Hundreds Of Pennsylvanians Who Died From COVID-19 Remembered In A Striking Memorial On Independence MallIt's a striking visual but it's just one-tenth of the lives lose due to COVID-19 in Pennsylvania.
Multiple Students At St. Joe's Prep Test Positive For Coronavirus, In-Person Instruction Suspended Until Nov. 2About 30% of students and faculty are now in quarantine, the school said Friday.
Pennsylvania Reports 2,219 New COVID-19 Cases, Highest One-Day Total To DateThe statewide total now stands at 190,579. 
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Announces Plan To Waive Liquor License Fees For Restaurants, BarsGov. Tom Wolf announced Thursday a new plan to provide support for the restaurant and bar industry.
Philadelphia Doctor Says FDA Approving Remdesivir To Fight COVID-19 'Another Medication In Our Toolbox'The antiviral drug is the first and only drug to receive approval so far.
'I Think It Goes Too Far': Narberth Ordinance Will Fine People $15 Caught Without A Face CoveringNarberth Mayor Andrea Deutsch is expected to sign an ordinance that will fine people caught without a face covering.
Chris Christie Urges Americans To Wear Masks, Says They Are 'Not A Partisan Or Cultural Symbol'Christie wrote that while he has been careful to follow guidelines such as social distancing, hand washing and wearing a mask, he let his guard down and left his mask off at the Supreme Court nomination ceremony of Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Sept. 26.
Gov. Murphy Abruptly Leaves Event, Goes Into Quarantine After Learning Staff Member Tests COVID-19 PositiveNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy abruptly left an event Wednesday after announcing he was going into quarantine, saying he just found out a person he was in contact with over the weekend had tested positive for COVID-19.
Pennsylvania Officials Confirm First COVID-19 Positive Cat In StateThe cat had presented a mild respiratory illness in early October.
Delaware Health Officials 'Concerned' About Recent Positive COVID-19 Test Results Linked To Private GatheringsHealth officials say restaurants are the number one place people have been, before testing positive.
Philadelphia Health Officials Cautioning Residents To Keep Guard Up As City Enters 'Dangerous Period' With COVID-19Over the last 24 hours, Philadelphia recorded an additional 268 positive cases and 8 additional deaths.