“It seems pretty unenviable it would move,” says Terry Quinlan, the supervisor of health services for the Lower Merion School District.
State health departments tell Eyewitness News they aren’t aware of any cases in our area, but health officials say it could spread here.
The CDC and WHO claim they are hard at work tracking 100 people that may have come in contact with the deadly MERS virus.
Two employees tested negative for a rare virus days after coming into contact with a Saudi resident infected with the second confirmed MERS case in the U.S., a spokeswoman for an Orlando hospital said Wednesday.
Delmarva Power is warning its customers that scammers posing as third party suppliers are sending fake utility bills via email to some New Jersey and Delaware customers
In an email to the campus community, Vice President for Campus Life Cynthia Cherrey says that the student developed symptoms Wednesday night.
Federal officials say a virus is likely what’s causing hundreds of dead bottlenose dolphins to wash ashore along the East Coast.
Police in Hamilton Township are warning people about a child porn virus video that is being shared through Facebook.
More and more people are having their mobile devices hacked by viruses, malware and things you’ve probably never heard of. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan reveals how it’s done so that you don’t become a victim.
Officials say a 79-year-old Sussex County woman died from the flu.
First, it was dog shaming. Now, there’s an app that allows for sick shaming.
Most of us have the common sense these days to be cautious opening emails from someone we don’t know, or not open suspicious attachments. But now computer crooks have found a way to target us on search engines. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan shows us how this cyber scheme works and how you can prevent it from happening.
Additionally, 44 mosquito samples in Pennsylvania have also tested positive.
The most popular mobile platform in the country is the target of a virus that experts say is a new kind of attack. It’s a reminder that our smartphones and tablets aren’t immune from computer criminals.
Mac owners aren’t used to dealing with viruses. But that’s changing, now, with the biggest-ever threat, affecting hundreds of thousands of Apple computers.