Delaware County has turned a tide.
Search / 10 results found Showing: 10 of 10
Delaware County has been receiving, on average, approximately 1,000 doses of COVID vaccine from the state weekly - a rate that would take more than 10 years to vaccinate every Delco resident.
SPRINGFIELD — A student at Holy Cross Elementary School in Springfield has tested positive for COVID-19, Archdioscese of Philadelphia officials confirmed Tuesday.
While COVID-19 walloped many sectors of the economy with stay-at-home orders, shutdowns and layoffs, the medical marijuana industry appears to be booming, with the overall market doubling in size since February.
If schools are going to be closed until Oct. 9, so should bars, casinos, gyms and restaurants except for takeout. That was the thinking of some Delaware County Council members Wednesday night.
RIDLEY TOWNSHIP — Friday's COVID-19 numbers from the state Department of Health will be the determining factor in whether the Ridley School District reopens Sept. 8 with a hybrid model or as all virtual learning for the upcoming school year.
The Chester Upland School District has become the first in Delaware County to decide all instruction will be online through the end of the year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced that beginning June 2 driver’s skills test, including motorcycle skills test, will resume at reopened Driver License Centers.
HARRISBURG — Department of Human Services Secretary Teresa Miller joined representatives from the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape and the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence to remind Pennsylvanians that resources and assistance are available to victims and survivors of sexual assault or domestic violence during COVID-19 mitigation efforts.
RADNOR — Drive-through test-taking for the COVID-19 virus has begun at two Delaware County health care systems on a limited basis.