Tag: covid

Dept. of State rolling back professional licensing waivers

Waived/suspended regulations initiated because of the COVID-19 disaster emergency are set to expire June 30

Editor Bambino wins 2 awards

Samantha Bambino was recognized for her music-related stories, as well as a profile piece on late Flyers lover Russell Thompson

Neshaminy, Council Rock make updates to health and safety plans

Masking for students and staff remains optional at both districts; contact tracing will no longer take place

Senate Bill 109 amended to include additional COVID relief for small businesses

Income received from the federal Paycheck Protection Program is exempted from taxation under the state’s Personal Income Tax

Delayed lab reports inflate COVID cases in Bucks, which last week had an increase of 25 percent

The number of people hospitalized with COVID in the county continues to drop significantly

COVID cases in Bucks rise slightly as temporary restrictions expire

New infections rose by 5 percent last week; the daily average was 327 cases

Antigen rapid tests to be distributed in PA

These tests are being used to test and protect vulnerable populations

Middletown is open for business

Many local businesses are resuming operations now that Bucks County has entered the yellow phase of reopening

Funding available for COVID-19 testing and treatment for uninsured patients

This is meant to help eliminate any financial burden on those both providing and receiving tests

Wolf extends stay-at-home order to June 4

The order was originally set to expire last night at midnight
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