The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 2,510 new positive cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, bringing a total of 208,027 cases across the state.
This is the third-highest number of new cases recorded in a single day, and more than 2,000 new cases were recorded in Pennsylvania on the eighth day of this month. This continues the highest total daily growth trend since the pandemic began.
The number of tests conducted in the last 7 days from October 24 to October 30 was 257,367, of which 14,938 were positive cases. As of 10 pm on October 30, 45,416 test results have been reported to the department.
COVID-19 caused 8,812 deaths, and 28 new deaths were reported today. So far, 2,314,634 people have tested negative.
There are 26,149 cases of COVID-19 in nursing and personal care homes, 5,653 among employees, and 31,802 in 1,070 different institutions in the United States. 63 counties.
The majority of hospitalized patients are over 65 years of age, and most deaths occur in patients over 65 years of age.
According to data from the Ministry of Health, 3,403 people tested positive for the viral antigen and are considered probable cases, and 647 people tested positive for serology and had COVID-19 symptoms or high-risk exposure.
The age breakdown of people who tested positive for coronavirus is as follows:
- 0-4 years old: about 1%
- 5-12 years old: about 2%
- 13-18 years old: about 5%
- 19-24 years old: about 14%
- 25-49 years old: about 36%
- 50-64 years old: about 21%
- People over 65: nearly 21%
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