Coronavirus in Western Pa.: Over 3,900 cases in 14 counties, according to PA Dept. of Health

THAT WILL STAY IN GOVERNOR TOM WOLF’S YELLOW PHASE. SOME UP-TO-THE-MINUTE INFORMATION, THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT IS NOW REPORTING 13 ADDITIONAL COVID-19-RELATED DEATHS TODAY. THAT TAKES THE COUNTY TOTAL TO 165. TOTAL NUMBER OF

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Coronavirus in Western Pa.: Over 3,900 cases in 14 counties, according to PA Dept. of Health

There are now over 3,900 confirmed coronavirus cases in the Western Pennsylvania area.According to the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s latest numbers, here is the breakdown in Western Pennsylvania counties:Allegheny 1,973 positive cases33,692 negative tests165 deaths reported by county; 168 reported by stateArmstrong64 positive cases 1,394 negative tests5 deathsBeaver 598 positive cases4,095 negative tests 74 deathsButler239 positive cases 4,028 negative tests12 deathsClarion27 positive cases719 negative tests2 deathsFayette 95 positive cases3,594 negative tests4 deathsForest7 positive cases92 negative tests Greene27 positive cases855 negative tests Indiana91 positive cases1,528 negative tests5 deathsLawrence82 positive cases1,536 negative tests8 deathsMercer110 positive cases1,886 negative tests6 deathsVenango15 positive cases628 negative testsWashington 141 positive cases4,889 negative tests 6 deathsWestmoreland456 positive cases10,955 negative tests38 deathsClick the link below to view a statewide map with county-by-county details. Health Department officials in Allegheny County announced Friday that there are 1,973 confirmed or probable cases, and 349 past or present hospitalizations. That is an increase of 8 cases since Thursday. To date, there have been 168 COVID-19 deaths in Allegheny County, according to the county’s health department. Three new deaths were reported on Friday. “The state, as is done by the CDC, is identifying deaths by county of residence. For individuals in long-term care facilities, their residence may be a legal residence where they lived prior to going to the long-term care facility. With Allegheny County having a large population, this could help explain the difference,” said Nate Wardle, a spokesman for the state health department.Watch Allegheny County’s weekly COVID-19 news conference in the video player above. Allegheny County released an interactive map that shows which municipalities in the county have confirmed cases, and how many cases each municipality has. Click here to view the map.Additional demographic information is available on the Allegheny County Health Department’s website.A map from the Pennsylvania Department of Health is available HERE.Get the latest local and national coronavirus headlines in our newsletter:The Allegheny County Health Department has partnered with United Way 211 to offer a 24/7 hotline. Please call 888-856-2774 to speak with a representative.

There are now over 3,900 confirmed coronavirus cases in the Western Pennsylvania area.

According to the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s latest numbers, here is the breakdown in Western Pennsylvania counties:

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  • Allegheny
    • 1,973 positive cases
    • 33,692 negative tests
    • 165 deaths reported by county; 168 reported by state
  • Armstrong
    • 64 positive cases
    • 1,394 negative tests
    • 5 deaths
  • Beaver
    • 598 positive cases
    • 4,095 negative tests
    • 74 deaths
  • Butler
    • 239 positive cases
    • 4,028 negative tests
    • 12 deaths
  • Clarion
    • 27 positive cases
    • 719 negative tests
    • 2 deaths
  • Fayette
    • 95 positive cases
    • 3,594 negative tests
    • 4 deaths
  • Forest
    • 7 positive cases
    • 92 negative tests
  • Greene
    • 27 positive cases
    • 855 negative tests
  • Indiana
    • 91 positive cases
    • 1,528 negative tests
    • 5 deaths
  • Lawrence
    • 82 positive cases
    • 1,536 negative tests
    • 8 deaths
  • Mercer
    • 110 positive cases
    • 1,886 negative tests
    • 6 deaths
  • Venango
    • 15 positive cases
    • 628 negative tests
  • Washington
    • 141 positive cases
    • 4,889 negative tests
    • 6 deaths
  • Westmoreland
    • 456 positive cases
    • 10,955 negative tests
    • 38 deaths

Click the link below to view a statewide map with county-by-county details.

Health Department officials in Allegheny County announced Friday that there are 1,973 confirmed or probable cases, and 349 past or present hospitalizations. That is an increase of 8 cases since Thursday.

To date, there have been 168 COVID-19 deaths in Allegheny County, according to the county’s health department. Three new deaths were reported on Friday.

“The state, as is done by the CDC, is identifying deaths by county of residence. For individuals in long-term care facilities, their residence may be a legal residence where they lived prior to going to the long-term care facility. With Allegheny County having a large population, this could help explain the difference,” said Nate Wardle, a spokesman for the state health department.

Watch Allegheny County’s weekly COVID-19 news conference in the video player above.

Allegheny County released an interactive map that shows which municipalities in the county have confirmed cases, and how many cases each municipality has. Click here to view the map.

Additional demographic information is available on the Allegheny County Health Department’s website.

A map from the Pennsylvania Department of Health is available HERE.

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The Allegheny County Health Department has partnered with United Way 211 to offer a 24/7 hotline. Please call 888-856-2774 to speak with a representative.