Two new COVID-19 cases reported in Clinton
938 new cases of virus in Pa. brings total to 59,636
Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Clinton County Tuesday afternoon increasing the total to 43 cases, the Pennsylvania Department of Health reported.
So far 383 people in the county have tested negative for the virus and no deaths have been reported.
Centre County reports two more deaths, bringing the total to six. Centre County now has 128 total positives with 1,368 testing negative.
Lycoming County reports a total of seven deaths, all of which occurred in a personal care home. The county’s total number of positives remains the same at 139 with 1,565 negatives reported.
One death is reported in nearby Tioga County, with a total of 16 cases within the area and 397 negatives.
Throughout the Commonwealth, 938 additional cases were reported bumping the total up to 59,636 cases, the department reported.
4,218 deaths related to the coronavirus were reported. 251,559 people have tested negative to the virus.
Other counties surrounding Clinton continue to report two or more cases.
Two cases are reported in Cameron with 84 testing negative; four cases were reported in Potter with 108 testing negative; Clearfield County has 33 cases with 701 testing negative. Union County has one death with 43 positive cases and 699 people testing negative.
In terms of personal care homes Clinton County has no reported cases of the virus.
Sixteen resident and 11 employee positives are reported in three personal care homes with four deaths reported in Centre.
In Lycoming 67 resident and 12 employee cases in three personal care homes are reported with eight deaths – which disputes the county’s overall death total of 7 – are also listed on the department’s website.