The Pennsylvania Dept. of Health announced 6 more cases of COVID-19 in Schuylkill County on Sept. 7.
That brings the county’s cumulative total of confirmed COVID-19 cases to 981 since the start of the pandemic. There are a total of 34 cases state health regulators consider “probable” as well.
We’re using data available to the public on the COVID-19 County Data Dashboard. These figures were last updated on Sept. 7 at noon.
No new deaths have been reported from Schuylkill County COVID patients since Aug. 5. A total of 51 people have died in Schuylkill County after contracting COVID-19.
6 More Cases of COVID-19 in Schuylkill County – Cumulative Confirmed Total at 981
Here’s an important milestone for Schuylkill County and its dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. No one is currently being hospitalized as a result of COVID-19. Two days ago, we noted that just 1 person had been hospitalized but wasn’t on a ventilator.
Since the death toll didn’t increase, that likely means the person has been released from the hospital.
Statewide, there are 496 Pennsylvanians hospitalized with COVID-19. And 57 of them are on ventilators.
Overall, the daily case totals reported from Schuylkill County are low. Here is a look at the number of cases in Schuylkill County over the last 14 days:
|Total (14 days)||45|
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