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Philadelphia To Ease More COVID-19 Restrictions Next Week, Lift All Required Limits On Capacity In Any Setting On June 11Philadelphia will ease more of its COVID-19 restrictions next week, Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley announced Tuesday.
Students To Return To West Chester University For In-Person 2021 Fall SemesterSchool officials say the recent lifting of COVID-19 restrictions in the commonwealth opens the door for in-person learning, saying "the Rams are ready to reengage." 
13-Year-Old Among Injured In Allentown Deadly Triple ShootingThe coroner says 29-year-old Erik Mondragon was killed.
Pennsylvania Department Of Health Pulls Out Of Hearing On Contact Tracing Data BreachLawmakers say the breach exposed the personal data of about 70,000 Pennsylvanians.
18-Year-Old Man Critically Injured After Shot Multiple Times In West PhiladelphiaPolice say shots were fired on North 40th Street, just before 11 a.m.
Pennsylvania: 750K Kids Expected To Become Eligible For ShotAbout 750,000 Pennsylvania children are expected to become eligible for Pfizer's COVID-19 shot after U.S. regulators expanded the use of the two-dose vaccine to 12- to 15-year-olds, state health officials said Tuesday.
WATCH LIVE: Delaware Officials To Hold COVID-19 Response BriefingDelaware officials are expected to provide a COVID-19 response update on Tuesday afternoon.
Philadelphia Officials Expected To Provide Update On Reopening Timeline Tuesday, Sources SayLast week, several City Council members pressed the city’s health commissioner for a reopening date.
Waterford Township Schools Closed After More Than 60% Of Staff Sickened Following LuncheonAll schools in the district will be closed for two weeks for deep cleaning and the students will learn remotely until the buildings are deemed safe to reopen.