COVID In New Jersey: State Allowing Residents 65 And Older, People With High-Risk Medical Conditions To Get VaccineGov. Phil Murphy announced the Garden State will move to Group 1B of the COVID-19 vaccination process beginning Thursday.
COVID In New Jersey: Camden County Opens New Vaccination Site For First Responders, Eligible WorkersWhile the vaccine is here and distribution is just in the beginning stages, the next step is to make sure people feel safe getting the shot in the arm.
COVID In Philadelphia: Philly Fighting COVID Seeking Volunteers For Mass Vaccination Site At Convention CenterFor this weekend, however, they're in search of volunteers.
Pennsylvania Drafting Plans To Include People In Group 1B For COVID-19 Vaccine As CDC Pressures States To Expand VaccinationsOnly about a third of more than 25 million doses have been given to patients. 
WATCH LIVE: Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, Dr. Farley To Provide COVID-19 UpdateThe briefing will take place at 1 p.m. and will be streamed on CBSN Philly.
NJ Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Tests COVID-19 Positive After Sheltering With Several Lawmakers Who Refused To Wear Masks During US Capitol RiotsDemocratic Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman revealed Monday she received a positive COVID-19 test.
COVID In Delaware: Community Coronavirus Testing Sites Open Across StateDelaware has sites all over the state where residents can get tested.
WATCH LIVE: Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine To Provide COVID-19 UpdateThe briefing will take place at 11:30 a.m. and will be streamed on CBSN Philly.
What's Next For Sixers After Seth Curry Reportedly Tests Positive For COVID-19?The Sixers are waiting to see just how many of their players they’ll be without as the team braces for a potential COVID outbreak.
Sixers' Seth Curry Reportedly Tested Positive For Coronavirus Before Sixers' Loss To NetsESPN's Wojnarowski also reports Curry was on the Sixers' bench for the first quarter vs. the Nets.
COVID In Camden County: Plans To Open Vaccination Site Postponed Due To Slow Rollout Of SuppliesCamden County officials say vaccinations are not being rolled out as quickly as they hoped.