'They Haven't Given Us Any Information': New Jersey Salons, Personal Care Businesses Prepare To Reopen With Little Guidance From StateIn New Jersey, you'll soon be able to get your hair cut and your nails done but things will be a bit different.
Pennsylvania Nurses Applauding New Order Mandating Hospitals To Better Protect Health Care Workers From CoronavirusNurses and other health care workers have been complaining about working conditions inside hospitals, saying there weren't enough safety measures and not enough protective equipment.
Coronavirus Cases, Hospitalizations Continue To Rise In States Where Restrictions Lifted Early, Health Officials SayPotential cases related to recent protests probably won't show up until next week, but in other parts of the country, health officials are seeing a concerning trend.
As Delaware Valley Begins Reopening, Health Officials Warning Coronavirus Still CirculatingOfficials say people still need to practice social distancing and wear face masks.
Some Philadelphians Having Trouble Getting Prescription Medications Due To Closed Pharmacies During UnrestPharmacies damaged by looters closed earlier this week is causing problems for some people who need to get their prescriptions refilled.
Pennsylvania, New Jersey Reopening Plans Not Impacted By George Floyd Protests, Health Officials SayHealth officials say coronavirus numbers continue to improve and the scheduled lifting of restrictions has not been impacted by the protests.
Empathy, Accountability Key In Moving Forward In Harmony Following Violent Protests, Expert SaysLiving in what feels like a war zone, that's what many people around the country and in the Philadelphia region are thinking and feeling.
Jefferson Doctor Not Expecting Major Increase In Coronavirus Cases Because Of Large ProtestsCases of COVID-19 have been going down, but will that change because of the crowds of people who are in close contact?
Pennsylvania Sees Low Number Of New COVID-19 Cases; Philadelphia Total Nears 23,000Health officials reported another 356 cases in the state as the statewide total surpassed 72,000. 
Survey: 40% Of Americans View Going To Hospital As Riskier Than Hair Salon, Concert Or BeachNationwide, doctors are concerned about patients continuing to avoid treatment for heart attacks, strokes and other problems.
Reopening Philadelphia: Officials Release 'Safer At Home' Plan As City Nears Yellow PhaseUnder the "Safer at Home", plan lower-risk business and activities will be able to resume.
Accidental Injuries Among Children At Home On Rise During Pandemic, CHOP Research ShowsInstead of children being injured at school or playing sports, doctors at CHOP are seeing more broken bones happening at and near home.
Philly Mayor Kenney's Administration Under Fire For How City Spending Part Of Federal Grant Meant For Coronavirus Testing, Contact TracingPhiladelphia Mayor Jim Kenney's administration is under fire for how the city is spending a small part of a big federal grant meant for COVID-19 testing and contact tracing.
'We Don't Want People To Get Sick And Die': Philly Moving Into Yellow Reopening Phase Will Depend On Continued Reduction In CasesOfficials in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania say there are some fluctuations in the number of cases, but overall, the indications continue to look positive.
Pennsylvania Coronavirus Cases Tops 70,000 As Death Toll Surpasses 5,300On Thursday, 625 new COVID-19 cases were reported, bringing the statewide total to 70,042.