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493 non-violent, low level offenders finally released from Delco jail to mitigate coronavirus spread

Delco DA Jack Stollsteimer worked with law enforcement, the courts, and defense lawyers in a collaborative effort to mitigate coronavirus pandemic.

China to bar entry to most foreigners to ‘slow spread’ of coronavirus

China will block most foreigners from entering the country - including those with valid visas and residence permits - to ‘slow the spread’ of the coronavirus pandemic.

U.S. death toll from coronavirus surpasses 1,000

U.S. deaths from the coronavirus pandemic have topped 1,000, in another grim milestone for a global outbreak that is taking lives and...

Gov. Wolf announces new financial assistance of up to $100k immediately

Governor Tom Wolf announced that new funding is available to help small businesses impacted by the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.

US coronavirus cases cross 60,000, 827 dead: tracker

There are over 60,000 confirmed COVID-19 in the U.S. and more than 800 death, according to Johns Hopkins University.

2 Delaware County residents die of coronavirus

The Chester County Health Department has confirmed two deaths of Delaware County residents due to COVID-19.

Florida can ‘order’ civilians be vaccinated for coronavirus, new executive order says

In an unprecedented move, Florida's Health Department says the Surgeon General 'can order any individual to be vaccinated' on demand.

Iowa reports first coronavirus-related death

Iowa public health officials say a person who had tested positive for coronavirus in the state has died.

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Delaware County seeks up to 700 volunteers for an Alternative Care Site at Glen Mills

Glen Mills School will serve as an Alternative Care Site for Delco and officials are asking up to 700 locals to volunteer at the center.
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Delaware County seeks up to 700 volunteers for an Alternative Care Site at Glen Mills

Glen Mills School will serve as an Alternative Care Site for Delco and officials are asking up to 700 locals to volunteer at the center.

Residents of New York, New Jersey & Connecticut urged to avoid all ‘non-essential’ travel

The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued a statement urging residents in the tri-state region not travel.
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COVID-19 TOPS 300,000 CASES GLOBAL, U.S. SEES MAJOR OVERNIGHT SPIKE

The World Health Organization reported Monday that over 40,000 new cases of coronavirus and 1,344 deaths were confirmed overnight.

Miami reports first coronavirus-related death, patient frequented clubs

Israel Carreras, 40, passed away due to complications he developed after contracting the deadly coronavirus at a massive Miami beach party, Your Content has learned.

Chicago baby is first coronavirus-related infant death in U.S.

An infant younger than one year of age in Chicago – who tested positive for the virus – has died, the Illinois Department of Public Health confirmed.
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