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The Liacouras Center Hospital Probably Won’t Help COVID-19 Patients

Hospitals and emergency rooms across the country are becoming increasingly overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients, forcing healthcare providers to think creatively about where and how they […]

City Life

No More Mr. Nice Mayor: Jim Kenney, Shut This City Down

Philadelphia, we are now in the four-digit club. As of Monday, Philadelphia had officially surpassed 1,000 cases of COVID-19, with positive tests in every zip […]

City Life

A Naked Student and Crying Babies: Tales From the Weird First Week of Online Classes at Penn

“Let’s talk about the assigned reading for today. What are everyone’s initial thoughts?” A simple question to start a class discussion leads to chaos: No […]

NextHealth PHL

Another Philly Company Joins the Race to Develop a Coronavirus Vaccine

As the coronavirus responsible for COVID-19 continues to spread around the country and globe, scientists are thinking more about long-term implications. Researchers have yet to […]

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City Life

Philly Coronavirus News: More Wawa Trouble, City Upgrades Risk Level, NJ Closes Beaches

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Wawa Makes More Big Changes Amid Coronavirus Crisis Last week, Wawa announced that the company had suspended self-service coffee […]

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City Life

Philly Coronavirus News: Wawa Employee Positive, Philly Cancels Easter, and Valley Forge Shuts Down

Update 3/27/2020 at 9 a.m.: Wawa has now suspended made-to-order food at all of its Philadelphia locations amid the coronavirus crisis. Click here for the […]

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City Life

Ghost Town Philly, Comcast and the Summer Olympics Postponement, and NJ Coronavirus Numbers Surge

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Coronavirus Turns Philly Into a Ghost Town What “a sharp and sudden contrast,” as a colleague of mine put […]

NextHealth PHL

The Coronavirus Outbreak Is Far From Over. But Here’s How It Might End.

As of Monday afternoon, there are 175 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Philadelphia, according to the city’s department of health. There are more than 39,000 […]

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Philadelphia Nurses Tell All: I’m Afraid I’ll Infect My Family

“Philadelphia Nurses Tell All” is a weekly series that features stories from healthcare professionals about how they are working to combat COVID-19. If you are […]

City Life

Should I Have Called the Cops on My Neighbor’s Party?

I couldn’t sleep. After reading a New York Times article by three Penn doctors saying that a return to normalcy from the COVID-19 pandemic was […]

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8 Dangerous Myths About Coronavirus Debunked

Long before the COVID-19 pandemic abruptly disrupted life around the world, America already had a problem with facts and misinformation. Now, with the virus crossing […]

City Life

My Senior Year at Penn Is Over. But I’m Learning to Be Okay With That.

I felt prepared for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) — at least in the beginning.  I’m a Bioengineering major at the University of Pennsylvania, where classes […]

NextHealth PHL

Here’s How Long Until a COVID-19 Vaccine Is Ready

The COVID-19 outbreak that began nearly three months ago in Wuhan, China has since affected more than 150,000 people across 131 countries, including the United […]

City Life

I Planned My Granddaughter’s First Birthday Party for Months. Then We Had to #CancelEverything

The plans had been set for a long time. The invitations arrived way back in January, for one o’clock on Saturday, March 14th. My first […]

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Philly Coronavirus News: The Shutdown Gets Real, The Numbers Grow, The People Need Their Booze

Update: As of 5 p.m. on Monday, dining (or drinking) inside of Philly bars and restaurants has been banned until at least March 27th. Restaurants […]