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.
Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled a plan on Feb. 22 that looks to help Pennsylvanians get back to work after the pandemic battered our economy.
Older adults are in the first group to receive vaccines because they are the age group most at-risk for contracting COVID-19.
Hispanic people are hospitalized for COVID-19 at about three times the rate of white, non-Hispanic people according to the CDA.
A Lehigh Valley organization is teaming up with a local health network in an effort to boost access to the vaccine in communities that may
Mental health conditions continue to skyrocket during the pandemic, leaving many feeling hopeless. But a Lehigh Valley psychiatrist says there are ways to combat the
While some teacher's unions are taking a hardline approach on members getting vaccinated before they head back into the classroom, Pennsylvania’s largest educator's coalition is
The worst of the latest winter storm to hit northeastern Pennsylvania is likely over, but the impact of the bad weather across the state may
Some Lehigh Valley healthcare providers are scrambling to see if they can still hold vaccine clinics next week because of a statewide shortage of Moderna
More than 100,000 people in Pennsylvania may have their vaccine appointments rescheduled because of a shortage of second doses of the Moderna vaccine, the Pennsylvania
Getting a vaccine appointment can be hard enough. Getting there is another issue. Northampton County is helping seniors who need rides to their COVID-19 vaccination
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