A rendering of the interior of the upcoming Penn State Lancaster Pediatric Center. (Source: Penn State Health)
A rendering of the interior of the upcoming Penn State Lancaster Pediatric Center. (Source: Penn State Health)

Headlines:

Gov. Wolf relaxes Covid-19 guidelines for Pa. schools: In accordance with the latest recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Tuesday that students can now be 3 feet apart rather than the previous 6 feet. Adults should maintain 6-foot separation, and universal masking remains mandatory. (Source: WGAL)

Biden to visit Pittsburgh, unveil infrastructure plan on Wednesday: The American Jobs Plan includes big infrastructure fixes that both major parties — as well as a majority of Americans — have consistently said they want to see, including upgrades to bridges, buildings and broadband Internet service. (Source: WITF)

Former Toys R Us to become new pediatric outpatient center: Penn State Health announced Tuesday that it will be opening the $11.2 million outpatient center in spring 2022, citing the former toy store's Harrisburg Pike at Route 30 location as a way to reduce stress and travel time for families. (Source: LNP)

Gov. Wolf visits Harrisburg mass vaccination site, affirms Phase 1A deadline: While visiting the drive-thru Covid-19 vaccination site at Harrisburg Area Community College on Tuesday, Governor Tom Wolf said that the state is on track to finish scheduling Phase 1A appointments by the end of the month. (Source: WGAL)

National roundup: Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine trial with young adolescents highly effective. (Source: Reuters) Firefighter blocked from helping George Floyd retakes the stand in Derek Chauvin trial. (Source: AP) Biden announces $49.5 million in grants for tackling Asian-American xenophobia. (Source: UPI) Suspect arrested, charged in NYC hate crime assault on Asian-American woman. (Source: USA Today)

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