University of Pennsylvania students gathered on the Philadelphia schools campus Monday to celebrate graduation. Students had been sent home earlier in the semester and graduation was moved to an online ceremony because of the spread of the coronavirus.
Preston Griffin, who runs First Class Mortuary Transport, is known for his professionalism and compassion when transporting the bodies of deceased individuals to funeral homes. Because of the coronavirus, he has been busier than ever.
Ice Sculpture Philly owner Peter Slavin typically makes 30-40 ice sculptures a week for public and private events. With everything canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic he is doing guerrilla ice sculpture as street art.
With bars in Philadelphia closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, Pat Kelly's annual "clown crawl," a bar crawl through Fishtown where attendees dress as clowns, was instead reduced to a trip to Penn Treaty Park. A handful of people drank beers. "Clown sprawl," Kelly called it, as the group tried to observe social distancing requirements.
Health care workers cheered as recovering COVID-19 patient, Kim Dobson, 63, was discharged from Virtua Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly, N.J., on April 27, 2020. Dobson was transferred to a rehabilitation center to finish recovery before returning home.