Clinton, Centre counties add two cases of COVID-19
Clinton and Centre counties added two new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Clinton County’s total now stands at 97 positive cases, while Centre County sits at 243. Centre has added 42 cases in just two weeks.
Statewide, the Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 577 new positives on Sunday, increasing Pennsylvania’s total to 95,266. A total of 829,018 patients in Pennsylvania have tested negative, an increase of 11,384 since Saturday.
There have been many patients who have recoverd from COVID-19. In fact, an estimated 77 percent of COVID-19 patients in the Commonwealth — about 73,355 — have recovered, according to a DOH calculation.
The health department also reported seven new deaths attributed to the virus statewide, bringing Pennsylvania’s total to 6,904.
In Clinton County, the health department has reported a total of four COVID-19 deaths. In Centre County, there have been a total of eight COVID-19 deaths.
A total of 1,787 Clinton County residents have tested negative — an increase of 32 since Saturday.
Across the state, 652 COVID-19 patients are hospitalized, with 91 requiring use of a ventilator as of noon on Sunday.
Among Pennsylvania’s total cases, 92,552 are confirmed and 2,714 are probable.
In nearby counties, numbers are climbing, although slightly. The counties look like this: Lycoming County (242), Blair (104), Union (99), Clearfield (90), Mifflin (72), Potter (18) and Cameron (four).
For more information about the COVID-19 pandemic, visit www.health.pa.gov.