The Pennsylvania State Capitol. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
The Pennsylvania State Capitol. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Covid-19 headlines for Monday, April 20, 2020:

Protest at noon today: Opponents of Gov. Wolf's coronavirus stay-at-home order are planning a rally at the state capitol. (Source: PennLive)

Mandatory protocols take effect: Customers entering a business in Pennsylvania must now wear masks. Businesses must provide masks to employees and limit the number of customers present at a given time to allow social distancing. (Source: WGAL)

Street sweeping resumes today in Lancaster: Enforcement will be phased in, the city said. City schools and other organizations are making their parking lots available so nearby residents can move their cars during sweeping hours. (Source: City of Lancaster)

National/world roundup: Many coronavirus cases may be asymptomatic. (Source: AP) Leaders in Washington, D.C., are close to a new financial deal that would pump another $310 billion into the Paycheck Protection Program for small businesses and nonprofits. (Source: Washington Post)  A class-action suit has been filed accusing Wells Fargo of illegally prioritizing larger businesses' PPP applications to boost its revenue. (Source: USA Today

Tim Stuhldreher