Curry County reports one new case of COVID-19

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The death toll now stands at 1,666.

The total number of recoveries have jumped to 15,83,489 on Tuesday with 47,746 Covid-19 patients getting discharged in the last 24 hours.

Of the 30 reported deaths, 29 are listed as confirmed COVID-19 deaths and one is listed as probable.

With its latest tally of cases, Pennsylvania's total of covid-19 cases stands at 120,281.

The Mineral County Health Department announced on Monday that the county has its first two confirmed COVID-19 cases. Of those, 118 COVID-19 tests have been confirmed positive, 4,932 tests confirmed negative, 99 of the previously reported confirmed cases have been removed from isolation, 16 cases remain active and three individuals have resulted in death due to complications related to COVID-19.

Gas increase pushes up consumer prices in July
Economists polled by Reuters had forecast the PPI would rise 0.3% in July and decrease 0.7% on a year-on-year basis. The cost of visits to doctors increased 0.7% and prices for hospital services rose 0.2%.

As of today, the county's total is 17.

Henry said there were two new outbreaks in health-care facilities - at the George Derby Manor (Burnaby) and New Vista Care Centre (Burnaby) - and no new community outbreaks.

Since July 1, Dallas County is reporting 2,833 children under 18 have contracted COVID-19, including 65 of whom have been hospitalized. 13,152 COVID patients have been released from hospitals in Virginia since the beginning of the pandemic. Tuesday's high volume of new cases - a high mark for the county - represented more than a 12% increase from Monday.

CNN Health reports that numbers for Pennsylvania's neighboring states are as follows: Maryland had the 19th-most reported cases with 96,258; West Virginia is 44th with 7,757; OH had the 15th-most with 100,848; New Jersey the eighth-most with 185,031, and DE had the 41st-most with 15,634.

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