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COVID-19 killed at least 40 military veterans at VA nursing homes in Pa.

Newly-public data shows outbreaks among staff and residents throughout the pandemic.

By Brett Sholtis

To ensure second doses, VA Pittsburgh temporarily suspends booking first dose COVID-19 vaccines

The VA health care system gets its own allocation from the federal government, separate from that which is sent to the state. Doses are distributed to facilities by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

By Kiley Koscinski/WESA

Governor Wolf announces retirement of PA Adjutant General

PA Adjutant General retires

By Staff

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How one nursing home is limiting the spread of COVID-19 among veterans

“We had a head start, if you will, in the sense that we had the basic testing equipment in place that we used for other purposes.”
By Susan Phillips/StateImpact Pennsylvania

Senate votes to devote lieutenant governor’s residence to veterans, Guard families

Pennsylvania state senators have voted unanimously to transfer control of what had been the lieutenant governor’s residence at Fort Indiantown Gap to the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

By The Associated Press