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News: Thursday, Dec. 31

(Source: City of Lancaster)

(Source: City of Lancaster)
(Source: City of Lancaster)


New Year's Eve celebrations reflect Covid-19 realities: In lieu of the Binns Park concerts of past years, Lancaster city will launch fireworks in the southeast and north while mobile DJs entertain on flatbed trucks. (Source: WGAL)

Pennsylvania has administered less than half its Covid-19 vaccine doses: Though allocated more than 500,000 shots so far, the state has only received 229,000 and has given fewer than 100,000 as of Wednesday. About 1 million health care workers are eligible for the vaccine in the rollout's first phase. (Source: WITF) Nationwide, about 2.8 million doses have been given, versus a goal of 20 million. (Source: Reuters)

Trump supporters protest outside Speaker Cutler's office, house: They want the Republican legislative leader to overturn President-elect Biden's win in Pennsylvania. (Source: LNP)

National roundup: McConnell maneuvers to avoid up-or-down vote on $2,000 stimulus checks. (Source: NPR) Census Bureau unlikely to deliver population count before Biden inauguration. (Source: AP) Despite real-world economic turmoil, investors made out in 2020. (Source: NBC News)