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04/09/21 12:36am
From small group discussions to pre-recorded lectures, many professors plan to incorporate new teaching strategies into in-person curriculum.
04/08/21 11:57pm
A total of 28 undergraduate students tested positive for COVID-19 between March 28 and April 3, down from the 32 undergraduate student cases between March 21 and March 27.
04/08/21 12:45am
If approved, the portable breath tests could be used to monitor COVID-19 positivity among people across the world. 
04/07/21 10:34pm
Brown’s plan is contingent upon the expectation that the majority of the Brown community will be vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of the summer.
04/06/21 11:50pm
City Health Commissioner Thomas Farley announced that Philadelphia had an average of 507 new cases per day and an 8.7% positivity rate for COVID-19 tests. 
04/06/21 1:06pm
Philadelphia Health Commissioner Thomas Farley cautions, however, that "not everyone who is eligible will be able to get vaccinated right away due to limited supply."
04/06/21 1:11am
Researchers in Drew Weissman's lab are currently working on three primary projects: developing new vaccines, replacing and editing proteins, and using mRNA to target specific genes.
04/06/21 1:07am
Wharton senior Katarina Ulich pays tribute to her grandmother, Audrey, who passed away due to COVID-19.
04/05/21 11:29pm
Sanitation workers, utility workers, postal delivery workers, and maintenance and janitorial staff are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
04/05/21 11:24pm
The wide availability of vaccines has allowed the school to plan for an in-person semester, although the plan has not been finalized yet.
04/05/21 11:22pm
Cornell will allow students exemptions for medical and religious reasons, but expects the majority of students on campus to be innoculated.
04/01/21 9:40pm
Researchers found that gender disparities were most pronounced when the mother was the only parent working from home and when neither parent was able to work remotely.
04/01/21 9:39pm
The new timeline does not apply to Philadelphia, which is on track to open up eligibility to all adults by May 1.
03/31/21 1:24am
The University will begin vaccinating community members who qualify under Phases 1A and 1B as soon as its first allotment of doses arrives from the city.
03/31/21 1:15am
The University has seen a few cases this week among students who have already been fully vaccinated. 
03/31/21 12:30am
The state will provide single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccines to Duke Health.
03/29/21 12:07am
The study will include more than 12,000 college students immunized with the Moderna vaccine at more than 20 universities across the United States.
03/26/21 12:34am
The Latinx community comprises 15% of Philadelphia, but as of March 22, only about 12% of those vaccinated are Latinx.
03/26/21 12:33am
The initiative aims to help employers safely return employees to work, promote the city through local events, coordinate with local transit lines, and provide locals with information about vaccines.
03/25/21 11:05pm
The United States Senate confirmed Rachel Levine as the nation’s assistant secretary for health at the United States Department of Health and Human Services on Wednesday.