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 is seeing a significant spike in COVID-19 cases. University officials say they may have to quarantine all undergraduates - on and off-campus -
Since shortly after the pandemic forced a shutdown across Pennsylvania last year, the GOP-controlled legislature has been trying to put an end to Gov. Tom
In the wake of concerns about getting vaccines from the state next week, Lehigh Valley Health Network says it’s keeping its vaccination appointments for next
Healthcare providers across Pennsylvania will have to follow new rules from the state on vaccine distribution or face serious consequences.
Northampton County’s annual grant program for nonprofits is narrowing its eligibility this year due to greater need and fewer funds.
More than 1 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Pennsylvania so far. To celebrate the hard-won milestones, some social media users
The vaccine rollout is underway, but that doesn’t mean everyone wants to get it. There’s increasing hesitancy in the Hispanic and Latino population about the
COVID-19 cases at Northampton and Lehigh County jails are dwindling after months of concern about high case numbers. But lockdowns will remain in place.
Gov. Wolf on COVID-19 vaccine distribution: “We need to do a better job” By Tyler Pratt Feburary 12, 2021 Gov. Tom Wolf is trying to
Marshmallow lovers can rest easy today. After coronavirus caused a nine-month hiatus the locally-made Peeps are making a comeback.
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PBS39 team are proud to present Community Update on Coronavirus. This informational call-in show will return on Wednesday, December 16.
Watch live at 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on PBS39 . Listen to the program at 9:30 p.m. on 91.3 WLVR News on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays.
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