A mobile site for COVID-19 testing developed for neighborhoods where traditional health care locations aren’t readily accessible will visit locations around the Lehigh Valley over the next few weeks.
The CATE Mobile Response Unit — CATE stands for Community Accessible Testing & Education — was developed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Highmark Blue Shield, Independence Blue Cross, and Latino Connection.
In collaboration with St. Luke’s University Health Network and other community partners, the unit will conduct COVID-19 testing for people who are showing symptoms or who have been exposed to the pandemic illness, while also educating the public on how to stay healthy and safe.
The unit’s tagline is “Sharing knowledge to erase fear,” which it accomplishes through widespread community health care and health education offered for free and with no insurance required.
CATE’s schedule is as follows:
Allentown (Flu shots also available): Buck Boyle Park, 10 Pump
PBR will implement COVID-19 safety and health protocols, including social distancing, sanitization and limiting capacity to 50%.
True cowboys will step foot on the grounds of AT&T Stadium in November as the Professional Bull Riders World Finals were moved to Arlington due to COVID-19 restrictions in its original location of Las Vegas, officials announced Thursday.
Nov. 12-15 will mark the first time the event has been held in Texas. Tickets go on sale Oct. 5.
The event offers a $1 million Monster Energy World Champion bonus and coveted gold buckle to the PBR World Champion and a $300,000 check to the winner.
PBR will implement COVID-19 safety and health protocols, including physical distancing, sanitization and limiting capacity to 50%. It will also have pod-style seating to limit crossover interaction between fans.
Face masks will be required, per Gov. Greg Abbott’s order.
It was originally scheduled for the T-Mobile Arena in
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