Clinton County adds one new COVID-19 case
Clinton County added one new case of COVID-19 on Tuesday, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Clinton County has 62 cases with 52 confirmed and 9 probable,the department said this afternoon.
Centre County saw a decrease in their number of cases from 155 to 148 according the department’s numbers.
Nearby Lycoming County also saw a decrease in the number of cases from 166 to 164 positives since the outbreak first began.
Throughout the state, there are now a total of 76,436 cases, with 493 new positives reported on Wednesday.
The Department of Health also added 61 new COVID-19 deaths to the statewide count on Tuesday, bringing the total to 6,014. In Clinton County, there have been three confirmed deaths. The health department has reported seven deaths for Centre County and 17 in Lycoming.
An estimated 71 percent of patients with the virus — or about 54,269 Pennsylvanians — have recovered, according to the health department.
In other nearby counties, Huntingdon now has 236 cases, Union has 74, Perry has 68, Mifflin has 59, Blair has 53, Clearfield has 48 and Cameron has 2.
A total of 451,387 patients in Pennsylvania have tested negative for COVID-19.
Individual county data for Pennsylvania is available at the Department of Health website.