People Powered News – July 28, 2020

PhillyCAM · People Powered News – July 28, 2020 Hosts Larry McGlynn, Allison Durham and Brooklyn Fellner report back on the week’s local COVID-19 developments, protests, campaigns and more. This week’s episode features Pat Christmas, Policy Director at Committee of Seventy and Philadelphia Sanitation Worker and sanitation department advocate Terrill Haigler, who is known forContinue reading “People Powered News – July 28, 2020”

People Powered News – July 21, 2020

PhillyCAM · People Powered News – July 21, 2020 Hosts Larry McGlynn, Allison Durham and Brooklyn Fellner report back on the week’s local COVID-19 developments, protests, campaigns and more. This episode features David Masur, parent and member of the Philly Healthy Schools Initiative and Ami Patel Hopkins, a science teacher in the School District ofContinue reading “People Powered News – July 21, 2020”

People Powered News – July 15, 2020

PhillyCAM · People Powered News – July 15, 2020 Hosts Larry McGlynn, Allison Durham, Vanessa Maria Graber and Brooklyn Fellner report back on the week’s local COVID-19 developments, protests, campaigns and more. This episode features an interview with Dr. Michael LeVasseur, professor of epidemiology at Drexel University.

City of Philadelphia Press Briefing – June 4, 2020

From The City of Philadelphia, live video here: PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Department of Public Health today announced 121 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 novel coronavirus in Philadelphia. That brings the number of confirmed cases to 23,281. The Department of Public Health noted continued progress in congregate settings, including nursing homes and the Department ofContinue reading “City of Philadelphia Press Briefing – June 4, 2020”

City of Philadelphia Press Briefing – May 27, 2020

From The City of Philadelphia, live video here: PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Department of Public Health today announced 237 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 novel coronavirus in Philadelphia. That brings the number of confirmed cases to 21,975. The Department of Public Health noted continued progress in congregate settings, including nursing homes and the Department of Prisons.Continue reading “City of Philadelphia Press Briefing – May 27, 2020”

City of Philadelphia Press Briefing – May 22, 2020

From the City of Philadelphia – live video here: PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Department of Public Health today announced 309 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 novel coronavirus in Philadelphia. That brings the number of confirmed cases to 21,009. The Department of Public Health noted continued progress in congregate settings, including nursing homes and the DepartmentContinue reading “City of Philadelphia Press Briefing – May 22, 2020”

City of Philadelphia Press Briefing – May 21, 2020

  From the City of Philadelphia: PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Department of Public Health today announced 341 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 novel coronavirus in Philadelphia. That brings the number of confirmed cases to 20,700. The Department of Public Health noted continued progress in congregate settings, including nursing homes and the Department of Prisons. NoContinue reading “City of Philadelphia Press Briefing – May 21, 2020”

Pennsylvania to Distribute $51 million in CARES Funding to Support Child Care Providers

From the Office of Governor Tom Wolf: Governor Tom Wolf announced today an initial distribution of $51 million of funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to support child care providers around Pennsylvania, which will reach around 7,000 child care centers. Pennsylvania received $106 million through the CARES Act toContinue reading “Pennsylvania to Distribute $51 million in CARES Funding to Support Child Care Providers”

City of Philadelphia Press Briefing – May 20, 2020

From The City of Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Department of Public Health today announced 227 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 novel coronavirus in Philadelphia. That brings the number of confirmed cases to 20,359. The Department of Public Health noted continued progress in congregate settings, including nursing homes and the Department of Prisons. No additionalContinue reading “City of Philadelphia Press Briefing – May 20, 2020”