Massive drive-through vaccination center being built in King of Prussia — with no guarantee the state will give it vaccine

15 to Know, a COVID-19 testing company, is paying for the center, hoping the state chooses it to distribute vaccines. That’s far from certain.

Philly teachers back ‘soon,’ fans won’t be used, school reopening date announcement coming Monday

Teachers in a limited number of schools will be back in buildings “soon,” sources with firsthand knowledge of the discussion told The Inquirer. The PFT said the list of schools was not finalized.

Philly hospitals must now disclose prices for care, but it’s still hard to comparison shop: ‘The randomness is stunning.’
The price transparency requirement is supposed to help consumers save money on health care, but the presentation of the information is difficult to navigate.

Three top staffers accuse Sheriff Rochelle Bilal of abuse and retaliation in recent lawsuits
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