Coronavirus in Western Pa.: Over 5,200 cases in 14 counties, according to PA Dept. of Health

9 — KELLY: WE START WITH THIS, ANOTHER RECORD-BREAKING DAY OF CORONAVIRUS. ANOTHER 110 CASES OF COVID-19 REPORTED BY THE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT. THAT BRINGS THE TOTAL, TO 2,870. COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY THE PATIENTS IN THE NEWEST REPORT TODAY RANGE IN AGE FROM FOUR MONTHS OLD TO 85 YEARS OLD AND THAT THE MED

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Coronavirus in Western Pa.: Over 5,200 cases in 14 counties, according to PA Dept. of Health

There are now over 5,200 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 2,870 positive cases55,605 negative tests187 deathsArmstrong76 positive cases 2,166 negative tests6 deathsBeaver 678 positive cases6,260 negative tests 78 deathsButler311 positive cases 6,864 negative tests13 deathsClarion35 positive cases999 negative tests2 deathsFayette 117 positive cases4,921 negative tests4 deathsForest7 positive cases246 negative tests Greene41 positive cases1,252 negative tests Indiana111 positive cases2,966 negative tests6 deathsLawrence103 positive cases2,693 negative tests9 deathsMercer140 positive cases4,217 negative tests6 deathsVenango19 positive cases1,200 negative testsWashington 230 positive cases7,823 negative tests6 deathsWestmoreland675 positive cases17,698 negative tests38 deathsClick the link below to view a statewide map with county-by-county details. The Allegheny County Health Department announced Wednesday that there are 2,870 confirmed or probable cases — up 110 since Tuesday. The county also reported 397 past or present hospitalizations.To date, there have been 187 COVID-19 deaths in Allegheny County, according to the county’s health department. One additional death was announced Wednesday. County officials said the newest cases range in age from 4 months to 85 years with the median age being 29. 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 5,200 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
    • 2,870 positive cases
    • 55,605 negative tests
    • 187 deaths
  • Armstrong
    • 76 positive cases
    • 2,166 negative tests
    • 6 deaths
  • Beaver
    • 678 positive cases
    • 6,260 negative tests
    • 78 deaths
  • Butler
    • 311 positive cases
    • 6,864 negative tests
    • 13 deaths
  • Clarion
    • 35 positive cases
    • 999 negative tests
    • 2 deaths
  • Fayette
    • 117 positive cases
    • 4,921 negative tests
    • 4 deaths
  • Forest
    • 7 positive cases
    • 246 negative tests
  • Greene
    • 41 positive cases
    • 1,252 negative tests
  • Indiana
    • 111 positive cases
    • 2,966 negative tests
    • 6 deaths
  • Lawrence
    • 103 positive cases
    • 2,693 negative tests
    • 9 deaths
  • Mercer
    • 140 positive cases
    • 4,217 negative tests
    • 6 deaths
  • Venango
    • 19 positive cases
    • 1,200 negative tests
  • Washington
    • 230 positive cases
    • 7,823 negative tests
    • 6 deaths
  • Westmoreland
    • 675 positive cases
    • 17,698 negative tests
    • 38 deaths

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

The Allegheny County Health Department announced Wednesday that there are 2,870 confirmed or probable cases — up 110 since Tuesday. The county also reported 397 past or present hospitalizations.

To date, there have been 187 COVID-19 deaths in Allegheny County, according to the county’s health department. One additional death was announced Wednesday.

County officials said the newest cases range in age from 4 months to 85 years with the median age being 29.

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.