Pa. Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine and Gov. Tom Wolf (Source: Commonwealth of PA)
Pa. Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine and Gov. Tom Wolf (Source: Commonwealth of PA)

Covid-19 headlines for Wednesday, April 29, 2020:

State to say Friday which counties can reopen: Those reopenings will begin May 8, but they could be reversed if there are renewed Covid-19 outbreaks, Gov. Tom Wolf said. (Source: WGAL)

Lancaster County gets $95 million from CARES Act: The federal funds, equal to about one-third of the county's budget can be used to offset local expenses related to the Covid-19 response, but not to replace lost revenue. The commissioners are seeking further clarification on eligible uses. (Source: LNP)

Weis Markets checking employees' temperatures: Those with fevers will be sent home. The policy applies to stores and the company's manufacturing, support and distribution sites. (Source: CBS21)

National roundup: The U.S. economy shrank at a 4.8% annual rate in the first quarter. (Source: AP) President Trump has ordered meat processing plants to stay open, but some workers are balking. (Source: CNN) The U.S. now has one million coronavirus cases, one-third of the world total. (Source: NPR

Tim Stuhldreher