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COVID-19 Vaccine Could Be Available For Children Under 5 By June 21Pfizer has submitted its application for emergency use authorization for its vaccine for children 6 months to 5 years old.
Mental Reset: How To Talk To Children Following A Tragic EventTammie Souza reports from Love Park.
COVID Cases Jumped 168% Nationwide In Last MonthStephanie Stahl reports.
Several School Districts Requiring Indoor Masking As COVID Cases Spike In RegionCOIVD cases are rising again across our region.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman To Have Surgery For Pacemaker Implant After Suffering StrokeFetterman remains hospitalized in Lancaster after suffering a stroke and will now undergo surgery to receive a pacemaker with a defibrillator to regulate his heart rate and rhythm.
COVID-19 Cases Are Up 60 Percent Across The US, Even More In New JerseyCBS3 health reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the spike and why it's happening now.
Pfizer Booster Approved For Kids Ages 5-11Pfizer is the only vaccine available for kids of any age in the U.S.
Mt. Airy Learning Tree Joins CBS3 For Mental Reset At Love ParkMeteorologist Tammie Souza reports live from Love Park. Hear from a mental health expert on why exercise is a good way to maintain a positive state of mind.
Pennsylvania Doctors Concerned About Women's Health If Roe V. Wade Is OverturnedStephanie Stahl reports.
FDA Signs Off On Remdesivir For Children As Young As 28 Days OldIt's the first COVID-19 treatment for anyone younger than 12.
CDC Advisory Committee To Meet Wednesday To Discuss Booster DosesThey'll be discussing vaccine doses, according to a spokeswoman.
Philadelphia Is Bringing Back Indoor Mask MandateWakisha Bailey reports.
Philadelphia Health Department To Announce If They Will Reinstate Mask MandateStephanie Stahl reports.
Philadelphia May Issue Indoor Mask Mandate Again If COVID Cases Continue To RiseStephanie Stahl reports.
Philadelphia Health Officials Recommending Indoor Masking Again As Another Wave Of COVID-19 Could Be On The WayRight now, the city is averaging about 94 new cases per day over the last two weeks. That's a 50 percent increase over the last ten days.
Local Doctor Explains Aphasia Disorder That's Impacting Bruce Willis' Acting CareerStephanie Stahl reports.
Pfizer Recalls Some Blood Pressure MedicinesThe company is advising patients to talk to their doctors about alternatives.
ICU, Surgery Units Suspended At Delaware County Memorial HospitalCrozer Health is closing parts of Delaware County Memorial Hospital, although it says it is a temporary measure.
Springing Forward Poses Health Risks This Weekend As Daylight Saving Time BeginsStephanie Stahl explains what those risks are.
Organon Giving Employees Day Off To Focus On Health On International Women's DayStephanie Stahl reports.
Camden County Holds Its Final COVID Town HallAfter two years, county commissioners say the situation has improved enough that the briefings can end.
New Program Providing Mental Health Support To New Jersey Healthcare WorkersIt was praised on Monday by Sen. Cory Booker.
Health Officials Closely Monitoring More Contagious Omicron Subvariant BA.2Stephanie Stahl reports.
Majority Of Philadelphia Public Schools Have Contaminated Drinking Water, Report FindsNatasha Brown reports.

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