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Updated March 24, 2020. 

Ever since the first cases of the new coronavirus were confirmed in Pennsylvania March 6, the number has increased daily and strict measures have been enacted to control the spread.   

The number of cases has climbed exponentially each day, from 479 on March 22 to 644 on March 23 to 851 on March 24, with higher numbers expected in coming days as testing increases. At least seven coronavirus-related deaths have occurred in the state. 

Take a look below at where cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Pennsylvania (by county) and how the number has grown over time. 

Where is the coronavirus in Pennsylvania?

Hover over or click on a county to see the number of cases. This will be updated with recoveries and deaths as applicable. All data from the state Department of Health’s figures.   

How has the number of Pa. coronavirus cases grown over time? 

The number is the final tally of total positive cases reported by the state Department of Health that day. 

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How has testing increased in Pa.?

The follow graph shows how much increased testing for the coronavirus has led to more confirmed cases. The negative tests and positive tests represent the total to-date. 

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