A scene of the snow Thursday morning in southeast Lancaster city. (Source: Submitted)
A scene of the snow Thursday morning in southeast Lancaster city. (Source: Submitted)

Headlines:

Post-snowstorm conditions remain hazardous for travel: Officials warn that roads will be icy and recommend postponing travel until at least midday. Temperatures will also remain around freezing, so precautions should be taken when outdoors. (Source: CBS 21) In Lancaster city, cleanup began yesterday, with the Snow Emergency declaration lifted at 10 a.m. this morning. (Source: ABC 27)

December on track to be Lancaster County's deadliest month for Covid-19: The number of deaths in the county has already reached three digits, with 107 reported so far. The Gardens at Stevens nursing home in Denver Borough accounts for the majority. (Source: LNP)

Seven more Pa. hospitals receive the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine: These seven joined nine others across the state in offering the vaccine to healthcare workers and high-risk hospital patients. By Monday, 87 Pa. hospitals are to have received their first shipment. (Source: CBS 21)

National/world roundup: French President Macron tests positive for Covid-19. (Source: Reuters) Pence to publicly receive Covid-19 vaccine Friday. (Source: UPI) Moderna Covid-19 vaccine under final FDA review before expected approval. (Source: USA Today) States grapple with evictions as Covid-19 crisis grows. (Source: AP)

Olivia Smucker