020-21 state budget.
‘Senate Republicans have a big decision’ to make on impeachment: Five takeaways from our conversation with U.S. Sen. Bob Casey
It’s pretty clear that official Washington is talking about just three things these days: impeachment, impeachment, and more impeachment. But while that happens, some pretty big issues are being left to wither on the vine, as Congress grinds ahead with its investigation of President Donald Trump’s apparent attempt to pressure a foreign leader to investigate […]