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.
More than 50,000 dollars is coming to the Lehigh Valley aimed at helping the homeless this winter.
Lehigh County recently gave two million dollars to the Allentown School District. The grant is aimed at improving safety concerns in the district so students
A healthcare provider in Pennsylvania is warning about a sharp drop in childhood immunizations.
Pennsylvania state parks are closing their doors to some out of state residents due to the pandemic. They’ll need to have a negative COVID test
More than eight months into the coronavirus pandemic, some Pennsylvanians are still unable to access the unemployment benefits they need.
The Lehigh Valley may run out of intensive care hospital beds as early as next week, as coronavirus cases continue to spike in the region.
The Wolf administration now recommends schools in counties with “substantial spread” of COVID-19 — which includes a positivity rate over 10% or incidents per 100,00
All state residents are being advised to stay at home ahead of a rising surge in coronavirus cases that could triple in the coming weeks.
Current state guidelines say schools should move to 100% virtual instruction in counties with “substantial transmission” rates. But many Lehigh Valley schools remain open, despite
Pennsylvania health officials reported more than 13,000 new coronavirus cases on Friday and Saturday.
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