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.
Pennsylvania will be short one million COVID-19 vaccines next week. State health officials learned today there are none left in the federal reserve.
President-elect Joe Biden outlined his plans for economic relief from the coronavirus crisis on, citing the need for a more robust vaccination plan as well
The Board of Directors released a statement saying the district is working to develop a hybrid instructional model that will combine in-person and remote learning.
Many Americans have been struggling to pay rent during the pandemic. Nationwide, Americans owe more than $70 billion in back rent. It’s not only tenants
President-elect Biden is set to deliver remarks in which he will outline his vaccination and economic rescue legislative package.
Lehigh Valley Health Network has named Dorney Park as the site to distribute mass vaccinations though exactly when it will be up and running is
For the past week, about two dozen Pennsylvania National Guard members have been stationed at the Phoebe Allentown elder care facility. More than 200 residents
Gov. Tom Wolf says he wants to separate “fact from fiction” about the COVID-19 vaccine and to dispel rumors that include the vaccine can give
Pennsylvania State Rep. Lisa Boscola wants to give tax relief to struggling restaurants and bars so that they can stay in business during the pandemic.
COVID-19 has brought jobs into the national spotlight. Respiratory therapists help patients who are struggling to breathe, get oxygen.
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