David Rubin, who’s been modeling the pandemic for months at CHOP, shares three reasons for optimism and two causes for concern (because it can’t be all good news, right?).
From making the most of parks to re-routing SEPTA, how Philly could and should adapt to the season.
It’s time to lean into the cold. Here’s how.
Three key takeaways from Philadelphia’s weekly briefing, including the return of indoor dining.
From Congresspeople with actual impeachment votes to city and state legislators, the calls for removal, impeachment, and criminal prosecution are coming fast and furious.
Some 60 percent of the doses we’ve received have yet to be administered. Inside the logistical nightmare of launching a massive vaccination program during a pandemic.
It was a year unlike any other. Here are the numbers that prove it.
Unemployment is above 10 percent. Tax revenue and transit ridership remain down. The newest COVID stimulus bill doesn’t include aid for restaurants or city governments. But people are still buying things, and the Center City real estate market is hot.
An up-close look at what’s hopefully the beginning of the end of the coronavirus pandemic.
Parts of the region could see up to a foot, though there’s still a bit of uncertainty in the forecast.
Health commissioner Tom Farley says the first rounds of COVID-19 vaccination will be allocated to health-care workers. But with doses scarce for now, even they might not all be vaccinated by the end of the year.
We’ve assembled a panel of climate experts and they tell us that basically, regrettably, the answer is: yes.
Judge Matthew Brann equated the Trump campaign’s argument to “Frankenstein’s Monster.” That and the other five best quotes from Brann’s decision, which has allowed counties across Pennsylvania to officially certify the election results.