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COVID In Philadelphia: Main Line Health Postpones Elective Surgeries To Make More Beds Available As Hospitalizations Rise Across StateHospitals are filling up again and there are staffing issues because so many health care workers are being exposed in the community.
Severe Storms Leave Flooding, Downed Trees Scattered Across Delaware ValleyFlooding remains a concern this evening as rain and heavy winds swept through the Delaware Valley. 
'Everything's Different': Cyber Monday Sales Helping Local Small Businesses Stay Afloat During PandemicWith the pandemic, they're having to push more online sales in order to stay opened and stay safe.
Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Vetoes GOP-Backed Bill On Limiting COVID-19 LiabilityWolf’s veto message argued that with the pandemic spreading, it is not a good idea to be providing legal protections “for noncompliance or carelessness.”
Philadelphia Weather: Severe Storms Spawn Tornado Warnings Across Parts Of RegionIt has been a rainy start to the workweek across the Philadelphia region.
COVID In New Jersey: Gov. Murphy To Limit Outdoor Gatherings To 25 People, Indoor High School, Youth Sports Suspended Until 2021
COVID In Pennsylvania: Commonwealth Expands Coronavirus App To School-Age Mobile Phone UsersThe app, named COVID AlertPa, had been limited to people 18 and over.
Police: 5 Teens Beat Woman Unconscious, Steal Car In North PhiladelphiaPolice say a 40-year-old woman was on the 1700 block of Wylie Street attempting to enter her vehicle when she was approached by the suspects from behind.
COVID In Pennsylvania: Officials Concerned As Over 4,400 People Hospitalized With Coronavirus In CommonwealthPennsylvania is reporting more than 4,200 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, as well as 32 new deaths.