Health officials say there are now at least 5,805 cases of the novel coronavirus in Pennsylvania, with 74 reported deaths.
Pennsylvania set another record for unemployment filings last week, surpassing 400,000, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf signed four bills Friday in response to the novel coronavirus.
Health officials say there are more than 2,000 cases of the novel coronavirus in the state of Pennsylvania, with nearly two dozen reported deaths.
Gov. Tom Wolf has allowed gun shops to reopen on a limited basis during the coronavirus pandemic after several justices of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court urged him to do so.
More than 400,000 Pennsylvanians filed for unemployment compensation benefits last week amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The are currently at least 479 cases of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania, with 96 cases reported in Philadelphia.
By Friday evening, Wolf issued new guidance that granted shutdown exceptions to certain industries. It also delayed enforcement from Saturday to Monday.
Gov. Tom Wolf issued a sweeping shutdown order to tens of thousands of “non-life-sustaining” businesses, decreeing they must close their physical locations to slow the spread of the coronavirus or face enforcement by state police and other government agencies.
The King of Prussia Mall has closed amid a call for nonessential businesses to close to help stem the spread of the coronavirus.
In an effort to quell the spread of coronavirus, Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf asked Pennsylvanians with recent travel history and citizens with known exposure to COVID-19 to contact the state's health department.
Two new presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 have been declared in Pennsylvania Saturday afternoon, Gov. Tom Wolf announced. The two new cases are both said to be in Montgomery County.
Highlights of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s spending plan for the 2020-21 budget year, which begins July 1.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf took aim at student debt and aging public school buildings in a budget proposal rolled out Tuesday.
Gov. Tom Wolf has unveiled a new $1.1 billion package intended to help eliminate lead and asbestos contamination in Pennsylvania’s public schools.
United Parcel Service has committed to spending $1.4 billion to expand its operations in Pennsylvania and hire more than 1,700 new, full-time employees, Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration said Wednesday.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration is developing a plan to help deal with aging school buildings plagued by environmental problems, including lead paint and asbestos insulation, his office said.
Gov. Tom Wolf plans to ask lawmakers for an extra $40 million-plus to help improve services for the vulnerable, including children, the elderly and people with disabilities.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced a broad effort Thursday to improve mental health services and change public perceptions of mental illness.
As a new federal overtime rule goes into effect, more than 60,000 Pennsylvania residents are expected to see a pay increase in 2020.