Lancaster city Fire Chief Scott Little, left, displays his "I Got My Covid-19 Vaccine" sign after his vaccination at the Lancaster Health Center on Saturday, Jan. 2, 2020. He is accompanied by James Reichenbach, the center's chief mission advancement and community programs officer. (Photo: Provided)
Lancaster city Fire Chief Scott Little, left, displays his "I Got My Covid-19 Vaccine" sign after his vaccination at the Lancaster Health Center on Saturday, Jan. 2, 2020. He is accompanied by James Reichenbach, the center's chief mission advancement and community programs officer. (Photo: Provided)

Headlines:

About half of Lancaster police, EMS have or willing to get Covid-19 vaccine: Six of the county's EMS agencies had an average of 51% personnel vaccinated while six of the police departments had a 53% rate. No agency is requiring the vaccine currently. (Source: LNP)

Pa. GOP to potentially censure U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey amidst backlash: In addition to the York County GOP announcing that they would be censuring Toomey over the weekend, the state Republican party has also decided to meet about whether to censure the senator for his votes during former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial. (Source: AP) Lancaster County's GOP could also vote to censure Toomey as early as Tuesday evening. (Source: LNP)

Pa. legislators propose statewide Covid-19 vaccine registry: The Vaccine Registry Act would have the Department of Health create a database of Pennsylvanians who are eligible and willing to get the vaccine, rather than continuing to have them sign up at individual locations. (Source: WGAL)

National roundup: White House extends Covid-19 support to homeowners. (Source: UPI) Hospitals still rationing N95 masks while stockpiles grow. (Source: AP) Moderna to supply U.S. with 100 million more Covid-19 vaccine doses by end of May. (Source: Reuters) Winter storms bring tornados, power outages in southern states. (Source: USA Today)

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