UPDATED DAILY: Community Information pertaining to COVID-19. Keep smiling everyone.

This page contains all up-to-date information pertaining to local community resources, links, non-profit operations, business hours, calendar and announcements for Tamaqua and surrounding communities. This story is updated daily.
Last updated:  Tuesday, May 19, 2020.


🙂  Practice social distancing and help flatten the curve.  Keep smiling everyone.  🙂
PA Governor Tom Wolf has issued stay-at-home orders to all of Pennsylvania starting Wednesday, April 1st 2020. (link).


Click links below or page down to view all information:

TOTAL COVID-19 CASES  /  TAMAQUA SALVATION ARMY  /  TAMAQUA BOROUGH  /  GOVERNMENT SERVICES  /  TAMAQUA SCHOOLS / PANTHER VALLEY SCHOOLS  /  IF YOU FEEL SICK  /  LOCAL CALENDAR OF EVENTS  /  TAMAQUA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE  /  BUSINESS & ORGANIZATION HOURS  /  IDEAS FOR BORED PEOPLE  /  LOCAL GOOD NEWS / COUNTY & STATE ANNOUNCEMENTS  /  PA DEPT. OF HEALTH  /  COMMONWEALTH OF PA  /  FUNNY STUFF  /  NATIONAL GOOD NEWS  /  TAMAQUAAREA.COM PUBLIC FORUM


TOTAL COVID-19 CASES:

