There could be additional easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Pennsylvania.
Governor Tom Wolf, speaking at a vaccination clinic on Friday, didn't offer a solid timeline but said he wants the state to be in a position to lift more restrictions.
"This has been a tough year. I'm not sure that there's anybody in Pennsylvania who isn't frustrated, sad, maybe even grieving for a loved one who's been lost. We're all frustrated at the fact that we can't be social - the social animals that we are. We can't be with our families the way we were before the pandemic hit. There's a lot of sadness," he said.
"At this point though, we have something we didn't have a year ago and that's hope." wolf said the light at the end of the tunnel is being shined by the vaccines being distributed.