COVID-19

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Penn’s Rapid Move-Out Plan Puts Heavy Burden on International Students

Update March 16th 5 p.m. On Sunday, the University of Pennsylvania denied Gantulga’s application to remain on campus. In an email, the university wrote, “Your […]

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Q&A: How to Stay Healthy in a Philadelphia Coronavirus Outbreak

As of Monday morning, Pennsylvania and New Jersey are each claiming six presumptive positive cases of coronavirus disease 2019, also known as COVID-19. Pennsylvania reports […]