STATE AND COUNTY TOTALS
5/19:  63,666 cases in PA; 4,624 deaths.  534 cases in Schuylkill, 21 deaths in Schuylkill, 214 cases in Carbon, 22 deaths in Carbon.
5/18:  63,056 cases in PA; 4,505 deaths.  529 cases in Schuylkill, 18 deaths in Schuylkill, 214 cases in Carbon, 19 deaths in Carbon.
5/17:  62,234 cases in PA; 4,418 deaths.  525 cases in Schuylkill, 15 deaths in Schuylkill, 214 cases in Carbon, 17 deaths in Carbon.
5/16:  61,611 cases in PA; 4,403 deaths.  512 cases in Schuylkill, 15 deaths in Schuylkill, 210 cases in Carbon, 17 deaths in Carbon.
5/15:  60,622 cases in PA; 4,342 deaths.  506 cases in Schuylkill, 15 deaths in Schuylkill, 206 cases in Carbon, 17 deaths in Carbon.
5/14:  59,636 cases in PA; 4,218 deaths.  490 cases in Schuylkill, 14 deaths in Schuylkill, 206 cases in Carbon, 17 deaths in Carbon.
5/13:  58,698 cases in PA; 3,943 deaths.  478 cases in Schuylkill, 14 deaths in Schuylkill, 205 cases in Carbon, 17 deaths in Carbon.
5/12:  57,154 cases in PA; 3,731 deaths.  465 cases in Schuylkill, 14 deaths in Schuylkill, 201 cases in Carbon, 17 deaths in Carbon.
5/11:  57,154 cases in PA; 3,731 deaths.  453 cases in Schuylkill, 13 deaths in Schuylkill, 198 cases in Carbon, 17 deaths in Carbon.
5/10:  56,611 cases in PA; 3,707 deaths.  451 cases in Schuylkill, 13 deaths in Schuylkill, 198 cases in Carbon, 17 deaths in Carbon.
5/9:  55,316 cases in PA; 3,688 deaths.  437 cases in Schuylkill, 13 deaths in Schuylkill, 195 cases in Carbon, 16 deaths in Carbon.
5/8:  54,238 cases in PA; 3,616 deaths.  430 cases in Schuylkill, 13 deaths in Schuylkill, 192 cases in Carbon, 16 deaths in Carbon.
5/7:  52,915 cases in PA; 3,416 deaths.  422 cases in Schuylkill, 10 deaths in Schuylkill, 189 cases in Carbon, 16 deaths in Carbon.
5/6:  51,845 cases in PA; 3,106 deaths.  419 cases in Schuylkill, 9 deaths in Schuylkill, 186 cases in Carbon, 16 deaths in Carbon.
5/5:  50,957 cases in PA; *3,012 deaths.  405 cases in Schuylkill, 7 deaths in Schuylkill, 185 cases in Carbon, 15 deaths in Carbon. *For some reason, today’s death rate increased by 554, versus 2-digit numbers prior. Don’t know why.
5/4:  50,092 cases in PA; 2,458 deaths. 395 cases in Schuylkill, 7 deaths in Schuylkill, 183 cases in Carbon, 15 deaths in Carbon.
5/3:  49,267 cases in PA; 2,444 deaths. 398 cases in Schuylkill, 7 deaths in Schuylkill, 185 cases in Carbon, 15 deaths in Carbon.
5/2:  48,305 cases in PA; 2,418 deaths. 384 cases in Schuylkill, 7 deaths in Schuylkill, 182 cases in Carbon, 15 deaths in Carbon.
5/1:  46,971 cases in PA; 2,354 deaths. 368 cases in Schuylkill, 6 deaths in Schuylkill, 181 cases in Carbon, 15 deaths in Carbon.
4/30:  45,763 cases in PA; 2,292 deaths. 375 cases in Schuylkill, 6 deaths in Schuylkill, 175 cases in Carbon, 15 deaths in Carbon.
4/29:  44,195 cases in PA; 2,195 deaths. 343 cases in Schuylkill, 5 deaths in Schuylkill, 170 cases in Carbon, 14 deaths in Carbon.
4/28:  43,264 cases in PA; 1,716 deaths. 330 cases in Schuylkill, 5 deaths in Schuylkill, 169 cases in Carbon, 13 deaths in Carbon.
4/27:  42,050 cases in PA; 1,597 deaths. 321 cases in Schuylkill, 5 deaths in Schuylkill, 164 cases in Carbon, 12 deaths in Carbon.
4/26:  41,165 cases in PA; 1,550 deaths. 324 cases in Schuylkill, 5 deaths in Schuylkill, 163 cases in Carbon, 12 deaths in Carbon.
4/25:  40,049 cases in PA; 1,537 deaths. 311 cases in Schuylkill, 5 deaths in Schuylkill, 162 cases in Carbon, 12 deaths in Carbon).
4/24:  38,652 cases in PA; 1,492 deaths. 300 cases in Schuylkill, 5 deaths in Schuylkill, 160 cases in Carbon, 12 deaths in Carbon).
4/23:  (37,053 in PA; 1,394 deaths*) & (291 cases in Schuylkill, 5 deaths* in Schuylkill, cases in Carbon, 11 deaths* in Carbon).
* The accumulative number of total deaths (shown above) has gone down because the PA Department of Health has changed the way it counts coronavirus-related deaths. (related link 1) (related link 2)
4/22:  (35,684 cases in PA;  1,622 deaths) & (283 cases in Schuylkill, 7 deaths in Schuylkill, 154 cases in Carbon, 11 deaths in Carbon).
4/21:  (34,528 cases in PA;  1,564 deaths) & (277 cases in Schuylkill, 7 deaths in Schuylkill, 150 cases in Carbon, 11 deaths in Carbon).
4/20:  (33,232 cases in PA;  1,204 deaths) & (261 cases in Schuylkill, 5 deaths in Schuylkill, 144 cases in Carbon, 9 deaths in Carbon).
4/19:  (32,284 cases in PA;  1,112 deaths) & (267 cases in Schuylkill, 5 deaths in Schuylkill, 140 cases in Carbon, 8 deaths in Carbon).
4/18:  (31,069 cases in PA;  836 deaths) & (254 cases in Schuylkill, 5 deaths in Schuylkill, 136 cases in Carbon, 8 deaths in Carbon).
4/17:  (29,441 cases in PA;  756 deaths) & (244 cases in Schuylkill, 4 deaths in Schuylkill, 118 cases in Carbon, 7 deaths in Carbon).
4/16:  (27,735 cases in PA;  707 deaths) & (236 cases in Schuylkill, 4 deaths in Schuylkill, 113 cases in Carbon, 6 deaths in Carbon).
4/15:  (26,490 cases in PA;  647 deaths) & (218 cases in Schuylkill, 3 deaths in Schuylkill, 103 cases in Carbon, 5 deaths in Carbon).
4/14:  (25,345 cases in PA;  584 deaths) & (200 cases in Schuylkill, 2 deaths in Schuylkill, 103 cases in Carbon, 3 deaths in Carbon).
4/13:  (24,199 cases in PA;  524 deaths) & (192 cases in Schuylkill, 2 deaths in Schuylkill, 102 cases in Carbon, 3 deaths in Carbon).
4/12:  (22,833 cases in PA;  507 deaths) & (188 cases in Schuylkill, 2 deaths in Schuylkill, 102 cases in Carbon, 3 deaths in Carbon).
4/11:  (21,655 cases in PA;  494 deaths) & (179 cases in Schuylkill, 2 deaths in Schuylkill, 98 cases in Carbon, 3 deaths in Carbon).
4/10:  (19,979 cases in PA;  416 deaths) & (164 cases in Schuylkill, 1 death in Schuylkill, 93 cases in Carbon, 3 deaths in Carbon).
4/9:  (18,228 cases in PA;  338 deaths) & (150 cases in Schuylkill,  85 cases in Carbon, 2 death in Carbon).
4/8:  (16,239 cases in PA;  309 deaths) & (136 cases in Schuylkill, 76 cases in Carbon, 1 death in Carbon).
4/7:  (14,559 cases in PA;  240 deaths) & (119 cases in Schuylkill, 67 cases in Carbon, 1 death in Carbon).
4/6:  (12,980 cases in PA;  162 deaths) & (103 cases in Schuylkill, 59 cases in Carbon, 1 death in Carbon).
4/5:  (11,510 cases in PA;  150 deaths) & (90 cases in Schuylkill, 50 cases in Carbon, 1 death in Carbon).
4/4:  (10,017 cases in PA;  136 deaths) & (77 cases in Schuylkill, 46 cases in Carbon, 1 death in Carbon).
4/3:  (8,420 cases in PA;  102 deaths) & (63 cases in Schuylkill, 34 cases in Carbon, 1 death in Carbon).
4/2:  (7,016 cases in PA;  90 deaths) & (54 cases in Schuylkill, 26 cases in Carbon, 1 death in Carbon).
4/1:  (5,805 cases in PA;  74 deaths) & (38 cases in Schuylkill, 17 cases in Carbon, 1 death in Carbon).
3/31:  (4,843 cases in PA;  63 deaths) & (47 cases in Schuylkill, 23 cases in Carbon, 1 death in Carbon).
3/30:  (4,087 cases in PA;  48 deaths) & (30 cases in Schuylkill, 13 cases in Carbon).
3/29:  (3,394 cases in PA; 38 deaths) & (21 cases in Schuylkill, 9 cases in Carbon).
3/28:  (2,751 cases in PA; 34 deaths) & (16 cases in Schuylkill, 3 cases in Carbon).
3/27:  (2,218 cases in PA; 22 deaths) & (13 cases in Schuylkill, 2 cases in Carbon).
3/26:  (1,687 cases in PA; 16 deaths) & (9 cases in Schuylkill, 2 cases in Carbon).
3/25:  (1,127 cases in PA; 7 deaths) & (6 cases in Schuylkill, 1 case in Carbon).
3/24:  (851 cases in PA; 5 deaths) & (5 cases in Schuylkill, 1 case in Carbon).
3/23:  (644 cases in PA; 3 deaths) & (4 cases in Schuylkill, 0 cases in Carbon).
3/22:  (479 cases in PA; 2 deaths) & (2 cases in Schuylkill, 0 cases in Carbon) .
PA Dept of Health COVID-19 siteCounty map.   View cases listed by county.   Press ReleasesQuick updated Google result.

