Pennsylvania adds over 3000 covid cases in past 2 days

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And the test positivity rate is also up (3.9%) during the latest 14 day period.

And Monday's numbers are above the 21-day rolling average of 1,917 cases.

Of the overall total, 1,310 people have recovered or are recovering, 128 have been hospitalized at some point during their illness and 23 have died, including a woman in her 70s on Friday.

Between the two days, the average number of new confirmed cases is 1,940 per day, the state said. In many states around the country, cases continue to soar and hospitals are straining to keep up.

Among 1,049 nursing and personal care homes in Pennsylvania, there have been 25,486 resident cases of covid-19, with 5,522 cases among employees.

On Friday, health officials said OR is on track to reach hospital capacity by middle OR late December if nothing changes.

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He added: "At no time before, during, or after the interview was I ever inappropriate. If Sacha Baron Cohen implies in any other case he's a stone-cold liar".

"People need to understand that we're playing this game, and it's a real one, with the virus and the economy at the same time", Baker said May 18. The seven-day average of new cases has remained above 2,000 for the past eight days, with Sunday's at 2,010.

The seven-day average positive test rate was 9.4% (down from 16.6% at the start of May), there were 2,396 people with COVID-19 hospitalized (including 647 in an ICU), and almost 100 people were dying with COVID-19 each day.

The 655th death was a 96-year-old woman in Washington County with underlying conditions who tested positive October 9 and died October 23 in her residence. Among Sunday's cases, 1,567 were confirmed, 99 probable.

Who got infected: State officials had not disclosed detailed data since Friday.

The number of people who have died with the coronavirus increased by 11 from Sunday's report to 5,217. The median age for death is 80. This includes 408 people in intensive-care units and 216 people on ventilators. After Massachusetts no longer met its own criteria for a travel exemption, DPH changed how it determined which travelers can come to the Bay State without quarantining or producing a negative test result.

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