Clinton County adds a record 36 cases of COVID-19
Clinton County added a one-day record of 36 cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday. Its total now stands at 589.
Meanwhile, Centre County added 93 cases. Its total stands at 5,968. Coroner Scott Sayers reports 16 more COVID-19 deaths since Nov. 17. The deaths range in age from 67 to 99. Centre County’s death toll now stands at 48, according to Sayers.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health added 6,759 additional positive cases of COVID-19. That brings the statewide total to 327,829. Pennsylvania saw 144 of its residents die from COVID-19. That marks the highest one-day total for deaths. Since the start of the pandemic, a total of 10,095 Pennsylvanians have died.
As far as negative tests are concerned, Centre County added 1,677 new negative tests. It has had a total of 46,010 negative tests. Clinton County added 53 negative tests. It has had a total of 6,050 negative tests.
Lycoming County added 47 cases. Its total now stands at 1,840. In other nearby counties, the numbers look like this: Cambria (3,654), Blair (3,623), Union (1,456), Clearfield (1,368), Potter (177) and Cameron (23).
For more information about COVID-19 or to take a closer look at the numbers, visit health.pa.gov.