NATIONAL TOTALS
5/19:  1,504,830 cases in United States; 90,340 deaths.
5/18:  1,480,349 cases in United States.
5/17:  1,467,065 cases in United States.
5/16:  1,435,098 cases in United States.
5/15:  1,412,121 cases in United States.
5/14:  1,384,930 cases in United States.
5/13:  1,372,855 cases in United States.
5/12:  1,342,594 cases in United States.
5/11:  1,330,000* cases in United States. *rounded due to CDC site change
5/10:  1,310,000* cases in United States. *rounded due to CDC site change
5/9:  1,300,696 cases in United States.
5/8:  1,274,036 cases in United States.
5/7:  1,219,066 cases in United States.
5/6:  1,193,813 cases in United States.
5/5:  1,171,510 cases in United States.
5/4:  1,152,372 cases in United States.
5/3:  1,112,486 cases in United States.
5/2:  1,092,815 cases in United States.
5/1:  1,062,446 cases in United States.
4/30:  1,031,659 cases in United States.
4/29:  1,005,147 cases in United States.
4/28:  981,246 cases in United States.
4/27:  957,875 cases in United States.
4/26:  *1,857,238 cases in United States.  This is an error on the CDC website.
4/25:  895,766 cases in United States.
4/24:  865,585 cases in United States.
4/23:  828,441 cases in United States.
4/22:  802,583 cases in United States.
4/21:  776,093 cases in United States.
4/20:  746,625 cases in United States.
4/19:  720,630 cases in United States.
4/18:  690,714 cases in United States.
4/17:  661,712 cases in United States.
4/16:  632,548 cases in United States.
4/15:  605,390 cases in United States.
4/14:  579,005 cases in United States.
4/13:  554,849 cases in United States.
4/12:  525,704 cases in United States.
4/11:  492,416 cases in United States.
4/10:  459,165 cases in United States.
4/9:  427,460 cases in United States.
4/8:  395,011 cases in United States.
4/7:  374,329 cases in United States.
4/6:  330,891 cases in United States.
4/5:  304,826 cases in United States.
4/4:  277,205 cases in United States.
4/3:  239,279 cases in United States.
4/2:   213,144 cases in United States.
4/1:  186,101 cases in United States.
3/31:  163,539 cases in United States.
3/30:  140,904 cases in United States.
3/29:  122,653 cases in United States.
3/28:  103,321 cases in United States.
3/27:  85,356 cases in United States.
3/26:  68,440 cases in United States.
3/25:  54,453 cases in United States.
3/24:  44,183 cases in United States.
3/23:  33,404 cases in United States.
3/10:  937 cases in United States.
2/22: 15 cases in United States.
1/22:  First case in United States.
Click HERE for U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention update page.
View National Map.   View Global Map. Prior Data.

In COVID-19, ‘CO’ stands for ‘corona,’ ‘VI’ for ‘virus,’ and ‘D’ for disease. Formerly, this disease was referred to as “2019 novel coronavirus” or “2019-nCoV”. There are many types of human coronaviruses including some that commonly cause mild upper-respiratory tract illnesses.

 


TAMAQUA SALVATION ARMY:

Tamaqua Salvation Army will distribute food every two weeks. Click HERE for more information.
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Telephone interviews for Food: Tue. & Thu. from 9 AM to 4 PM
Telephone interviews for Emergency Rent, Oil, etc: Mon. & Wed. from 9 AM to 4 PM.
Appointments via phone only. Walk-ins won’t be accepted.
570-668-0410 ext 201. (flyer) (link) (Facebook page).
Managing axienty in the face of COVID-19. (Times News).
View meal pickup schedule for Tamaqua students.

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TAMAQUA BOROUGH ANNOUNCEMENTS:

  • Visit their Facebook page for up-to-date meeting dates and such. https://www.facebook.com/TamaquaBorough/
    – April 3, 2020:  Notice of next Tamaqua Borough Council meeting to be held online on Tues., April 7, 2020 at 7 PM. (link) (Facebook link).
    – April 2, 2020:  Online LIVE Community Conversation from Micah Gursky held this evening regarding “5 Factors of Happiness.” What do happy communities have in common and what factors contribute to happiness? What can Tamaqua do to improve personal and community happiness? This was the second in a series of Facebook live conversations about Tamaqua’s future. (Facebook link) (Tamaqua Choose Happiness info link).
    – April 2, 2020:  Street sweeper schedule. (Facebook link).
    – March 29, 2020:  Postponements and cancellations list as of March 29th. (List courtesy Ann Marie Calabrese) (PDF).
    – March 25, 2020:  Postponements and cancellations list as of March 25th. (List courtesy Ann Marie Calabrese) (PDF).
    – March 24, 2020:  Message to not flush wipes down toilet. (Facebook link).
    – March 23, 2020:  All Tamaqua meetings postponed. (Facebook link).
    – March 23, 2020:  All parks and playgrounds closed. (Facebook link).
    – March 23, 2020:  Garbage and recycling schedules have not changed. (Facebook link).
    – March 23, 2020:  While home, please complete your U.S. Census form. (Facebook link).
    – March 20, 2020:  List of open and closed locations. And operations as of March 20, 2020. (List courtesy Ann Marie Calabrese) (PDF).
    – March 19, 2020:  Shared story regarding PLCB warning licensees to follow its coronavirus guidelines or risk license suspension, closure. (link).
    – March 19, 2020:  Borough office closed to public. 570-668-3444, info@tamaquaborough.com. (link).
    – March 18, 2020:  Street cleaning will continue Monday, April 6, 2020. (link).
    – And so on. Click HERE to view all Tamaqua Borough Facebook posts.

