Pittsburgh, PA Coronavirus Updates & Information for February 18

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Patch provides you with a handy map of the places where the tradition of fasting fish breeding is maintained during the coronavirus outbreak.

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PITTSBURGH, PA – Lenten fries will feel differently this year as most churches and fraternal organizations are offering takeaway just because of the coronavirus outbreak. But this annual tradition, always very popular in the Pittsburgh area, isn’t canceled like so many other activities. The fish roast season always begs the question of which fish to try. Some people like to stick to their … Read more

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Allegheny County opens its 211 line of coronavirus vaccination appointments for seniors.

UPDATED 11:13 am: All available appointments at Castle Shannon Clinic have been filled, according to Allegheny County officials. PITTSBURGH, PA – Allegheny County will open its 211 line for coronavirus vaccine appointments starting Tuesday at 9 a.m. Appointments are for people aged 65 and over and only for the clinic in the Castle Shannon Volunteer Fire Brigade Banquet Hall. Read more

Upper St. Clair, PA |
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St. Clair Hospital vaccinates some people in the group with the highest priority – Group 1A.

From Dr. Maria Simbra, CBS Pittsburgh … Read more

North Hills, PA |
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Community commissioners have approved an agreement with the county on a potential COVID-19 vaccination site in Ross.

ROSS TOWNSHIP, PA – Allegheny County’s third coronavirus vaccination clinic could be located in the North Hills. Community commissioners on Monday approved an agreement with Allegheny County to use the community center’s gym as a potential vaccination site. The county has not made a final decision on where the nearest clinic could open. Two locations are already in use: the DoubleTree Hotel in Monroeville and the … Read more

Norristown, PA |
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The nationwide percentage positivity on tests has dropped to 8 percent, with all metrics showing improvements for several consecutive weeks.

PENNSYLVANIA – Pennsylvania residents and officials alike have raised concerns about the new UK variant of the coronavirus, which is more contagious and has been discovered in local communities in the past few weeks …. Read More

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