The Middle Creek Visitors Center will be closed until at least the end of this month due to fears about the spread of COVID-19, commonly calle…
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Conestoga Valley High School junior Samantha Schlegel began preparing for her North Museum Science & Engineering Fair project nearly a year ago.
A School District of Lancaster employee's spouse who was believed to have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, has tested negative, the district said Saturday.
LEWISBURG — Instead of loud music, cheering fans and the buzz at the start of each event at the PIAA Class 3A swimming championships, an eerie…
Following the recommendations of Gov. Tom Wolf, churches in Lancaster County are making changes to their regularly scheduled services and events.
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Editor's note: The Gordonville Spring Auction and Mud Sale has added safety precautions to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, according t…
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Lancaster County is prepared to issue a disaster declaration for COVID-19 “if we have to,” county commissioner Josh Parsons said Thursday.
The Lancaster County Board of Commissioners is holding a press conference at the County Public Safety center in Manheim at 2 p.m. today to dis…
The North Museum has canceled the awards ceremony and public viewing portion of Thursday’s science fair due to heightened concerns over the coronavirus, or COVID-19, a museum spokeswoman said.
The NBA suspended its season Wednesday after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus, as reported by the Associated Press.
s the novel coronavirus continues to march across the country, for many workers getting sick is only part of what worries them. What about get…
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But now, health authorities say, the COVID-19 pandemic is such a serious threat to vulnerable people in health care facilities that regular visits should be discouraged, and steps taken to keep anyone who may have the virus from entering.
With a scarf wrapped tightly around her face, Humaira Choudry walked Wednesday afternoon toward the entryway to Conestoga View Nursing & R…
Millersville University, Franklin & Marshall College and Elizabethtown College are joining a growing list of Pennsylvania colleges and uni…
The number of colleges and universities taking steps to combat coronavirus, or COVID-19, is growing significantly, it seems, by the hour.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health has confirmed another presumed positive case of the coronavirus in the state bringing the total to 16. T…
Millersville University announced Wednesday morning that it would be suspending all in-person classes after spring break.
The Lancaster County Board of Commissioners will hold a press conference Thursday, March 12 to discuss the county’s response to the new corona…
The Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Lebanon and its clinic in Willow Street are performing health screenings outside their fa…
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences will temporarily close its campus Wednesday because an individual there was exposed to someone who tes…
All Pennsylvania's COVID-19 cases have been traced to known outbreaks, Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said at noon Tuesday, so efforts …
Public health officials in the U.S. have repeatedly said face masks are not effective at preventing the spread of COVID-19 among the general p…
As the COVID-19 situation develops, experts encourage people to stay informed by getting information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Contro…
While fears of a worldwide pandemic from COVID-19 — also known as coronavirus — run rampant, area transportation hubs are running business as usual.
All the major health systems in Lancaster County offer some form of virtual visits, and some of the insurers do too.
Staff at the Lancaster County Prison has been working to ensure that proper procedures are in place to protect its staff and inmate in the eve…
Lancaster County government, safety and health officials spoke Wednesday to coordinate a response plan in the event a case of coronavirus, COV…
Anyone who is concerned they might have coronavirus should call first, not just show up at an doctor's office, urgent care center or emergency…
Flu cases are on the downswing but still a concern as Pennsylvania prepares for potential coronavirus cases here, health officials said Tuesday.
Zach Shamberg is president and CEO of Pennsylvania Health Care Association, which represents hundreds of assisted living residences and person…
With the rapid spread of the coronavirus bringing havoc to the stock market, Lancaster-based investing experts are offering their clients five…
The deadly coronavirus outbreak in China is forcing a Lancaster-based company to quickly create new ways of doing business.
To help limit the spread of the flu and the new coronavirus, Mean Cup announced that as of Friday it won’t be filling customers’ reusable cups…
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention has a guide to help households prepare for the possibility of a COVID-19 outbreak in the…
An outbreak of coronavirus disease in a nursing home near Seattle is prompting urgent calls for precautionary tactics at America’s elder care facilities, where residents are at heightened risk of serious complications from the illness because of the dual threat of age and close living conditions.
The United States has confirmed 91 cases of the coronavirus and two deaths as a result of the virus, according to the Center for Disease Contr…
Chances are, if you work for a large company, you received an email like one sent to Volkswagen employees Monday: Coronavirus concerns mean so…
Two Lancaster County colleges have canceled study abroad trips amid fears over the coronavirus' rapid spread through parts of Asia and Europe.
The arrival of the novel coronavirus disease, officially known as COVID-19, brought along a relentless flow of alerts and advice via every med…