A man receives a Covid-19 vaccination during a clinic at Ruoff Tower Apartments on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. (Photo: Olivia Smucker)
A man receives a Covid-19 vaccination during a clinic at Ruoff Tower Apartments on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. (Photo: Olivia Smucker)

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Pa. to speed up Covid-19 vaccinations for older adults: Acting Secretary of Health Alison Beam issued an amended order on Thursday requiring Covid-19 vaccine providers to work with local Area Agencies on Aging and Medical Assistance Managed Care Organizations to schedule appointments in order to finish Phase 1A of the rollout by the end of the month. (Source: WGAL)

Black, Latino Pennsylvanians more likely to face utility shutoffs at end of moratorium: Those two communities have been hit hardest by Covid-19, both in health and daily living, a joint report by Community Legal Services and the Pennsylvania Utility Law Project said. (Source: Penn Capital Star)

Pa. House lawmaker wants to withhold funding from any school not going back to full-time, in-person education: "If school districts, technical schools, community colleges or universities do not open their doors to full-time, in-person instruction, working with my colleagues, I will push to ensure the School Code prohibits them from accessing these dollars," said House Appropriations Committee Chairman Stan Saylor. (Source: WGAL)

Attorneys for Lancaster city summer protest arrest cases get extra preparation time: The trials for seven of the nearly two dozen protestors arrested last summer during Black Lives Matter and police brutality protests has been moved until June, as requested by attorneys involved in the cases. (Source: LNP)

Lancaster organization hoping to improve urban farming access: Discerning Eye Community Agriculture (DECA) is fundraising to build an urban farm in Lancaster County Central Park to educate and empower Lancaster city residents with local, urban agriculture. (Source: ABC 27)

National roundup: Black Ga. legislator arrested for protesting as governor signs voting restrictions into law. (Source: NBC) Tornados in Deep South kill at least five people. (Source: AP) Rutgers University becomes first major U.S. college to require students to get Covid-19 vaccine. (Source: UPI) Dominion Voting sues Fox News over 2020 election claims. (Source: USA Today) Mitt Romney gets Profile in Courage Award for impeachment vote. (Source: AP)

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