Volunteers open mail-in ballot envelopes and prepare ballots for scanning at the Lancaster County Convention Center on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. (Photo: Tim Stuhldreher)

Headlines:

Cases of the flu dropped 95% in Pa. last season: The 2020-21 flu season saw just 3,664 confirmed cases across the state, compared to 131,282 the year before. (Source: LNP)

Lancaster County nears end of hand-counting ballots: As of Monday afternoon, more than 80% of the write-in votes for the May primary election had been counted. (Source: ABC 27)

Advocates press Gov. Wolf to prioritize poor people in budget negotiations: Over 50 people under the banner of the Poor People's Campaign marched up the steps of the Harrisburg Capitol building Monday to demand that lawmakers prioritize working-class and low-income families. (Source: WITF)

What we know about Pa.'s 2022 race for governor: No Democrats have officially said they will run, but numerous Republicans have either declared their candidacy or are expected to, including former Congressman Lou Barletta and state Sen. Doug Mastriano. (Source: Spotlight PA)

National/world roundup: Senate report details failures around Jan. 6 attack. (Source: AP) Massive outage takes websites, news organizations offline. (Source: NBC News) Kamala Harris meets with Mexican president with goal to lower migrant numbers. (Source: Reuters) Global sting nets hundreds of arrests plus cash, drugs. (Source: UPI)

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