Philadelphia has been in some form of coronavirus quarantine since March 16, 2020.
Local health officials report that citizens are currently at high risk of community transmission, and, as cases begin to rise again, a revamped set of “Safer at Home” restrictions will begin on November 20, including the closing of museums, gyms and schools, and indoor dining is banned.
To date, more than 69,600 people have been infected with Covid-19 in Philadelphia, and 1,990 Philadelphians have died from the virus. You can keep track of the total here. You can find testing sites here.
Below you’ll find some of the ways we’ve been covering the pandemic, including analysis on the City’s response, resources to provide or get help and stories about ways in which the community is stepping up to help those in need.
Check out our Covid coverage
HOW TO STAY HEALTHY DURING COVID-19
HOW TO HELP DURING THE PANDEMIC
HOW PHILLY IS FIGHTING COVID-19
THINGS TO DO DURING CORONAVIRUS
THE CORONAVIRUS AND EDUCATION
Header image courtesy R. Kennedy / Visit Philadelphia