Sean reports from the City Hall bureau, covering the mayor, City Council and Philly politics.

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Esto es lo que significa la orden “quedarse en casa” para frenar el coronavirus en Filadelfia

Las nuevas restricciones entran en vigencia el lunes a las 8:00 a.m.

Philly City Council adds $400,000 to spend as it chooses in $85 million coronavirus response measure

Darrell L. Clarke told reporters meeting the $400,000 was necessary to “get the word out about this coronavirus” and encourage residents to practice social distancing. As of Thursday, Philadelphia reported 475 confirmed cases of the coronavirus.

‘We must survive’: Wolf orders Philly and suburbs to stay at home to slow coronavirus; all of N.J., Del., under same orders

“You must stay in your homes unless not leaving your home endangers a life,” said Gov. Wolf, who hopes his order will “buy us the time that we need” to build up health-care resources.

Holiday Inn Express in Center City to become quarantine for homeless people with coronavirus

The city will rent all 13 floors of the Holiday Inn Express near 13th and Walnut Streets, according to two sources with knowledge of the plans.

Broad Street Run postponed due to the coronavirus

The run, originally scheduled for May 3, has been postponed to Oct. 4, Mayor Jim Kenney announced Monday.

Montgomery and Camden Counties report first coronavirus deaths

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has ordered residents to stay at home starting 8 a.m. Monday; a similar order goes into effect in Delaware 8 a.m. Tuesday.

Here’s what Philly’s stay-at-home order means

The new restrictions take effect 8 a.m. Monday.

Another coronavirus death in Pa. as 540 people sign up to get tested in Montco; N.J. bans all gatherings

Allegheny County reported a coronavirus death Saturday, the second death in Pennsylvania to date. Drive-through testing sites for the coronavirus are now open in South Philadelphia and Upper Dublin, Montgomery County. And in Delaware, the governor closes beaches.

Philadelphia public schools’ breakfast, lunch pickup locations during coronavirus closure announced

30 pick-up locations will be available for families who depend on school-provided breakfast and lunch.

More than half of Philly government workers are on duty during the coronavirus crisis

Mayor Jim Kenney's administration hopes to recoup much of the cost of paying essential personnel 50% extra from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Public Assistance program following the crisis.