Party on, Philadelphia? The Health Department knows people aren’t going to stop gathering, so there’s an online application to help make it safer.
There's a lawsuit to stop it, but no court decisions have been made.
The city is no longer using percent positivity to measure the state of the pandemic.
Philly schools plan to drop their mask mandate, leaving students to worry about safety and confusion
Some think it won’t make a difference, because masking wasn't well-enforced in the first place.
Police, fire, and streets departments lag behind as Philly extends vaccine mandate for city employees
About 81% of the municipal workforce is fully vaccinated against COVID.
Positivity and case counts are spiking. Hospitalizations are also rising, but not as fast.
Many schools force you to toggle between several pages to get an accurate picture of the situation.
Any city resident can pick up two kits at a health department pop-up clinic.
The policy goes into effect Jan. 3, with a short grace period.
The city’s rate for 5- to 11-year-olds is still below the national average, but it's catching up.
For a group of about 4,000 municipal staff, Dec. 1 is the new deadline.
All municipal workers and contractors must get the COVID vaccine by mid-January.
Some providers describe high demand, but the city has no plans to add capacity. Residents are frustrated.
What to know about COVID vaccine boosters in Philly: Where to get it, who’s eligible, and what to bring
You don't need an ID, but you do need your vax card.
The number of city residents who have the vaccine is still growing, but slowly.
Philly releases breakthrough data: Vaccines reduced COVID deaths, ‘vast majority’ of cases and hospitalizations are unvaccinated
Health officials said the numbers show that put simply, "vaccines work."
North Philly high school mandates COVID vaccination for all students in bid to keep everyone in class
“It’s like any other vaccine that kids have to get to go to school,” said one relieved parent.
Alas, the charts are back.
A brass band, a rap emcee — and free vax clinics along the way.
Show your vax card, or dine outside.