The YWCA TriCounty, as serious as it can be about the value of fitness, has taken its popular exercise program for pre-schoolers and is streaming it for families on Facebook and YouTube channels.
With a variety of communication methods at her disposal, county Board of Commissioners' Chair Dr. Valerie Arkoosh on Monday promoted staying at home as the best thing residents could do for loved ones.
Tower Health is using its Urgent Care center in the Gilbertsville Shopping Center on East Philadelphia Avenue for coronavirus testing. It's one of six test sites Tower is making available.
When patients can't physically come to a doctor, the doctors - like those in the offices of Pennsylvania Dermatology Partners - are virtually going to them.
Professional Pharmacy long-standing delivery service remains available to customers, but the veteran drug and health goods store has also opened a curb-side service on North Charlotte Street.
Fighting coronavirus may, in part, require military expertise. So the Veterans Administration is asking retirees to return to work at medical centers and clinics in Pennsylvania and elsewhere.
When residents of 10 different countries, including the U.S., want the most trustworthy news they can get about coronavirus, who do they turn to? Hints: it's not government. Sigh; it's not media, either.
Efforts to contain coronavirus by closing schools and workplaces through Montgomery County had an unintended but pleasant consequence Monday. People headed outdoors to bask in the sun and enjoy a park.