Local COVID-19 Updates

BROCKWAY – The Brockway Area School Board meeting Tuesday was moved to the elementary gymnasium to accommodate around 40 parents and residents who came to tell the board that they want an end to mask mandates.

DuBOIS – Due to the increased testing demand causing the shortage of rapid test kits as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Penn Highlands Healthcare advises patients using outpatient services for COVID-19 testing may experience a delay in receiving results.

  • Updated

BROCKWAY – The Brockway Borough Council is weighing how it will use the funds from the American Rescue Plan, saying that eligible agencies need to be patient with the process.

  • Updated

(The Center Square) – Less than a week after the Department of Health ordered universal masking in Pennsylvania schools, Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration faces its first legal challenge on what many critics consider a shameful last-minute policy reversal.

  • Updated

BROCKWAY – The Brockway Area School District sent out a letter to families in the district focusing on Gov. Tom Wolf’s mask mandate in public and private schools as well as child care facilities.

featured
  • Updated

DuBOIS — With Pennsylvania’s mask mandate going into effect Tuesday in an effort, state officials say, to curb the spread of COVID-19, a group of parents peacefully protested the new guidelines on Liberty Boulevard in DuBois next to the DuBois Area School District’s Administrative Center.

  • Updated

DuBOIS — At the end of the school day Tuesday — the first day Pennsylvania’s mask mandate for schools went into effect — DuBois Area School District Superintendent Wendy Benton described it as a “day full of optimism and hope.”

National COVID-19 Updates