Vaccination cards are filled out, specifying recipients' information and next appointment, during a vaccine clinic at Ruoff Tower Apartments on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. (Photo: Olivia Smucker)
Vaccination cards are filled out, specifying recipients' information and next appointment, during a vaccine clinic at Ruoff Tower Apartments on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. (Photo: Olivia Smucker)

Headlines:

Nationwide eviction moratorium extended through June: The CDC announced Monday that tenants who are unable to pay rent because of pandemic-related issues cannot be evicted. Nearly one third of households across Pennsylvania are having trouble paying rent, according to the Census Bureau. (Source: WITF)

Pa. schools to split $5 billion in federal Covid-19 relief funding: The funding comes from the recently signed "American Rescue Plan" with the goal of having all schools reopen for in-person learning by the end of the academic year. (Source: WGAL)

Health officials encourage those vaccinated against Covid-19 to keep their vaccine cards: The cards may be used as "vaccine passports" in public settings in the future. (Source: ABC 27)

Investigators ID suspect car in N.C. road rage case that killed Lancaster County woman: North Carolina police are looking for the person who shot Julie Eberly, a resident of Manheim Township, last week. (Source: CBS 21)

National/world roundup: World leaders call for international pandemic treaty. (Source: UPI) Biden, CDC warn of potential fourth Covid-19 surge. (Source: AP) Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy dropping among Black Americans. (Source: Reuters) WHO report says Covid-19 likely originated on Asian wildlife farms. (Source: UPI) Amazon workers allege company is retaliating against efforts to organize labor. (Source: NBC)

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