How do you get tested for the coronavirus in Philly if you don’t have a car?
“I didn’t feel like there was anyone in my corner helping me out,” said one man, who struggled to get tested.

Comcast commits $500 million to help its workers affected by coronavirus; top execs donate salary
The Philadelphia media giant, which has 190,000 employees worldwide, was forced to shut down theme parks, delay movie releases, and suspend content production because of the outbreak.

Trump resists national quarantine despite grim coronavirus projections

U.S. stocks tank as bleak news mounts on health, economic fronts
Stocks descended deeper into their month-long funk Wednesday as the nation entered one of its most dire periods in memory.

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Here are the items hospitals need most right now, and how you can donate

You can help hospitals. You may have some of these items in your home or business. We have rounded up a list of Philadelphia-area hospitals that are accepting equipment donations, and how you can donate to them.

Will Phillies’ Andrew McCutchen still be elite after return from knee surgery? Even medical experts don’t know for sure.

ACL surgery is far less prevalent among professional baseball players than their football, basketball and soccer counterparts, and the Phillies left fielder is older than the average athlete who overcomes major knee surgery.

When death from coronavirus is a matter of interpretation

If a person has a serious illness or injury then becomes infected with the virus, both conditions can be listed as a cause of death.

Voting by mail is a safe option during coronavirus. Here’s what you need to know about absentee ballots in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Voting by mail is likely the safest way to cast a ballot during the coronavirus pandemic. Any registered voter in Pennsylvania or New Jersey can vote absentee. Here's what you need to know.

‘They’re not taking our safety seriously’: SEPTA employees call for greater protections

The union representing thousands of SEPTA employees says the authority could do more to protect workers, but SEPTA maintains their safety is its top priority.

Audubon woman spreading stony cheer through Kindness Rocks Project

Amy Coady is the founder of a Facebook group that paints, hides, and shares small, smooth stones painted with uplifting messages in the little town in Camden County. “One kind word can change someone’s entire day,” she said.

Could a ‘Tiger King’ set up shop in Pennsylvania or New Jersey?

It's legal to own big cats like lions and tigers in Pennsylvania, but officials say the permitting is stringent.
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UN climate summit postponed until 2021 because of COVID-19

UN climate summit postponed until 2021 because of COVID-19

Nearly 3,000 sailors to leave carrier amid virus outbreak
Nearly 3,000 sailors to leave carrier amid virus outbreak