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Details are still unclear on the policy change, which was spurred by Twitter requests.
Prenatal visits on Zoom. Drive-by baby showers. Face masks during birth. Despite all that, "to bring life into this world, it's really a blessing."
This chart allows you to gauge how well Philadelphia is containing coronavirus spread.
Some commercial eviction proceedings are underway, while other developers are negotiating.
"It hits a nerve to see it all in one place visually."
Anthony Thomas, who previously lived at the Parkway protest camp, was discovered in his room over Thanksgiving weekend.
The city health department updates numbers daily.
There’s now a “repair or demolish” order on the Rodeway Inn, which is in a historic Center City property.
Philly homeowners were approved for CARES Act aid, only to get rejection letters from the bank — which then reversed its position (again).
‘There is no bar business anyway’: Thanksgiving Eve booze ban disappoints, confuses Philly restaurant owners
Pa. suspended on-site alcohol sales for the pre-holiday party night — but to-go cocktails are allowed.
With little concrete information, the city health department is trying to work out logistics.
There are still dozens of options available, although many have long wait times and longer turnaround.
In a facility with nearly 200 COVID cases over the past month, attorneys say their clients are being deprived of basic rights.
The 30 beds at the first site sometimes fill up, officials said, with people from shelters or those experiencing homelessness.
For both venues, the final blow was Philly's latest ban on indoor dining.
After speaking with brave souls who made the move, we collected a list of tips on how to break the news.
A ‘mask tree’ grows in Harrowgate: Philly resident provides free face coverings for the neighborhood
The day after Darlene Burton put up the popular installation, her daughter was diagnosed with COVID.
No indoor dining, no gyms, no theaters — and ideally, no gathering with people outside your household at all.
As positivity spikes, hospitalizations grow and mask-wearing drops, Philadelphia is enacting new restrictions to send a message.
A web-based survey and info portal will help the health department’s team keep up.