Since mid-January, there have been new symbiotic cases in Allegheny County and Westmoreland County on Saturday.
Allegheny County (Allegheny County) added 653 cases, the highest record since 670 cases were added on January 13, while Westmoreland’s 214 cases were since 277 cases on the same day in January. The highest record.
The 5,343 new coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania are the highest level since January 29, when 9,643 were reported. The state total on Saturday may be even higher because the Philadelphia case data has not been updated.
Allegheny’s new case brought the county’s total to 87,101, second only to Philadelphia and the second highest in the state.
Westmoreland climbed to 29,609, and Pennsylvania climbed to 1
Allegheny’s new cases (653) are still significantly higher than its 7-day average of 412 new cases per day.
Westmoreland’s 7-day average increased to 120, and Pennsylvania increased to 4,171.
Allegheny State has the most cases with 653, followed by Montgomery (372), Bucks (364), Burks (334) and Lancaster (249). Philadelphia is the most populous county in the state and is usually the state with the highest number of new cases. No new data was reported on Saturday.
In the area, Washington is also with Allegheny and Westmoreland, and there are more than 100 cases.
The following are the totals for the region (changes from Friday):
• Armstrong: 5,224 (+17)
• Beaver: 13,383 (+68)
• Butler: 15,451 (+80)
• Fayette: 11,352 (+73)
• Indiana: 5,416 (+20)
• Somerset County: 7,013 (+30)
• Washington: 15,345 (+102)
The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported more than 40 deaths on Saturday, including deaths on April 4 and 36 deaths in March. The state’s total rose to 25,188.
The total number of deaths at the Allegheny County Health Department increased to 1,792, an increase of 2 people. Both deaths occurred in March, and one of them was related to a long-term care facility. The state health department added one more death in Allegheny County, bringing the total death toll in the state to 1,821. The differences between the health departments are due to different reporting methods.
The total number of deaths in Westmoreland increased to 707, an increase of 1 person.
In the area, Fayette, Indiana and Washington also added one more death.
In the state, the number of Covid hospitalizations increased slightly, increasing by 16 people to 2,187. There are 422 covid patients in intensive care units across the state, of which 207 are on ventilators.
The number of hospitalizations in Allegheny County increased by 6 to 239, of which 64 were in the ICU and 22 were on the ventilator.
In Westmoreland, hospitalization remained stable at 22 patients, of which 4 were in the ICU and 2 required ventilators.
The state health department has not yet explained the data error, and the hospitalization in Westmoreland County suddenly dropped from 117 on March 17 to 26 on March 18.
According to data from the State Department of Health and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, more than 2.2 million people across the state received full vaccination.
232,245 people in Allegheny County received the full vaccination process, accounting for approximately 19% of the total population. Another 217,166 people in the county have been partially vaccinated.
In Westmoreland County, more than 60,000 people are fully vaccinated, which is 16.6% of the county. More than 50,000 people have received the first of two photos.
Mike Palm (Mike Palm) is the digital producer of the Tribune Review. You can contact Mike at 412-380-5674 or email@example.com.
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