As of June 5, 17 counties (light green) move from Pennsylvania's yellow to green phase, and the final 10 (light yellow), including Lancaster County, move from red to yellow.
As of June 5, 17 counties (light green) move from Pennsylvania's yellow to green phase, and the final 10 (light yellow), including Lancaster County, move from red to yellow.

Headlines for Friday, June 5, 2020:

Lancaster County reopens: The county enters Pennsylvania's "yellow" phase today, part of the last cohort to do so. Meanwhile, 16 counties are turning green. (Source: CBS 21) (Editor's note: Centre County turned green as well, for a total of 17.)

Gov. Wolf announces police reforms: Pennsylvania will review its police training and use-of-force policies, set up new agencies to oversee law enforcement and encourage the formation of citizen advisory boards. (Source: WGAL) But state police object strongly to the measures. (Source: PennLive)

Covid-19 'less prevalent' says UPMC doctor: Moreover, viral loads in infected patients are decreasing, said Dr. Donald Yealy, UPMC's chair of internal medicine. (Source: PennLive)

National roundup:  Unemployment dropped from 14.7% to 13.3% in May as states began reopening their economies. (Source: NPR) A Minneapolis memorial service honors George Floyd. (Source: CBS News) Buffalo police suspended for shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground. (Source: NBC News) Even in affluent areas, food banks are seeing high demand. (Source: AP)

Tim Stuhldreher