Clinton remains steady; Centre up 12 COVID-19 cases
Clinton County county didn’t add new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Since the outbreak first began there have been 160 total cases of COVID-19 in the county. Of those 143 are confirmed and 17 are probable. So far 3,681 people have tested negative to the virus.
Centre County saw an increase of 12 cases with 638 confirmed and 48 probable, the department said.
Lycoming County added three new cases with 531 confirmed and 32 probable, the department of health said.
Statewide, 496 new cases were reported, increasing the total to 140,359 since the outbreak first began.
The Department of Health reported 7,791 deaths on Tuesday an increase of 11 from the previous day. In Clinton County, there have been five confirmed deaths. The health department has reported 11 deaths for Centre County and 23 in Lycoming County.
An estimated 81 percent of patients – about 113,690 people – with the virus have recovered, according to the department.
A total of 1,614,717 patients in Pennsylvania have tested negative for COVID-19.
Individual county data for Pennsylvania is available at the Department of Health website.
According to Lock Haven University’s COVID-19 dashboard there are a total of 58 positive cases. A total of 1,033 students and staff were tested with 975 coming back negative. Their positivity rate stands at 5.6 percent. The university has suspended in person instruction for two weeks, beginning last week.