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PA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH COVID-19 GUIDANCE LINKS:

Businesses
Children
–  Community & Faith Organizations
– Educators
Health Care Professionals
– Older Adults
– Pregnant or Nursing
– Travelers  (currently Global Level 4 Health Advisory – Do Not Travel)
Press Releases.
– PA Governor Tom Wolf issued stay-at-home orders to Schuylkill County starting Monday, March 30, 2020. (link).

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PA GOVERNMENT SERVICES:

– 🧑‍💻 File for unemployment compensation: link / more info
– 👤 Talk mental health: Text PA to 741-741
– 👨‍⚕️ Apply for Medicaid: on.pa.gov/compass
– 🍎 Apply for SNAP: on.pa.gov/compass
– 👶 Apply for WIC: Call 1-800-942-9467
– 🏡 Get help with home heating: on.pa.gov/LIHEAP
📬 Sign up to vote by mail ballot: VotesPA.com/ApplyMailBallot
-💲 Report price gouging: Email pricegouging@attorneygeneral.gov
– 📑 Get answers to tax questions: revenue-pa.custhelp.com
💳 Credit/mortgage/rent advice: on.pa.gov/2Jb8UYp
🏫 Learn about school closures: education.pa.gov/COVID19
– 🚙 Access driver services: dmv.pa.gov/online-services
🧑‍💼 Connect with professional license services: www.pals.pa.gov
– ⚠️ Receive health/safety text alerts: on.pa.gov/AlertPA

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TAMAQUA AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT:

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PANTHER VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT:

– March 26, 2020:  Letter to Panther Valley Families from Superintendent Dennis Kergick. (link).
Schools closed at least through April 6. – Times News story dated March 23, 2020.
Letter to parents dated March 11, 2020.
8-page Resources for Learning letter from Panther Valley School District.
– Beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020, free breakfast & lunch will be available to Panther Valley school district students at 4 locations between 11 AM and 1 PM.  1. At PV Elementary in Nesquehoning. 2. At Panther Valley Stadium in Lansford. 3. At Coaldale Borough Hall in Coaldale. 4. At the Batter’s Box Restaurant in Summit Hill.

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IF YOU FEEL SICK:

If you feel sick…  Please contact your health provider so they can inform you of next steps. Some of which, encourage you to do this via their app or outdoor testing sites.
Lehigh Valley Health Network options:
1. Hotline: 888-402-5846.  2. Free COVID-19 video pre-test screenings via their app.  3. Info link.
St. Luke’s Health Network options:
1. Hotline: 866-785-8537.  2. E-visit/video visit via their app.  3. Info link.
– Pennsylvania Department of Health phone number: 877-724-3258 (877-PA-HEALTH).
– United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention (link) (If you are sick) (Prevention)

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TAMAQUAAREA.COM CALENDAR OF EVENTS:

All local Lenten fundraising events run every Friday in Lent up to April 10th. They are all take-out and delivery only. Call to confirm.
– Tamaqua Elks Lodge’s Fish Dinner: 4-7 PM, 570-668-0701. (link)  (CANCELED)
– Tamaqua Trinity UCC Fish Fry/Bakes: 4-6:30 PM, 570-668-4630. (link) (CANCELED)
– Lansford Fire Company Food Sale: 3-6:30 PM, 570-645-7171. (link)

– TASD offering free grab-n-go meals to district students Mondays and Thursdays. (link).
– Opioid Town Hall meeting is canceled.
– SJRS High Stakes Bingo in Tamaqua has been canceled.
– Tamaqua Rotary Breakfast/Informational seminar is canceled.
– C.A.R.E.S. Spring Fling Dance and Bingo Night is canceled.
– Tamaqua Community Garden Spring Clean Up is canceled.
– Cramers Brothers Band at Walker Township Fire Company is canceled.
– All You Can Eat Breakfast fundraiser at Nesquehoning Fire Company is canceled.
– Indoor .22 Block Shoot at Ryan Township Fire Company is canceled.
– Indoor .22 Block Shoot at American Hose Company in Tamaqua is canceled.
– Strengthen Family Programs at Tamaqua Area Middle School are canceled.
– Summit Hill’s Easter on the Hill at Ludlow Park is canceled.
– Rush Township Easter Egg Hunt is canceled.
– Tamaqua Chamber “Improve Your Vision” event is postponed (TBA).
– Tamaqua YMCA Daddy/Daughter Dance is postponed (TBA).
– All borough council and committee meetings are postponed (TBA).
– Two area drama club performances have been canceled awaiting future dates. They include The Addams Family at Marian Catholic High School (TBA) and Newsies at Tamaqua Area High School (TBA).
– “Our Last Ride with Terry Zehner” starting at West Penn Rod & Gun Club is postponed (TBA).
– 6th Annual Mason Jar and Music Festival in Summit Hill has been postponed (TBA).
– CASH Bingo to benfit A.C.S. at Nesquehoning Recreation Center is postponed (TBA).
– Spring Vendor at Coaldale Fire Company is postponed (TBA).
– Two-Day Fishing Derby at Kellner’s Dam in Tamaqua is postponed (TBA).
– Tamaqua St. Patrick’s Bar Crawl has been postponed to May 2, 2020. (flyer) (link).
– The CancerTelethon.org Annual Chinese Auction was postponed to Sunday, May 17, 2020. (link) (flyer).
– The Sportsman’s Bingo at West End Fire & Rescue in Mahanoy City was postponed to June 7, 2020. (link).
– American Hose Fire Company Vendor/Craft Show and Basket Raffle in Tamaqua has been postponed to June 13, 2020.
– The Cancer Telethon (CancerTelethon.org) at Penn’s Peak has been postponed to August 1 and 2, 2020. (link).
– The Tamaqua Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner at Mountain Valley Golf Course has been postponed to September 24, 2020. (flyer).
– Virtual Open Mic Night at Hope & Coffee is scheduled for April 3, 2020. Signups on April 1st. (link) (link 2) (story).
– April 4, 2020:  Easter Bunny to through Nesquehoning, Lansford, Summit Hill, Coaldale and Tamaqua. Times unknown. Listen for sirens. (Reminder from organizers to keep social distancing.)
>NESQUEHONING – From the fire department to the traffic light, right onto Mermon, up to Diaz to Messina, back to Mermon to West Catawissa to Lansford.
>LANSFORD – Patterson up to the pool, to Bertsch to the traffic light, up to Summit Hill, down to Ridge then to Coaldale.
>SUMMIT HILL – Not sure of specific streets but was told the parade route including a loop through the north and south sides.
>COALDALE – Phillips Street, turning right down 6th Street, Right onto Ruddle Street. Turning right into 2nd Street to High Street, right onto 6th street, left onto Phillips, down Klines Hill to Bull Run, then Greenwood Street to Tamaqua.
>TAMAQUA – Parade route unknown. The plans have changed from being led by the Tamaqua fire departments to being led by the Tamaqua Police department. So please listen carefully for sirens!
All are subject to cancellation or last-minute postponements.
If you do not live on these streets, when you come out to see the bunny, please still follow the CDC guidelines for everyone’s health and safety! (Facebook link via C.H.O.S.E. in Coaldale).
– Coaldale Borough Spring Cleanup pickup is April 4, 2020. (flyer) (link).
– New Ringgold Fire Company Food Sale (pickup only) is set for April 4, 2020. (link).
– Men of Marian Basket Auction at Marian High School is set for April 5, 2020. (link).
– Tamaqua Borough Council online meeting is April 7, 2020. (link) (Facebook link).
– Emergency Blood Drive at Lehighton Ambulance is being held April 8, 2020. No walk-ins. (flyer). (link).
– Summit Hill Borough spring cleanup pickup is April 18 for East Side and April 25 for West Side. (flyer) (link).

