Se dan muchas razones para el impacto en la población latina, desde su concentración en trabajos mal pagados y de alto riesgo hasta la falta de atención médica y predisposiciones genéticas para ciertos riesgos de salud que el virus puede agravar.
Latino communities are among those hardest hit by the coronavirus. Here’s why that’s happening, and what can be done about it.
Due to the pandemic, the 30-year tradition will take on a new form this year. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t participate.
Pennsylvania’s Auditor General has launched an investigation into the state Department of Community and Economic Development’s handling of business shutdowns COVID-19.
Palmyra Area School District stands to lose over $2 million due to fallout from COVID-19.
LebTown speaks with Lebanon County coroner Dr. Jeff Yocum about the virus’ impact on his work and the strained relationship between the Pa. DOH and his colleagues across the state.
Steve Lum was called into New York City on March 31 to help process COVID-19 victims. Here, he recalls his experience.
The event was originally scheduled for early April. ELCO teachers are making sure it isn’t missed.
Las escuelas del condado de Lebanon están consolidando planes sobre cómo terminar el año académico 2019-20 sin que los estudiantes regresen a sus aulas.
Hundreds of people gathered Monday morning outside the State Capitol in Harrisburg to protest Gov. Tom Wolf’s stay-at-home order to halt the spread of COVID-19.
State Rep. Russ Diamond on Monday announced a forthcoming bill limiting the governor’s state of disaster emergency powers in the future.
Some students are “flourishing in the online environment,” while others are not able to connect to online classrooms from their homes.
State Rep. Russ Diamond (R-102) will speak at the rally, which is scheduled to begin at noon on Monday.
Dos senadores estatales de Pensilvania están preocupados de que los residentes de los estados vecinos estén tratando de aprovechar las instalaciones de salud locales para obtener pruebas o tratamientos más rápidos durante la pandemia de COVID-19.
Work on a $5.6 million turf fields project will continue at Palmyra Area High School despite concerns about the spread of COVID-19.