The Department of Health is reporting 31 deaths at this time, with nearly half of those at StoneRidge Town Centre.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
Although daily new cases have gone up slightly, this in itself should not be a cause for alarm, as the uptick is driven primarily by increased testing.
As far as the Salvation Army is concerned, COVID-19 is both an unprecedented challenge and nothing new.
Gov. Tom Wolf announced in a press conference Friday afternoon, May 22, that Lebanon County will move to ‘yellow’ on May 29.
Under Gov. Tom Wolf’s reopening plan, 49 of 67 counties are already in the “yellow” phase, or the first phase of reopening.
Lebanon County is now tracking at 892 cases of the novel coronavirus, according to current Pennsylvania Department of Health data, with 3,926 negative tests.
Pennsylvania is including in its official count not only viral tests that reveal who currently has COVID-19, but also antibody tests that show whether a person was previously infected.
Voters won’t be mandated to wear masks to polling places on June 2, but they will be encouraged to do so.
Provider associations said publishing erroneous data has sewn panic and anger among family members, distrust among nursing home staff, and frustration for providers.
Lebanon County is now tracking at 887 cases of the novel coronavirus, according to current Pennsylvania Department of Health data, with 3,860 negative tests.
School districts in Lebanon County have begun revealing their plans to make the day special and memorable for seniors and their families.
The fair will not have track events, midway shows, rides, carnival games, indoor and outdoor commercial exhibits, or open class entries.
Gov. Tom Wolf on the same day vetoed a bill to restart the real estate industry, angering Republicans in the legislature.
The rebate program is aimed at low-income seniors and people with disabilities.