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TAMAQUA AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:

Facebook link.

– April 6, 2020:  Postponements and cancellations list as of April 6th. (List courtesy Ann Marie Calabrese) (PDF).
– March 29, 2020:  Postponements and cancellations list as of March 29th. (List courtesy Ann Marie Calabrese) (PDF).
March 27, 2020:  Shared Bureau of Workers’ Compensation announcement about their Pandemic Preparedness and Infections Diseases webinars. (link).
– March 27, 2020:  Chamber Chatters.
– March 26, 2020:  Local COVID-19 Updates and Resource list. (link).
– March 25, 2020: Our Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner at Mountain Valley Golf Course has been postponed to September 24, 2020. (flyer).
– March 20, 2020:  Chamber Chatters.
– Shared info regarding Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA) approval of new guidelines for the emergency response funding made available to the Small Business First Program. (link) (story) (resources).

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LOCAL BUSINESSES AND/OR NON-PROFIT HOURS & OPERATIONS:

– April 6, 2020:  Postponements and cancellations list as of April 6th. (List courtesy Ann Marie Calabrese) (PDF).
– March 29, 2020:  Postponements and cancellations list as of March 29th. (List courtesy Ann Marie Calabrese) (PDF).
– March 25, 2020: Postponements and cancellations list as of March 25, 2020. (List courtesy Ann Marie Calabrese) (PDF).
Hometown Wal-Mart: Is on limited hours. Store hours are from 7 AM to 8:30 PM. (link 1, link 2). Temporary pharmacy hours are Mon-Fri from 9 AM-8:30 PM. Saturday from 9 AM to 7 PM (closed 1:30 PM to 2 PM). Sunday from 10 AM to 6 PM (closed 1:30 PM to 2 PM). Special shopping hours will only be open to seniors aged 60 and up 6 AM to 7 AM every Tuesday from March 24 to April 28, 2020.
Many locations are operating via appointment, delivery or phone only. Due to the growing situation, most change operations on a day-to-day basis. So call or go to their online sites to confirm their operations and hours.
BUSINESSES / ORGANIZATIONS: (Call or go to their online sites to confirm their limited operations and hours) (AS OF MARCH 27, 2020)
– Many local banks are open via drive-thru only.
– All Tamaqua parks are closed. (link).
– All state parks and events are closed until April 30. (link).
– All Tamaqua church services are postponed or being held online. (link).
– Hope and Coffee: 570-225-7600, closed. (link).
– Tamaqua Community Art Center: 570-668-1192, closed. (link).
– Tamaqua Salvation Army: 570-668-0410, phone appts. (link).
– Tamaqua Station Restaurant: 570-668-3800, closed. (link).
– Tamaqua Borough office: 570-668-3444, closed to public. (link).
– Explore Schuylkill (formerly Schuylkill Visitor’s Bureau): 570-622-7700, closed to public. (link).
– Hometown Farmers Market: 570-668-2630, closed, except produce. (link).
– USA Martial Arts: 570-778-6970, closed. (link).
– Schuylkill County Historical Society: 570-622-7540, closed to public. (link).
– Tamaqua Chamber of Commerce: 570-668-1880, closed to public. (link).
– Beacon Diner: 570-668-1340, closed. (link).
– Shafer’s Pharmacy: 570-668-0290, pickup/delivery. (link).
– Heisler’s Dairy Bar: 570-668-3399, opening postponed. (link).
– Sister’s Cantina: 570-668-7837, pickup/delivery. (link).
– Charles X. Block: 570-668-668-1112, virtual appts. (link).
– Stoker’s Brewing Company: Takeout. (link).
– La Dolce Casa: Takeout/delivery. (link).
– Hawk Mountain: Closed. (link).
– Petal Pusher’s Floral Shop: 570-668-1500, phone only. (link).

