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All Pennsylvania schools to close for two weeks amid coronavirus outbreak; Trump declares national emergency

Gov. Tom Wolf ordered the statewide school shutdown as cases of the virus continue to the climb in the region and major employers are directing staffers to work from home.

Philly closes 63 schools, bans events of more than 1,000 people; Montco schools close for 2 weeks

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is seeking up to $85 million in emergency funding to deal with the coronavirus, while sports leagues including the NHL, NBA, and MLS have suspended their seasons. Fallout from Montgomery County cases closes in Philadelphia and Main Line.

Trump ends all travel from Europe to the U.S.; NBA suspends season; Penn, Temple moving all classes online for rest of semester due to the coronavirus

As the number of cases continued to creep up Wednesday, President Trump delivered a televised national address and major institutions began shutting down anything involving travel. The NBA suspended its season.

Philly cancels St. Patrick’s Day parade, warns against large gatherings after first coronavirus case; Bucks identifies first two cases

The Philadelphia Health Department is now recommending that city residents consider not attending public gatherings with more than 5,000 expected attendees.

7073彩票登录 plunge amid coronavirus fears, New Jersey declares state of emergency

As the number of cases in the Philadelphia region grows, the widening impact is affecting schools, conferences, and businesses.

First presumed coronavirus cases reported in Philly area; city officials detail preparedness efforts

The number of cases of the novel coronavirus escalated both locally and nationally on Friday, including cases in Delaware County in Pennsylvania and Camden County in South Jersey.

New Jersey reports second presumed coronavirus case; U.S. death toll rises to 12

New Jersey has reported its second "presumptive positive" case of the virus, while in Philadelphia, officials are awaiting test results from two potential cases.

Philly coronavirus case tests negative; New Jersey has 'presumptive positive'; U.S. death toll climbs

A possible coronavirus case in Philadelphia is under investigation, as more local universities are scaling back travel abroad.

Are Beyond Burgers beyond Lent’s meat-free rules? Here’s what Philly’s archdiocese and others say.

According to the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, these plant-based proxies are too close for comfort.

Villanova cancels Italy study-abroad program as coronavirus spreads

Arcadia University also decided to cancel an upcoming student trip to South Korea, citing the spread of coronavirus.