Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, right, and Gov. Tom Wolf. (Source: PA.gov)
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, right, and Gov. Tom Wolf. (Source: PA.gov)

Covid-19 headlines for Tuesday, April 28, 2020:

Some outdoor activities can reopen Friday: Gov. Tom Wolf's administration will allow venues such as private campgrounds, golf courses and marinas to operate, provided they follow social distancing guidance. (Source: WGAL)

Lancaster city OK'd for contact tracing: The city is the first municipality without a health department authorized to track and warn people potentially exposed to Covid-19 infections. (Source: LNP)

Task force on Covid-19 disparities: Lt. Gov. John Fetterman is heading the state's Covid-19 Health Disparity Task Force. It will collect and analyze demographic data and work to ensure low-income and minority populations have access to testing and care. (Source: CBS21)

National roundup: America is starting to reopen, but "normal" is a long way off. (Source: AP) The White House's Covid-19 testing plans leave most of the work to the states. (Source: CNBC) Reopening too much too soon could be deadly. (Source: CNN) In a number of states, enhanced unemployment benefits exceed average wages. (Source: Vox) Despite replenished funding, the Paycheck Protection Program for small business and nonprofits is still stumbling. (Source: NBC)   

Tim Stuhldreher