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Delaware Launches COVID-19 Alert AppIt's available to anyone 18 or older who lives, works or attends college in the state.
New Jersey Health Officials Urging Residents To Get Flu Vaccine This Year Amid PandemicKimberly Davis reports.
Pennsylvania Ranks At Bottom Of List Of COVID-19 Testing Availability In US, Data ShowsPennsylvania ranked only above Puerto Rico
Officials Worried About Another Coronavirus Resurgence Ahead Of Labor Day WeekendStephanie Stahl reports.
Officials: COVID-19 Outbreak Linked To Chester County Cheerleading SquadSix members of the team, all girls ranging in age from 15 to 17, tested positive.
Dr. Deborah Birx Meets With Health Experts In HarrisburgBirx and experts discussed ways to fight the coronavirus.
Kingsway Regional High School Dealing With COVID-19 OutbreakStephanie Stahl reports.
At Least 9 Members Of Tacony Church Test Positive For COVID-19Stephanie Stahl reports.
Pediatricians: Get Kids Used To Wearing Masks As School ApproachesMasks can be worn safely for children 2 and older.
Delaware Senator Introduces 'Quit Because Of COVID-19 Act'Sen. Tom Carper is hoping to help more people quit smoking.
Coronavirus Cases In American Children Skyrocket In July, Report FindsStephanie Stahl reports.
Several Montgomery County Sports Teams Quarantined Because Of COVID-19Stephanie Stahl reports.
New Research Identifies Best Kind Of MaskStephanie Stahl reports.
Philadelphia Educators Concerned About Safety When Schools Reopen In FallAlecia Reid reports.
How To Cure 'COVID Burnout'Vittoria Woodill reports.
Lawyers Seeing Rise In Teachers Preparing Wills Ahead Of Return To SchoolAlexandria Hoff reports.
Delaware Releases Guidelines For Schools To Reopen This FallFace coverings are required for students in fourth grade and up.
Philadelphia Cancels All Large Events Until March Due To COVID-19Matt Petrillo reports.
Wildwood Postpones Friday Night Firework Shows For NowThe mayor says he's postponing the shows because he's worried about safety.
Bucks County Health Officials Warn Bars To Follow Guidelines Or Risk Being Shut DownKimberly Davis reports.
Cape May County Officials Request Universal Mask Wearing In PublicThat includes on the boardwalks.
Pennsylvania Day Cares Step Up Safety Measures As More Parents Head Back To WorkAlecia Reid reports.
Surgeon General In Philadelphia For Roundtable Coronavirus DiscussionThe Black community is being hit hard by COVID-19.
Philadelphia Officials Likely To Delay City's Move To Green Phase of ReopeningStephanie Stahl reports.

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