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Coronavirus in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Up to 16 Positive Coronavirus Cases

coronavirus in pennsylvania

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Four more cases of COVID-19 coronavirus were diagnosed in Pennsylvania on Wednesday. That brings the statewide total to 16.

The first 2 cases in Bucks County were diagnosed. Another case each in Montgomery and Monroe counties were also added to the statewide tally.

In addition to the 4 added cases, the state Dept. of Health says the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed two of Pennsylvania’s cases: one each in Monroe and Delaware counties.

All other cases remain “presumed” positive. Here’s a county-by-county breakdown of the presumed positive or confirmed cases of COVID-19 coronavirus in Pennsylvania.

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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

The 4 cases of coronavirus diagnosed on Wednesday represent the most in a single day 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

Pennsylvania Coronavirus Cases Now at 16

At a press briefing on Wednesday afternoon, Health Sect. Rachel Levine said in addition to the Pennsylvania residents with COVID-19 coronavirus, there is an out-of-state patient hospitalized in Montgomery County.

“We want to continue to be transparent and so have more data for you today,” Levine said in a statement Wednesday. “To date, there have been 173 Pennsylvanians identified for testing; 100 of those have tested negative for COVID-19; 14 have tested presumptive positives; two have been confirmed positive by the CDC; and 57 tests are pending.”


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