A Lancaster General Health employees administer Covid-19 tests at a drive-through site. (Source: Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health)
A Lancaster General Health employees administer Covid-19 tests at a drive-through site. (Source: Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health)

Covid-19 headlines for Tuesday, April 21, 2020:

Weather to close testing sites today: The Lancaster County outdoor coronavirus testing sites at Clipper Magazine Stadium and the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences at 850 Greenfield Road will close at noon due to expected high winds. Plans are to reopen at 9 a.m. Wednesday. (Source: LGH)

County death toll tops 100: As of Tuesday morning, there have been 103 confirmed Covid-19 deaths in Lancaster County. (Source: LNP) The majority of fatalities have been nursing home patients. (Source: WGAL). Fortunately, there are indications the pandemic is slowing. (Source: LNP)

Rally to reopen Pa. draws crowd: Protesters at the state capitol in Harrisburg waved flags, honked horns and called for an end to Gov. Wolf's quarantine order, which Wolf has since extended to May 8. (Source: CBS21)

National/world roundup: President Trump tweeted overnight that he will temporarily suspend all immigration due to the coronavirus. (Source: AP) Turmoil spread in energy futures markets as a glut of oil drove some benchmarks below $0. (Source: Bloomberg) Governors in Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee announced they would begin reopening their states' economies. (Source: UPI)  

Tim Stuhldreher