Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Headlines for Wednesday, July 15, 2020:

School districts develop reopening plans: The School District of Lancaster's proposal calls for at least 10 hours of at-home study a week, and schools will be closed on Wednesdays. (Source: WGAL)

Covid-19 demographics trending younger: In Pennsylvania, individuals aged 19 to 45 account for nearly half of all cases. (Source: LNP)

Today is tax day: Taxpayers who still need more time can apply for an extension to Oct. 15. (Source: ABC 27)

Pa. House passes bill to weaken state authority over reopening: Under the legislation, passed largely with Republican votes, counties that meet certain Covid-19 criteria could move to a "green-plus" phase. Gov. Wolf said he will veto it if it reaches his desk. (Source: PennLive)

National roundup: No fans allowed at Philadelphia Eagles, Phillies games this year. (Source: UPI) White House orders hospitals to send Covid-19 data to HHS, not CDC. (Source: International Business Times) CDC director says universal masking could bring Covid-19 under control. (Source: Reuters) Jeff Sessions loses Alabama Senate runoff. (Source: The Hill) Asheville, N.C., approves reparations to remedy systemic racism. (Source: USA Today)

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