Pennsylvania’s acting physician general is urging people to continue to get vaccinated even as more than 70% of the eligible population has received at least a first dose of the COVID-19 shot.
The Wolf Administration has provided guidance for children under the age of 12, who are not yet eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
With more and more people becoming vaccinated, the need for huge clinics across the region has fallen off. The Allentown Health Bureau plans to close its operations at the Fairgrounds by June 30.
Head of the COVID vaccine trials at LVHN updates the findings By Brittany Sweeney May 26, 2021 Lehigh Valley Health Network is part of an ongoing study of the Pfizer COVID Vaccine. Six months in, they’ve found the vaccine continues to be more than 90% effective. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Joseph Yozviak is overseeing the […]
State Sen. Judy Ward is a co-sponsor of a bill gaining traction in the Pennsylvania state senate that seeks to ban so-called “vaccine passports” from being required by state or local government.