CDC Says There's 'Substantial' Level Of COVID-19 Transmission In Parts Of Pennsylvania, Delaware And New Jersey RegionOfficials say it's mostly driven by the fierce Delta variant and is mainly impacting people who aren't vaccinated.
New Jersey Requiring All Employees In 'Certain' Healthcare Facilities Get COVID-19 Vaccine Or Regular Testing By Early SeptemberNew Jersey is requiring all employees in "certain" healthcare facilities and other high-risk congregate settings to have the COVID-19 vaccine or get tested regularly.
COVID-19 Transmission Rates Move Into Substantial Range Across Majority Of Tri-State RegionThe summer surge of the coronavirus continues and transmission rates moved into the substantial range across most of the tri-state region.
CDC Document Warns Delta Variant Appears To Spread As Easily As Chickenpox And Cause More Severe InfectionThe COVID-19 Delta variant is now more dangerous than previously revealed, according to concerning new documents from the CDC.
Jefferson Health's Dr. Rob Danoff Talks About The Latest COVID-19 SurgeJefferson Health's Dr. Rob Danoff sat down with CBS3's Janelle Burrell about the latest surge of COVID-19, mostly caused by the Delta variant.
University of Pennsylvania Hospital-Penn Presbyterian Named 13th Best Hospital In CountryUniversity of Pennsylvania Hospital-Penn Presbyterian also ranks very high in other categories.
Over 100 Million Eligible Americans Not Fully Protected From COVID-19Only about half of the country is fully vaccinated, which means over 100 million eligible Americans are not protected.
WATCH LIVE: Health Officials To Give COVID-19 Update On Efforts To Get More Pennsylvanians Fully VaccinatedThe briefing will take place at 2 p.m. and will be streamed on CBSN Philly.
Wills Eye Hospital Voted One Of America's Best Eye HospitalsWills Eye was established in 1832 as the first hospital specializing in eye care.
Montgomery County Summer Camp Closes Due To Coronavirus OutbreakCamp Kef at Kaiserman JCC in Wynnewood has been closed since Monday after approximately 12 students became infected.
'I Want A Chance To Live More': Access To ALS Treatments At Center Of Thursday Congressional HearingALS advocates want the FDA to come through on a commitment to provide better access to experimental treatments.