The Pennsylvania State Capitol. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
The Pennsylvania State Capitol. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Covid-19 headlines for Wednesday, May 27, 2020:

State enforces business-closure orders: Two York County diners have had their operating licenses suspended for opening in violation of Gov. Wolf's stay-at-home order. Two gyms in eastern Pennsylvania have been cited for opening. (Source: CBS 21)

Stopgap budget passes state House: It maintains existing spending levels through Nov. 30 while legislators see how the Covid-19 pandemic plays out. Education is mostly funded through the full fiscal year. (Source: PennLive)

HACC launches training for contact tracing: The four-week certificate program is open to students age 18 and up with at least a high school diploma. (Source: LNP)

Lancaster County Sheetz store closed: An employee at the business at 1699 Oregon Pike tested positive for Covid-19, the company said. The retail store is closed, but the gas pumps remain in service for credit and debit card sales. (Source: PennLive)

National/world roundup: Nearly half of Americans say they have skipped or delayed medical care due to Covid-19. (Source: Kaiser Health News) A month after Georgia reopened, its Covid-19 case counts have neither spiked nor ebbed. (Source: CNN) At least 62,000 U.S. health care workers have tested positive for coronavirus. (Source: Business Insider)

Tim Stuhldreher