Details on how WellSpan Health and UPMC are gearing up COVID-19 testing efforts in Lebanon County.
City of Lebanon safer than 10 years ago, in good shape overall, according to Mayor Capello’s State of the City address.
Gov. Tom Wolf has expanded his orders regarding business shutdowns to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health announced Thursday that Lebanon County has its first confirmed case of the novel coronavirus.
To meet the need during COVID-19, several school districts in Lebanon County are offering meals to keep those young tummies full.
The Lebanon Veterans Affairs Medical Center confirmed Wednesday afternoon that it had treated a patient with the novel coronavirus.
Local preparations for the coronavirus continued Tuesday with a litany of further declarations and closings.
Lebanon County nursing homes such as Spang Crest and Cedar Haven are doing their best to limit exposure to the outside world.
“It’s never been busier than it’s been the last three days. Much worse than a bad snowstorm.”
The United Way of Lebanon County has launched a fundraising effort to protect the county’s most vulnerable residents from the impact of COVID-19.
Lebanon’s Municipal Building won’t be shut down due to COVID-19, but activities and public access will be severely limited for 14 days.
At a “virtual” press conference Monday afternoon, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf requested a two week statewide shutdown of nonessential businesses.
We take a look at what actions have been taken so far locally for COVID-19.
Lebanon Valley College, Lebanon VA Medical Center, and WellSpan Health are among the Lebanon County institutions that are responding to COVID-19.
While no cases have been reported in Lebanon County, the Lebanon County Department of Emergency Services has started a webpage designed to inform the public of any local impact of the coronavirus pandemic.