>>Governor Tom Wolf Updates Pennsylvania Schools' COVID-19 Guidelines
(Harrisburg, PA) -- Some COVID-19 guidelines are changing for schools in Pennsylvania. Governor Tom Wolf announced new recommendations yesterday for K-through-12 schools on social distancing in classrooms. Elementary school students are now allowed to be at least three-feet apart in classrooms, and high school and middle school students can be three-feet apart in counties with low-to-moderate community transmission. The new recommendations will go into effect on Monday.