On Saturday, Allegheny County recorded 313 new coronavirus cases, as the number of cases has increased relatively and hospitalization has increased significantly.
According to the Allegheny County Department of Health, there have not been 500 cases reported in the past six weeks, and the county has not reported any 1,000 cases in the past eight weeks.
There were 264 cases on average in 7 days, an increase of 31 cases over the previous week.
On Saturday, 11 deaths related to Corvides were reported, bringing the county̵
This is 40 more deaths than the same period last week. 46 cases were added two weeks ago. Thursday’s figure includes 24 deaths, which is the highest on record since that week.
The death report date for Saturday is February 14 to March. There was a man when he was 60 years old. There were 4 people at the age of 70; 5 people at the age of 80; one person in a long-term care facility caused three deaths in the 1990s.
According to the county health department, 76,449 cases of covid-19 have been collected in the county since the pandemic last March.
Among the new cases, 241 have been confirmed and 72 have been classified as possible. Health officials define a possible situation as: the patient’s virus antigen test is positive or the symptoms are “high risk” obvious symptoms with those who have been diagnosed with the coronavirus.
From February 12 to Friday, the most recent batch of samples containing 1,302 tests was collected. Officials said 121 of these tests have been conducted for more than a week.
The positive rate of the test is about 18.5%. The age of the cases ranged from 10 months to 91 years, with a median age of 34 years.
Ten new hospitalizations were reported. Officials said that since the virus was first reported in Allegheny County on March 14, 5,103 people have been hospitalized, an increase of 354 from the same period last week. Of these, 914 were admitted to the intensive care unit.
Since the second day of February, Allegheny County has reported 7,081 cases of covid-19, an average of 263 cases per day, which is about the same as last week, but 18 fewer cases per day than two weeks ago.
15,559 cases were reported last month, an average of 502 cases per day.
Throughout December, the county accumulated 25,405 new cases. This accounts for approximately 34% of Allegheny County cases. An average of 820 times per day.
In November, officials recorded 12,608 new cases. The number in December has more than doubled.
Throughout October, a total of 3,448 new cases of the virus were detected in the county, an increase of 72% from September (2001 cases).
According to the Allegheny County covid website, officials estimate that more than 71,500 people have recovered from the virus.
The website counts people who have recovered based on one of two conditions: 32 days have passed since the person was hospitalized and survived due to covid-19; if they were not hospitalized, it has been 14 days since the test was positive.
Samson X Horne is a digital producer of reviews for the Tribune. You can contact Samson via email@example.com at 412-320-7845 or via Twitter.
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