Philadelphia, New Jersey, Charlotte Reese discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

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Astronauts to the international space station tonight in sports. The Eagles currently taking on the Giants, and they trailed 21 to 11 with 6.5 minutes to play in the third quarter. It's currently overcast 60 degrees headed up to 63, but the rain's coming in in a couple of hours. Good Sunday afternoon Philadelphia I'm J. Scott Smith and our top story at three o'clock. The Corona virus pandemic. What you need to know from K Y W News radio and the governors of six Northeastern states, including both in New Jersey and here in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, have met to discuss in a line their covert 19 policies that it comes as both Pennsylvania New Jersey hit their highest single case of case counts this weekend as we hear from Kevin, Have you Charlotte Reese. The rise in cases is pushing Philadelphia officials to announce a new restriction. Business owners are on edge, waiting to know what exactly the new restrictions will be in Philadelphia. Officials say it's necessary to help stop the spread. This weekend, however, Revolution fitness factory held classes as usual, but co owner Ari Delaney, Oz tells NBC 10 they fear how long that will last. We're not these gyms where people are all on top of each other. We're not these big corporations that have money to back us up. If this happens, the emergency meeting between governors is said to be about comparing notes on mitigation efforts. New York and New Jersey have already implemented some new restrictions. Gordon Dead linger, the national director of independent businesses tells NBC 10 collaboration is good, but every state is different. We really need Public officials to consider the economics as well as the health issues, City Health Commissioner Dr Tom Farley says due to the rise in cases, people should get into the mindset as if it was March or April again. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W NEWS radio. We'll have an update on a protest that's being held against schools being closed in Montgomery County. That story is coming up in K Whatever you news radio, but at 302, what is time for traffic.

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