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IDEAS TO DO AT HOME FOR KIDS AND ADULTS:

  1.  HappyHuman.com – 41 Things to Do at Home with Friends, Family or Alone
    2.  FamilyEGuide.com – 110 Fun At-Home Activities for Families & Kids
    3.  FunCheapOrFree.com – Fun Things to Do at Home as a Family
    4.  AllProDad.com – 101 Weekend Family Activity Ideas
    5.  IMom.com – 20 Ideas for a Family Fun Night
    6.  EngagedMarriage.com – 37 Family Things to Do at Home on a Rainy Sunday
    7.  GoodHouseKeeping.com – 55+ Creative Things to Do When You’re Bored to Pass the Time
    8.  Care.com – 30 Things to Do When Kids Say “I’m Bored’
    9.  TravelAndLeisure.com – Stuck at Home?  12 Famous Museums Offer Virtual Tours

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LOCAL GOOD NEWS STUFF:

– April 2, 2020:  WalMart donates supplies to Nesquehoning police (Times News)
– March 31, 2020:  Schuylkill County initiative supports small businesses, healthcare workers (WBRE/WYOU TV)
– March 31, 2020:  Hope & Coffee to host virtual open mic night on April 3 (Times News)
– March 30, 2020:  Tamaqua restaurant gives out unbaked pizzas (Republican Herald)
– March 27, 2020:  Social distancing offers time for oil painting for Hometown veteran (Times News)
– March 26, 2020:  Police chief seeks solidarity against coronavirus (Standard Speaker)
– March 26, 2020: Kindness across the Valley. The Wabash in Tamaqua helps community. (WLVT.org)
– March 26, 2020:  ‘Rush Township Police Department’s good deeds are apart of the video.‘ World News story.
– March 26, 2020:  Tamaqua Salvation Army volunteers distribute food (Times News)
– March 24, 2020:  Local good news comments (TamaquaArea.com Public Forum)
– March 24, 2020:  LVHN seek’s community’s help to sew face masks, donate materials (Times News)
– March 24, 2020:  (Rush Township) police department offering home deliveries of food, medicine to elderly (WNEP TV)
– March 23, 2020:  Local resident, one of many, making face masks (TamaquaArea.com Public Forum)
– March 23, 2020:  Area churches gather in creative ways (Times News)
– March 20, 2020:  Company based in Nesquehoning donates medical supplies (Times News)
– March 19, 2020:  Bells to Chime Every Friday in Tamaqua (Times News)
– March 19, 2020: Local (Rush Township) police department stepping up to help those most vulnerable… (WFMZ TV)
– March 18, 2020:  Coronavirus Kindness: Crisis inspires good deeds in Lehigh Valley (Morning Call)

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FYI or STATE ANNOUNCEMENTS/LINKS:

