Pennsylvania cases of COVID-19 is up to 96, Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine announced.
The Pennsylvania Office of Unemployment Compensation is now saying that those unable to work because of efforts to curb COVID-19 may be eligible for unemployment or workers’ compensation benefits.
According to The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 2020 global growth could be cut by half, to 1.5 percent for the year instead of the 2.9 percent that had been previously forecast if the coronavirus continues to spread.
The federal Small Business Administration (SBA) is working with state officials to support small businesses impacted by the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) with up to $2 million targeted, low-interest disaster recovery loans.
There is strong evidence that employing women over 50 gives businesses a professional edge.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has ordered all non-essential stores, bars and restaurants in the state to temporarily close to help slow the progression of COVID-19.
As we all hunker down in our homes more amidst the growing threat of the coronavirus, local small business owners are feeling the effects. LVB talked to several small business owners who opened up about how they are weathering this public health crisis.
Gov. Tom Wolf has not asked non-essential businesses in the Lehigh and Northampton counties to close to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 like in some other counties, however, many are taking it upon themselves to do so.
Neffs National Bank said it has hired some local banking veterans to run the new branch it is opening this spring in Walnutport. It’s the first branch the bank will have outside of Neffs.
After seeing the success of its carriage-style homes in Lower Macungie Township and its other residential properties in New Jersey, a real estate firm plans to add more.
Bucks and Montgomery counties are among the counties that Gov. Tom Wolf has “strongly advised” non-essential businesses, including restaurants and hair salons, to close down to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
An employee of Lehigh Valley Hospital-17th Street in Allentown has tested positive for COVID-19, which is the first positive case in Lehigh County, according to the Lehigh Valley Health Network. The employee is currently out of the hospital on self-quarantine at home. The employee has not been at LVH-17th Street since March 9.