A child swabs his nose for a Covid test in this image from a Concentric promotional video. (Source: Ginkgo Bioworks)
A child swabs his nose for a Covid test in this image from a Concentric promotional video. (Source: Ginkgo Bioworks)

Headlines:

Postal Service hosts job fairs: There is one planned from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at the Lititz Post Office, 74 E. Main St., among others in central Pennsylvania. (Source: ABC 27)

Few schools adopt state's free Covid-19 testing program: Just 750 out of 5,000 schools are using it, the state Health Department said. (Source: Spotlight PA)

Judge says ruling invalidating mail-in balloting should take effect March 15: Commonwealth Court Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt said it cannot be presumed that the Wolf administration's appeal to the state Supreme Court will overrule her decision. (Source: CBS 21)

Lancaster city MDJ's campaign violated conduct rules: Andrew LeFever acted improperly when he endorsed his own candidacy when he was a Lancaster City Democratic Committee member, the Court of Judicial Discipline said in an order Monday. (Source: LNP)

Philadelphia drops vaccination mandate for indoor dining: Indoor masking is still required when not eating or drinking. (Source: ABC 6)

National/world roundup: Biden expects imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine. (Source: ABC News) Justice Department to investigate suspected exploitation of supply chain issues. (Source: AP) Justice Department sues Missouri over gun rights law. (Source: NPR) Reports find fraud, lack of oversight in use of stimulus relief funds. (Source: Washington Post) Video of mall fight sparks outrage over police response. (Source: CNN)

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