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๐Ÿšจ 1 in 10 Pittsburgh police are now in quarantine
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๐Ÿšจ 1 in 10 Pittsburgh police are now in quarantine

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๐Ÿ˜ท Masks are now required indoors in Pennsylvania anytime people from different households are gathered โ€” even if they’re inside a private home and keeping their distance. The new statewide guidance comes as Pennsylvania continues to shatter COVID-19 case records and officials look to “control the spread” ahead of the winter months. In addition to the expanded mask mandate, anyone who visits Pennsylvania from another state is now required to have a negative COVID-19 test within three days of arriving. Pennsylvanians who travel to other states must do the same when they return home. The order does not apply to people traveling back and forth for work or medical treatment. Find more details here. (Associated Press / Pennsylvania Department of Health on Twitter)

๐Ÿšจ Nine Pittsburgh police, nine firefighters, and three EMS employees have tested positive for COVID-19. Another 100 city police officers are currently in quarantine because they may have been exposed. That’s over 10 percent of the city’s force. Pittsburgh’s Department of Public Safety says the officers are quarantining out of an abundance of caution. (TribLIVE)

๐Ÿ’ป More Pittsburgh-area schools are going back to remote learning with COVID-19 cases climbing. Here’s a comprehensive list of those plans by district. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

๐Ÿ“Š Current COVID-19 totals:ย 

  • Allegheny County (20,814 total cases since March / +288 new cases yesterday / 462 total deaths since March / +3 new deaths yesterday, data via Allegheny County Health Department)
  • Pennsylvania (275,513 total cases since March / 9,355 total deaths since March / +5,265 new cases and +38 deaths average each day over the past week / +21,548 new test results average each day over the past week with a positivity rate of 22 percent, data via Spotlight PA)

4 things to make you smile

๐Ÿˆ Iron Man is also rooting for the Steelers … naturally. (Robert Downey Jr. on Twitter / Joshua Axelrod on Twitter)

๐Ÿš‚ Who just moved into the Carnegie Science Center’s Miniature Railroad Village? It’s civil rights leader and suffragist Daisy Lampkin of the Hill District. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

๐Ÿš In appreciation of The National Negro Opera House in Homewood and the efforts to save it from further ruin as one of “America’s Most Endangered Historic Places.” (WPXI)

๐Ÿบ Make the most of this year’s stripped down and socially distant Thanksgiving with a little help from the beer experts at Lawrenceville’s Bierport. (Bierport on Facebook)

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Unlock I Spy

Today, our members โ€” a.k.a. Incline Insiders โ€” got the answer to an exclusive round of I Spy in their newsletters. That’s it above, the Troy Hill mural in, you guessed it, Troy Hill.

Here’s how it works: Yesterday we showed a closeup of that photo and asked members to tell us what it is and, more importantly, where it is. Correct guesses earn a shoutout in this newsletter and bragging rights for life.

Sound good? Do you want to play I Spy? Do you want life hacks and hand-curated job and apartment listings? What about cool giveaways? Or early access to our voter guides? Unlock those things and more by joining us as an Incline Insider right here.

Today

๐Ÿ—ฃ Listen as a "veteran anti-fascist" is interviewed by a Pitt professor and antifa researcher (Online)

Tomorrow

๐ŸŽ„ Lift your spirits with a socially distanced dinner theater show featuring vintage songs and good cheer โ€” multiple dates (Delmont)

๐Ÿ’ป Celebrate women in technology and embrace the changing face of technology with this RedChairPGH event (Online)

Saturday

๐ŸŽน Cut a rug at home with this year's PittStop Lindy Hop Concert featuring Paul Cosentino and the Boilermaker Jazz Band (Online)

๐ŸŽ Enjoy trivia and mixology tutorials at the 8th annual Take A Bough fundraiser for The Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation (Online)

Monday

๐ŸŒ Follow Nellie Bly around the world in this Heinz History Center panel about the Pa. native's globetrotting adventures (Online)

One more thing ...

We recently asked our Instagram friends to share one reason they’re thankful to be a Pittsburgher this year. We want to hear yours, too.

Reply to this email and let us know why you’re grateful and we’ll share our favorite answers here in the run up to Thanksgiving.

Thanks for reading to the bottom. We’ll see you back here tomorrow.

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