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Bucks Co. Still Considered an area of ‘High’ COVID-19 ‘Transmission’ as Case and Vaccine Rates Trend Upward

Vaccination rates and new cases of COVID-19 trended upward last week however Bucks County is still considered an area of "high transmission," by federal health officials. The county’s seven-day average as of Sunday was 152 new cases per day, the…

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Health Officials Warn about Loss of Taste & Smell as Coronavirus Indicator; State Adds Shutdown 9 More Counties

Bucks County Officials made a point of telling the public about a coronavirus symptom observed that is indicative of the virus on Friday. Department of Health Director, Dr David Damsker said during Friday's press briefing that the first symptom of…

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Law Enforcement Community Advises Plans in Place as Safety Remains the Focus

The Bucks County law enforcement community says it has plans in place to ensure public safety services continues during an outbreak of COVID-19.  The Bucks County Police Chiefs Association has instituted contingencies for addressing manpower shortages among police departments should…

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Bucks Co Health Dept Announces First 2 Presumptive Cases of COVID-19

The Bucks County Health Department announced the county’s first two presumed positive cases of the coronavirus known as COVID-19 Tuesday evening, bringing the number of cases in the commonwealth to 14.  Both cases involve adults residing in the same home…

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Neshaminy High School, Buckingham Friends, Close as COVID-19 Precaution

Press Release from Bucks County Neshaminy High School and the private Buckingham Friends School will close Tuesday for deep-cleaning as a safeguard against the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), officials announced Monday night.  Neshaminy learned Monday that one of its students…

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Dept of Health Issues New Guidelines for Residents Returning from China Amid Outbreak

Press Release: Pennsylvania Department of Health  As Pennsylvanians return from China to the commonwealth and in light of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine today updated travel guidance for anyone who returned in the past 14…

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