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Pennsylvania officials have sounded the alarm to “flatten the curve,” but hospitals in Philadelphia and across the state likely won’t be able to handle a predicted surge of coronavirus cases.
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There’s more to every story if you take the time to tell it.
Pa. coronavirus recovery: State Health Dept. urges caution amid surge in cases
Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said Pennsylvanians must do their part to prevent a rise in hospitalizations as cold weather, flu season approach.
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Pa. coronavirus recovery: State sees highest new daily case count since pandemic began
With case counts exceeding 1,000 every day for the last 21 days, state health officials say the current fall surge is starting to outpace the initial wave of infections.
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866 chairs at Independence Hall symbolize Pa.’s 8,660 COVID victims
The memorial opened as Pennsylvania experiences another surge of the deadly coronavirus.
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