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NJ to Lift Mask Mandate on May 28th

NJ to Lift Mask Mandate on May 28th

New Jersey will lift its indoor mask mandate for people vaccinated against COVID-19 beginning on Friday, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday. The announcement comes about a week after Murphy, a Democrat, rejected similar mask guidance from the Centers for Disease […]

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CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Don’t Need to Wear Face Masks

CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Don’t Need to Wear Face Masks

Fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear a face mask or stay six feet away from others in most settings, whether outdoors or indoors, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will say in updated public health guidance to […]

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Philadelphia to fully eopen in June

Philadelphia to Fully Reopen in June

Mayor Jim Kenney announced Tuesday afternoon that the City of Philadelphia will drop its “safer at home” restrictions put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic on June 11. However, a mask mandate will continue.

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PA to Lift COVID Mitigation Orders on Memorial Day

PA to Lift COVID Mitigation Orders on Memorial Day

Pennsylvania will lift all COVID-19 restrictions – except an order to wear a mask while in public – on Memorial Day, the Wolf administration announced Tuesday. Capacity restrictions on bars, restaurants and indoor and outdoor gatherings will go away on […]

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NJ Lifting All Capacity Restrictions on Restaurants, Outdoor Events

NJ Lifting All Capacity Restrictions on Restaurants

New Jersey will end many of its Covid-19 capacity restrictions on May 19, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday. Murphy is set to lift capacity limits on businesses, allowing for any establishment to have maximum capacity as long as they are […]

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Philly to Relax Dining and Event Restrictions

Philly to Relax Dining and Event Restrictions

Philadelphia will allow indoor weddings and other catered events to resume and will increase the limits on indoor restaurant capacity and table size starting May 7, Health Commissioner Thomas Farley said Tuesday. Farley said the rate of new cases of […]

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Biden to Relax Outdoor Mask Guidance

Biden to Relax Outdoor Mask Guidance

The Biden administration is slated to relax federal public health guidance on wearing masks outdoors as soon as this week, a source familiar with the plans told NBC News. The announcement, which may come as early as Tuesday, could give […]

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Philly and NJ Pause Use of J&J Vaccine

Philly and NJ Pause Use of J&J Vaccine

Philadelphia, Pa. and N.J. all pause use of J&J vaccine as U.S. investigates reports of rare blood clots; COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Pa. The CDC and FDA recommended the pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the […]

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All Adults in Pennsylvania are Eligible for Vax

All Adults in Pennsylvania are Eligible for Vax

Governor Tom Wolf and the COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force announced that effective tomorrow, Tuesday, April 13, all Pennsylvania adults will be eligible to schedule an appointment for the COVID -19 vaccine. “We need to maintain acceleration of the vaccine rollout, […]

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Fully Vaccinated People Can Travel Again

Fully Vaccinated People Can Travel Again

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its guidance to say fully vaccinated people can travel within the U.S. without getting tested for the coronavirus or going into quarantine afterward. Previously, the agency had cautioned against unnecessary travel even […]

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Murphy Expects NJ Schools to Be In-Person in Fall

Murphy Expects NJ Schools to Be In-Person in Fall

The Cherry Hill School District is excited about Governor Phil Murphy announcing he’s fully expecting students back in the classroom for in-person learning, five days a week, by this fall. “It’s exciting; children belong in schools,” said Joseph Meloche, the […]

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Philly Won’t Ease Restrictions Like Rest of PA

Philly Won’t Ease Restrictions Like Rest of PA

Philly won’t ease restrictions like rest of Pa. as cases and hospitalizations rise; Regal Cinemas to reopen theaters. “I’m concerned that the rest of the state is opening up too much,” said Public Health Commissioner Thomas Farley. “I don’t think […]

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