A woman in Pennsylvania became the first person to be cited last week for violating the state's stay-at-home order meant to slow the spread of coronavirus, spurring questions from at least one state lawmaker on if the ticket went too far.
While responding to a separate call about a man being assaulted in the woods, volunteer firefighters stumbled upon a group of about 100 young people drinking and partying in rural Pennsylvania early Saturday morning despite social distancing measures meant to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Leslie Gudel, the founder of “Food It Forward,” which is helping Pennsylvania restaurants forced to close during the coronavirus outbreak by purchasing gift cards and then donating them to families in need as well as first responders, said on “Fox & Friends First” on Friday that the initiative is “working well to be able to touch various people on all levels.”
Maksim Boiko, 29, allegedly worked with the transnational money-laundering operation QQAAZZ after arriving in the United States in January, according to a criminal complaint unsealed on Monday by federal prosecutors in Pennsylvania.
Boeing Co said on Thursday it
will temporarily suspend production at facilities in Ridley
Township, Pennsylvania, amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic,
adding that the suspension will last two weeks, with work to
resume on April 20.
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