New Statistics Show How New Jersey Stay-At-Home Orders Have Flattened Curve In StateThere were 708 new cases reported Tuesday, bringing the statewide total to 161,545.
Delaware Health Care Workers Go Door-To-Door Offering COVID-19 Testing To Seniors, Other Vulnerable ResidentsPublic health officials teamed up with the Wilmington Housing Authority to test residents in 10 high-rise buildings over the next week.
Temple University Releases Reopening Plan For In-Person Classes In FallThe university says they are working to reopen for in-person classes on time and in a safe manner.
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?
Reopening New Jersey: State To Allow Outdoor Dining, In-person Retail And Barbershops To Resume In Coming WeeksThese announcements come as the number of coronavirus cases rose to 160,918 with 509 new cases reported.
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. 
Pennsylvania Coronavirus Cases Near 72,000 As Death Toll Stands At 5,555
Amazon Offering Permanent Positions To Temporary Workers Hired During Coronavirus PandemicThe company says it's now offering permanent positions to about 125,000 people. 
New Jersey Officials Announce 910 New Coronavirus Cases As Statewide Total Surpasses 159,000Gov. Phil Murphy announced the statewide total now stands at 159,608 on Saturday.
Pennsylvania Coronavirus Cases Top 71,000 As Death Toll Surpasses 5,500; Philadelphia Cases Stand At 22,629On Saturday, 680 new COVID-19 cases were reported, bringing the statewide total to 71,415.
New Jersey Unveils Plan Allowing Child Care Services, Non-Contact Sports, Youth Camps To Resume In Coming WeeksSummer is around the bend and parents can now breathe a sigh of relief as they decide what to do with their children over the next couple of months.
Philadelphia Area Retailers 'Cautiously Optimistic' About In-Store Shopping Soon Resuming In Yellow Reopening PhaseOn tap for next week is in-store shopping at retailers and reopened child care centers.
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.