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News: Tuesday, June 1

(Source: White House)

(Source: White House)


Lancastrians react to reduced Covid-19 restrictions: While many are celebrating what feels like the return to normalcy with Monday's restriction reduction, some are feeling conflicted about fewer places requiring masks. (Source: LNP)

Pa. businesses, consumers struggling with lumber shortage: A national lumber shortage has caused many local construction businesses to have to raise their prices and put projects on hold for months. (Source: WITF)

Pa.'s unemployment computer system begins massive switchover: Clients and experts alike are concerned that now is the wrong time to make such a big change, especially if there are glitches with the new system. (Source: Spotlight PA)

New LG Health CEO talks staff morale, Covid-19 vaccines: John J. Herman spoke with LNP on May 24 about a plethora of topics involving the county's largest health care system. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: Biden to honor Tulsa massacre victims. (Source: AP) WHO renames Covid-19 variants with Greek letters. (Source: USA Today) Naomi Osaka withdraws from French Open. (Source: NBC News) Pope updates Catholic law on sexual abuse. (Source: Reuters) Texas walkout escalates voting battles. (Source: AP) European Commission recommends ending quarantine for vaccinated travelers. (Source: UPI)