From left, Lancaster County Commissioners Craig Lehman, Josh Parsons and Ray D'Agostino.
From left, Lancaster County Commissioners Craig Lehman, Josh Parsons and Ray D'Agostino.

Covid-19 headlines for Wednesday, May 13, 2020:

Commissioners meet on reopening plan: Lancaster County commissioners are expected to vote Wednesday on a $33 million economic recovery plan and a $25 million Covid-19 testing and tracing plan. Federal CARES Act funding would cover the outlays.  (Source: WGAL) NOTE: The meeting begins at 9:15 a.m. and is being livestreamed here.)

Western Pa. man charged with threatening Gov. Wolf: Rocco Naples allegedly called Wolf Home Products and said there was "a bullet waiting" for the governor if he didn't lift statewide business restrictions. (Source: ABC27)

682 layoffs coming at Manheim Auto Auction: The layoffs in Lancaster County, coming May 17, will be among more than 1,000 layoffs at three Pennsylvania locations due to Covid-19, parent company Cox Automotive said. (Source: PennLive)

National/world roundup: Counterfeit N95 masks are reaching health workers. (Source: AP News) Gas prices are down, food prices are up sharply. (Source: NPR) House Democrats unveil $3 trillion Covid-19 aid bill (Source: ABC News) 6 takeaways from Tuesday's Senate Covid-19 hearing. (Source: STAT News)

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