Selected CVS Pharmacies rolled out a COVID-19 vaccination-by-appointment-only program Wednesday in six Pennsylvania municipalities. Closest to western Montgomery County are Reading and West Chester.
Pottsgrove school board Vice President Al Leach urged colleagues Tuesday to consider expanding students' in-person classroom time. Some say they want that too … but when the district is ready.
Twenty Montgomery County area locations have enrolled with Pennsylvania's Health Department as providers that will offer coronavirus vaccinations. It's unknown if any have appointments available.
Specially trained individuals within the Pottsgrove School District may be in a position by February's end to start rapid-result "assurance" testing for coronavirus within its buildings, the superintendent said.
Tower Health's late January call for volunteers to administer coronavirus vaccines and handle follow-up paperwork has paid off. More than 500 qualified volunteers stepped up to offer assistance, it said.
Do Zoom, or WebEx, or GoToMeeting meetings become things of the past for municipalities when the pandemic ends? Lower Pottsgrove township commissioners believe those methods have a longer future.
The state Senate voted Tuesday favoring proposed constitutional limits on a governor's ability to issue emergency declarations for unlimited time periods. Sen. Bob Mensch was among the majority.
Six in-store Weis Markets' pharmacies, three each in Montgomery and Berks counties, began offering COVID-19 vaccinations Thursday, the company said. All currently available appointment slots were taken as of Friday morning.