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Philadelphia is tracking the latest Philadelphia coronavirus news, including breaking information about COVID-19 in the region and helpful guides and tools to navigate the crisis. You can find the latest CDC recommendations on coronavirus here. For more information on debunked myths surrounding the disease, look here. To learn more about the Philly biotech company that’s working on a vaccine for COVID-19, read more here. To read our latest coverage on coronavirus in Philadelphia, check the links below.

Foobooz

Of Course It’s Too Soon for Indoor Dining

July 3rd was going to be a big day for Philly restaurants. That was the date, chosen (tentatively) by city officials, that restaurants would be […]

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NextHealth PHL

Philly Nonprofit Offers Free Self-Test Kits to Encourage HIV Testing at Home

For more than 40 years, local non-profit AccessMatters has been working to equalize access to sexual and reproductive healthcare for teens and adults in the […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

Coronavirus Wedding Diaries: We Changed Our Date Early, and It’s Working Out Better for Us, So Far

University City couple Dani Maiale, 26, and John Dombroski, 30, were planning for a 400-person wedding October 3rd at The Union League of Philadelphia when […]

the colonial theatre in phoenixville, one of the pennsylvania movie theaters set to reopen this weekend
City Life

Yes, You Can Go See a Movie This Weekend — But You Can’t Eat Inside a Philly Restaurant

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Some Pennsylvania Movie Theaters and Museums Are […]

the FBI says this photo shows Lore Blumenthal lighting a Philadelphia police car on fire during a George Floyd protest
City Life

The Feds Are Playing Hardball With Accused Arsonist Lore Blumenthal

A roundup of Philly news. This post may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. The Feds Want to Keep Lore Blumenthal […]

philadelphia police using tear gas on protesters, who are filing a lawsuit over the use of tear gas
City Life

Philly Lawyers Prepping Massive Lawsuit Against City Over Tear Gas and Other Incidents

A roundup of Philly news. This post may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Philly Lawyers Prepping Massive Lawsuit Against City […]

American Swedish History Museum
Philadelphia Wedding

12 Philly-Area Outdoor Wedding Venues That Bring a Breath of Fresh Air to Your Big Day

Summer has us longing for the outdoors, and alfresco weddings (including all those elopements and micro-gatherings) seem to offer a post-pandemic paradise. That’s why we’ve […]

NextHealth PHL

NextUp: The Local Company Unlocking the Mysteries of Brain Disease

“NextUp” is a weekly NextHealth PHL feature that highlights the local leaders, organizations and research shaping the Greater Philadelphia region’s life sciences ecosystem. Email qmuse@phillymag.com […]

nurturing friendships
City Life

How the Coronavirus Shutdown Rekindled Our Appreciation of Friendship

I was five years old when I met my first best friend. It was summertime, and both of our families had just moved to town. […]

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Life & Style

What 14 Creative Philadelphians Wore During Quarantine

How does Philly’s creative class hole up? With swagger, obviously. We asked artists, restaurant owners, stylists and more to document their quarantine style through self-portraits. […]

City Life

As Philly Coronavirus Cases Decrease, a Related Danger Emerges: Heat Exposure

When the COVID-19 pandemic began, there was an initial line of thinking that the virus would be the great equalizer: Anyone could get sick, rich […]

Philadelphia Wedding

9 Ways Philly Vendors are Helping Couples Pull Off Elopements or Micro-Weddings

The pandemic has forced us to rethink many aspects of our lives, including the way we celebrate life’s big moments — weddings, among them. As […]

Be Well Philly

This New Running Challenge Will Help You Explore Philly’s Hidden Gems

Because the coronavirus pandemic cancelled — or at least significantly delayed — a number of in-person races, you may be finding it tough to stay […]

City Life

Intubated and Unconscious: My Battle With COVID-19

It was mid-March, and I was fighting a nagging sinus infection — the second in a month — taking an antibiotic prescribed by my primary […]

Foobooz

In Memoriam: All the Philly Restaurants That Closed During the Coronavirus Crisis So Far

COVID-19 has presented unprecedented challenges to Philadelphia’s restaurants, causing many restaurateurs to doubt their ability to reopen. For some, this has been a time to […]