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.
The new regulations, which are said to take restaurants’ feedback into account, could go into effect as soon as May 12.
We’re keeping track with this list.
Workers are prepping City Hall for in-person Council session, but lawmakers are still holding off on a return
The plan includes “wireless technology” to allow for safer public participation.
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.
Philly dropped its general mask mandate, but there are still some places you’re supposed to wear one. Here’s how it works.
The Wells Fargo Center is going mask-free, but it’s still required on SEPTA.
Most COVID regulations apply to students, faculty and staff, but specifics vary by school.
Some Philly restaurant workers feel like they can’t call out — much less ask for sick pay — as omicron causes staff shortages
“There’s not a lot of people in service work that have a safety net,” said the manager at one Center City spot.
This wave of forced shutdowns is coming during what’s usually the busy season.
Mummers Parade will go on: Philly officials had no conversations about canceling over rising COVID cases
If you're planning to attend, the health department suggests getting your booster and wearing a mask.
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.
A platter that was once $6 might now set you back $8 — but that doesn’t reflect the reality of much higher wholesale costs.
The city’s rate for 5- to 11-year-olds is still below the national average, but it's catching up.
Floods in Manayunk threatened their pandemic-postponed wedding, but friends stepped up to make it work
Even the replacement venue briefly lost power that weekend, thanks to Ida.
For a group of about 4,000 municipal staff, Dec. 1 is the new deadline.
A longtime Philly cook describes the industry's employment conundrum.
All municipal workers and contractors must get the COVID vaccine by mid-January.
The program could abruptly end if the Pa. Supreme Court doesn’t extend its waiver.