– May 19, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 610 new positives bring statewide total to 63,333. (press release) (statewide map) (PA Dept. of Health, PR).
– May 18, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 822 new positives bring statewide total to 63,056. (press release).
– May 17, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 623 new positives bring statewide total to 62,234. (press release).
– May 16, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 989 new positives bring statewide total to 61,611. (press release).
– May 15, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 986 new positives bring statewide total to 60,622. (press release).
– May 14, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 938 new positives bring statewide total to 59,636. (press release).
– May 13, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 707 new positives bring statewide total to 58,698. (press release).
– Department of Health distributes drug remdesivir to help treat COVID-19 patients in hospitals. (press release).
– May 12, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 837 new positives bring statewide total to 57,991. (press release).
– May 11, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 543 new positives bring statewide total to 57,154. (press release).
– May 10, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 1,295 new positives bring statewide total to 56,611. (press release).
– May 9, 2020:  WBRE/WYOU TV: Schuylkill County to move to yellow phase. (link). (letter from county to Gov. Wolf).
– May 9, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 1,078 new positives bring statewide total to 55,316. (press release).
– May 8, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 1,323 new positives bring statewide total to 54,238. (press release).
– May 8, 2020:  Governor Wolf announces 13 counties will move to yellow phase of reopening on May 15. (press release).
– May 7, 2020:  Governor Wolf, Secretary of Health take actions on Stay-At-Home Orders, Issue yellow phase orders. (press release).
– May 7, 2020:  Governor Wolf, Attorney General Shapiro announce protections from foreclosures and evictions through July 10. (press release).
– May 7, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 1,070 new positives bring statewide total to 52,915. (press release).
– May 6, 2020:  Governor Wolf signs executive order to provide civil immunity for health care providers. (press release).
– May 6, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 888 new positives bring statewide total to 51,845. (press release).
– May 6, 2020:  Governor Wolf plans to create Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps to support fall COVID-19 recovery efforts. (press release).
– May 5, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 865 new positives bring statewide total to 50,957. (press release).
– May 4, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 825 new positives bring statewide total to 50,092. (press release).
– May 3, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19. 962 new positives bring statewide total to 49,267. (press release).
– May 1, 2020:  Governor Wolf announces reopening of 24 counties beginning May 8, 2020. (press release).
– May 1, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,208 new positives bring statewide total to 46,971. (press release).
– April 30, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,397 new positives bring statewide total to 45,763. (press release).
– April 29, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,102 new positives bring statewide total to 44,366. (press release).
– April 29, 2020:  Wolf Administration highlights comprehensive food security efforts. (press release).
– April 28, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,214 new positives bring statewide total to 43,264. (press release).
– April 27, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  885 new positives bring statewide total to 42,050. (press release).
– April 27, 2020:  Governor announces May 1 statewide reopening of limited outdoor recreational activities to help Pennsylvanians maintain positive physical, mental health. (press release).
– April 26, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,116 new positives bring statewide total to 41,165. (press release).
– April 25, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,397 new positives bring statewide total to 40,049. (press release).
– April 24, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,599 new positives bring statewide total to 38,652. (press release).
– April 23, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,269 new positives bring statewide total to 37,053. (press release). The accumulative number of total deaths (shown above) has gone down because the PA Department of Health has changed the way it counts coronavirus-related deaths. (related link 1) (related link 2)
– April 22, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,156 new positives bring statewide total to 35,684. (press release).
– April 22, 2020:  PA Department of Health begins COVID-19 testing site in Northeast Pennsylvania; 77 tested on first day. (press release).
– April 21, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,296 new positives bring statewide total to 34,528. (press release) (statewide map) (PA Dept. of Health, PR).
– April 20, 2020:  PA Department of Health begins COVID-19 testing site in Northeast Pennsylvania; 49 tested on first day. (press release).
– April 20, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  948 new positives bring statewide total to 33,232. (press release).
– April 19, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,215 new positives bring statewide total to 32,284. (press release).
– April 18, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,628 new positives bring statewide total to 31,069. (press release).
– April 18, 2020:  Wolf administration announces COVID-19 testing site for Northeast Pennsylvania. (press release).
– April 17, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,706 new positives bring statewide total to 29,441. (press release).
– April 16, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,245 new positives bring statewide total to 27,735. (press release).
– April 15, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,145 new positives bring statewide total to 26,490. (press release).
– April 14, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,146 new positives bring statewide total to 25,345. (press release).
– April 13, 2020:  PA Department of Health releases interim crisis standards of care guidance for hospitals. (press release).
– April 13, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,366 new positives bring statewide total to 24,199. (press release).
– April 12, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,178 new positives bring statewide total to 22,833. (press release).
– April 11, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,676 new positives bring statewide total to 21,655. (press release).
– April 10, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,751 new positives bring statewide total to 19,979. (press release).
– April 9, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,989 new positives bring statewide total to 18,228. (press release).
– April 8, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,680 new positives bring statewide total to 16,239. (press release).
– April 7, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,579 new positives bring statewide total to 14,559. (press release).
– April 6, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,470 new positives bring statewide total to 12,980. (press release).
– April 5, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,493 new positives bring statewide total to 11,510. (press release).
– April 3, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,404 new positives bring statewide total to 8,420. (press release).
– April 2, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  1,211 new positives bring statewide total to 7,016. (press release).
– April 1, 2020:  Gov. Wolf, Sec. of Health: Pennsylvania on statewide stay-at-home order beginning 8 PM tonight; “Most Prudent Option to Stop the Spread”. (press release).
– April 1, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  962 new positives bring statewide total to 5,805. (press release).
– March 31, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  756 new positives bring statewide total to 4,843. (press release).
– March 30, 2020:  PA Governor Tom Wolf issued Stay-At-Home orders to Schuylkill County starting Monday, March 30, 2020. (press release).
– March 30, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  693 new positives bring statewide total to 4,087. (press release).
– March 29, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  643 new positives bring statewide total to 3,394. (press release).
– March 28, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  533 new positives bring statewide total to 2,751. (press release).
– March 27, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  531 new positives bring statewide total to 2,218. (press release).
– March 27, 2020:  Update on Status of Claims processing. (Facebook link) (PA Dept. of Labor & Industry link).
– March 26, 2020: News article via WNEP TV: Will you get a stimulus check if you receive Social Security or disability, or didn’t file a tax return? (link).
– March 26, 2020:  Wolf administration launches Critical Medical Supplies Procurement Portal. (press release).
– March 26, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  560 new positives bring statewide total to 1,687. (press release).
– March 26, 2020:  Information for Pennsylvania employees impacted by COVID-19. (flyer) (link, 2).
– March 26, 2020:  Governor Wolf announced $50 million to fight COVID-19. (press release).
– March 25, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  276 new positives bring statewide total to 1,127. (press release).
– March 25, 2020:  PennDOT reopening 23 select rest areas across Pennsylvania to all motorists. (press release) (list).
– March 25, 2020:  PA Governor Tom Wolf announces financial assistance available to small businesses. (press release).
– March 25, 2020:  PA Governor Tom Wolf & PA Health Secretary Rachel Levine expand ‘Stay at Home’ order to Lehigh and Northhampton counties. (press release).
– March 24, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  207 new positives bring statewide total to 851. (press release).
– March 23, 2020:  PA Governor and Health Secretary issue ‘Stay at Home’ orders to 7 counties. Allegheny, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Monroe, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties. (link) (Stay at Home Guidance). (Wolf’s Order). (Secretary of Health’s Order).
– March 23, 2020:  PA Department of Education extends school closures through at least April 6. (link) (more info).
– March 23, 2020:  Corrections Department to use SCI Retreat as new commitment, parole violator reception facility beginning March 28. (link).
– March 23, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  165 new positives bring statewide total to 644. (link) (press release).
– March 23, 2020:  DCNR extending closure of state park and forest facilities statewide, open spaces will remain accessible as part of COVID-19 mitigation efforts. Pennsylvania has 121 state parks, and 20 forest districts. (link).
– March 23, 2020:  PA Exec. Dir. releases Op Ed: “There is another viral pandemic spreading across America. It’s called hatred.” (link).
– March 22, 2020:  Department of Aging releases COVID-19 guidance on protective services for older Adults. (link) (Dept. of Aging link).
– March 22, 2020:  Pennsylvania expands access to pharmacy services. (link).
– March 22, 2020:  PA State Police to assist in enforcement of closure of non-life-sustaining businesses; Encourages compliance. (link) (guidance).
– March 22, 2020: “Wolf: PA food supply is reliable, accessible and life-sustaining.” Shares guidance. (link).
– – March 22, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  108 new positives bring statewide total to 479. (press release).
– March 21, 2020:  PA state extends personal income tax return filing deadline to July 15, 2020. IRS did same. (link). (IRS link).
– March 21, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  103 new positives bring statewide total to 371. (link) (press release).
March 21, 2020:  PA suspends some nurse licensing requirements to aid coronavirus response. (link). (suspended licensing regulations/waivers).
– March 20, 2020:  Waiver extension; Revised timing of enforcement is March 23 at 8 AM. (link). (updated business guidance). (business waiver application form). (FAQs). (Governor Wolf’s order). (Secretary of Health’s order).
– March 20, 2020:  PA Department of Human Services provides guidance to related employment and training programs and work requirements in light of COVID-19. (link). (guidance).
– March 20, 2020:  Gov. Wolf, Sec. Levine provide updated guidance, stress need for compliance as cases rise. (link).
– March 20, 2020:  PA Game Commission shooting ranges closed. (link).
– March 20, 2020:  Recommendations for Pennsylvanians financially impacted by the Coronaviris; Useful resources/links. (link). (emergency order for utility companies)
– March 20, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  83 new positives bring statewide total to 268. (link) (press release).
– March 19, 2020:  PA Governor Tom Wolf’s announcement: “All non-life sustaining businesses ordered to close to stop the spread of COVID-19.” (link, 2) (Order).
– March 19, 2020:  PACE Pharmacy Program offers prescription extensions. (link) (PACE link).
– March 19, 2020:  Department of Aging releases COVID-19 guidance for adult day care centers and aging services programs. (link). (Dept. of Aging link).
– March 19, 2020:  PA Department of Education cancels statewide assessments. (link) (Dept. of Education link).
– March, 19, 2020:  Economic injury disaster loans available to small businesses and non-profits facing losses related to COVID-19. (link). (loan application info). (Facebook).
– March 19, 2020:  PA Property tax/rent rebate program application deadline extended to end of year. (link) (PA Dept. of Revenue link).
– March 19, 2020:  PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19.  52 new positives bring statewide total to 185. (press release).
– March 19, 2020:  PA Governor Wolf announces first death related to COVID-19. (link).
– March 18, 2020:  PennDOT reopens select rest areas for truck parking. (link).
– March 17, 2020:  PA Governor Wolf’s administration directs families to emergency food assiantance during COVID-19 mitigation; Provides useful links). (link) (self-declaration of need form).
– PA Department of Health provides updates on COVID-19: March 18, 2020. March 16, 2020. March 15, 2020. March 14, 2020. March 13, 2020. March 12, 2020. March 11, 2020 (2).
– March 10, 2020:  PA Department of Health outlines differences between quarantine and isolation regarding COVID-19; Announces one new presumptive positive case in Philadelphia. (press release).
– PA Department of Health provides updates on COVID-19: March 9, 2020 (2). March 8, 2020 (2). March 7, 2020 (2). March 6, 2020. March 5, 2020. March 4, 2020. Feb. 27, 2020.
– February 26, 2020:  PA Governor Tom Wolf administration prepare for spread of Coronaaavirus, or COVID-19. (press release).
****************Not all stories/press releases are listed above.****************
Please click HERE to view ALL state stories/press releases related to COVID-19.

