Coronavirus: Reports & Resources
Listen and read the latest WLVR News Radio Reports. Every day, we update the community on the news on coronavirus in the Lehigh Valley and across the state of Pennsylvania. Tune in to WLVR 91.3 FM every day to hear the news on air.
Lehigh University announced on April 21 that it is requiring students to be vaccinated if they plan to come to campus in the fall.
So far, Jen Clements, a professor of social work and gerontology at Shippensburg University, has found vaccination appointments for more than 500 people all for
Gov. Tom Wolf has encouraged college students to try and get vaccinated by the end of this semester. But universities and colleges in the Lehigh
Allentown families dusted off their backpacks and lunch boxes as elementary students returned to in-person learning on April 19. They’ve been virtual for more than
Roughly 20% of elder care residents across Pennsylvania have yet to be vaccinated according to numbers from the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
The City of Allentown is getting $3.5 million to help lessen the burden on people experiencing homelessness. The money is part of the American Rescue
Gov. Tom Wolf received his first COVID-19 vaccination shot on April 19. He attended a clinic in York County to receive his first Moderna dose.
Teachers in the Allentown School District are getting ready to welcome students back into their classrooms on April 19 when the district returns to in-person
Around the end of March and the beginning of April, several local colleges saw COVID-19 outbreaks, including Muhlenberg College which is still taking a hybrid
Infectious disease specialists say one in four people who develop COVID-19 will have recurring symptoms after a month. St. Luke’s University Health Network has just
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