Here's How To Get Free N95 Masks From Pharmacies Or Community Health CentersThe rollout of free N95 masks for the public began this week across the United States, with some pharmacies already handing out the masks and others expecting to do so in the coming days.
New Jersey 'On The Backside Of Omicron,' But New Concern Grows About Children Getting Severely Sick With COVID-19COVID-19 numbers are trending in the right direction in New Jersey, but the governor says residents need to continue using precautions.
COVID In Pennsylvania: Commonwealth Rolls Out 'Strike Team' To Ease Hospital CrunchThe team, which includes nurses and respiratory therapists, started Saturday night at Grand View Hospital in Sellersville.
Philadelphia Postponing COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate For City Workers AgainAs omicron continues to cause labor shortages and disrupt city services, one labor union says mandating vaccines will make the problem worse.
Hacker Stole Jefferson Health Patients' Billing Information In November Data BreachJefferson Health says it is sending letters to all affected patients.
Montgomery County Health Officials Lift Closure Of Gino's Restaurant And Pizzeria Following Connection To Hepatitis A OutbreakThree people have died and at least seven others were sickened from the outbreak investigators traced back to Gino's Restaurant and Pizzeria. 
Health Officials Concerned Over Potential 'Flurona' Cases, Urging People To Get Flu Shot And COVID VaccineCOVID-19 cases in the Philadelphia region are trending down, but influenza is on the rise.
No Amount Of Alcohol Is Good For The Heart, New Report Says, But Critics Disagree On ScienceIn a bold move, the World Health Federation released a policy brief Thursday saying that no amount of alcohol is good for the heart.
Drive-Thru Regional COVID-19 Testing Site Opens Thursday In Delaware CountyIt will be open seven days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
New Jersey Requires COVID-19 Vaccine For Health Care Workers, Ending Test Options Amid Latest SurgeMurphy on Wednesday announced new requirements for people who work in high-risk health care settings.
Philadelphia's Health Department No Longer Recommending Pauses To In-Person Learning For City SchoolsThe health department says it's an attempt to keep schools open for in-person instruction.