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PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH:

You don’t make the timeline, the virus makes the timeline.
PA Department of Health Coronovirus (COVID-19) page with cases map.
Symptoms and Testing.
Stop the Spread.
Fact Sheets & Resources.
Global Map.
Press Releases.
Social Media Resources.
FAQs.
– Pennsylvania Department of Health phone number:  877-724-3258 (877-PA-HEALTH).

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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA INFORMATION:

Pennsylvania Statewide Mitigation
for Individuals
for Families
– for Businesses.
for Schools.

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FUNNY ENTERTAINING YOUTUBE CHANNELS:

Just For Laughs
Just Kidding Pranks
Carbonaro Effect
America’s Funniest Home Videos
“Laughter cures the mind.” 

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REGIONAL/STATE/NATIONAL GOOD NEWS STORIES:

March 19, 2020: “Stay positive: Here are 23 pieces of good news regarding coronavirus
1. Of about 80,000 people sick from COVID-19 in China, more than 70% have recovered and been discharged from hospitals.
2.  Scientists have figured out how the novel coronavirus breaks into human cells, which will help significantly in developing treatments.
3. Due to high levels of self-quarantine, Codogno, one of the two coronavirus clusters in Italy, has reported significantly fewer infections per day.
4. Scientists in Canada have made massive breakthroughs in an effort to develop a vaccine.
5. China is testing 5 different vaccine options, claiming it could have a vaccine ready by next month.
6. Vaccination trials in the U.S. are already underway.
7. A team of infectious disease experts calculated the fatality rate of Wuhan’s coronavirus outbreak is about 1.4%, drastically lower than early estimated.
8. Distilleries across the U.S. are making their own hand sanitizer and giving it away for free.
9. Air pollution has plummeted in cities with high numbers of quarantined individuals. Plus, Venice’s waters are running clear.
10. A John Hopkins researcher has claimed antibodies from recovered coronavirus patients could help protect people at risk.
11. South Korea recoveries are starting to outnumber new infections.
12. China is getting its feet back on the ground, opening parks and athletics, loosening travel restrictions.
13.  China has also closed its last coronavirus hospital, not enough new cases to support them.
14. Australian researchers are in the midst of testing two drugs as cures to the virus.
15. Numerous businesses have stepped up to solve the crisis.
16. Apple, Starbucks reopen all stores in China.
17. MetroHealthMedical Center has developed a coronavirus test that gives results in hours, not days.
18. Scientists in Israel have also noted the potential to announce development of a coronavirus vaccine within weeks.
19. A San Diego biotech company is developing a coronavirus in collaboration with Duke University and National University of Singapore.
20. A Japanese flu drug has proven effective in treating the novel coronavirus.
21. China has reported just one new domestic coronavirus infection for a second day in a row.
22. Communities are coming together to help neighbors.
23. A 103-year-old Chinese grandmother has made a full recovery from COVID-19.

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