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Coronavirus in Pennsylvania

PA Now at 12 Positive Coronavirus Cases

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On Tuesday, Pennsylvania health officials confirmed the 11th and 12th presumed positive case of coronavirus in the Commonwealth.

The 11th person is from Montgomery County, an adult, and is reported hospitalized in Philadelphia from symptoms of COVID-19 coronavirus. This makes them the 8th person from Montgomery County that’s been state-tested positive for COVID-19 coronavirus. They’re also the third in the county to be hospitalized. One remains in critical condition.

UPDATE: At 3 p.m. Tuesday, Philadephia Mayor Jim Kenney announced the first positive case of COVID-19 coronavirus in Philadelphia County. That’s the 12th presumed positive case of coronavirus in Pennsylvania.

Coronavirus in Pennsylvania

DateCOVID-19 + cases
March 62
March 72
March 82
March 94
March 102
March 114
March 126
March 1319
Reported positive cases of COVID-19 coronavirus in Pennsylvania by day

At a press briefing in Harrisburg on Tuesday afternoon, Pennsylvania Health Secretary Rachel Levine said the patient confirmed yesterday from Monroe County was released from the hospital and in self-isolation at home.

She said the latest positive patient from Montgomery County had close contact with another person who is a presumed positive case of COVID-19 coronavirus.

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Pennsylvania Now at 12 Coronavirus Cases

State tests still must be confirmed by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Officials have indicated there’s no reason to believe their presumed positive cases won’t be confirmed by federal officials, too.

Based on questions fielded at Tuesday’s daily briefing from health officials, rumors are circulating around Pennsylvania about other potential cases of COVID-19 coronavirus. However, Levine did not confirm any of those reports.

The first presumed positive case in Pennsylvania was reported on March 6.

Coronavirus in Pennsylvania

County breakdown of positive cases of COVID-19 coronavirus in Pennsylvania (as of March 19, 12:00 a.m.)
PennsylvaniaPositive cases First reported
Montgomery42March 7, 2020
Philadelphia17March 10, 2020
Delaware14March 6, 2020
Allegheny11March 14, 2020
Cumberland10March 13, 2020
Bucks9March 11, 2020
Chester9March 13, 2020
Monroe7March 9, 2020
Beaver2March 17, 2020
Pike2March 12, 2020
Washington2March 13, 2020
York2March 18, 2020
Berks1March 18, 2020
Lackawanna1March 18, 2020
Lehigh1March 15, 2020
Luzerne1March 15, 2020
Northampton1March 12, 2020
Wayne1March 6, 2020

** Table results above contain dynamic content. Figures may change and not reflect other information in this article. **


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