Pa. Reports 2,219 new coronovirus cases, its largest one-day ever

The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 2,219 new positive cases of coronavirus on Friday, a statewide total of 190,579. This is the 18th consecutive day that more than 1,000 new cases have been reported, and confirmed by the department to be the largest number of reports reported in a single day.

There are currently 1,068 hospitals for coronovirus, a number that is double what was reported a month earlier.

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The number of tests conducted within the last seven days between October 16 and October 22 is 235,737 with 10,840 positive cases. Through October 10, October 22, 39,757 test results were reported to the department.

The Department of Health has stated that it is seeing an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases among the under-aged, especially among 19 to 24-year-olds, noting that 50 to 64 age-old cases There are more cases than class. Well those 65 and older.

In nursing and personal care homes, there are 25,122 resident cases of COVID-19, and 5,455 cases among employees, in a total of 30,577 in 1,039 separate facilities 62 counties. Of the total deaths, 5,699 residents have been cared for in nursing or personal care facilities. Additionally, a total of approximately 11,906 cases are among health care workers.

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There are 2,273 individuals who have a positive viral antigen test and potential cases and 648 individuals who have positive sequential testing and COVID-19 symptoms or high-risk exposure.

There have been a total of 8,625 deaths for COVID-19, a recent increase of 33 new deaths. To date more than 2,200,868 patients have tested negative.

The breakdown of age of those who tested positive for coronavirus is as follows:

  • Era 0-4: About 1 percent
  • Age 5-12: Around 2 percent
  • Ages 13-18: About 5 percent
  • Ages 19-24: About 14 percent
  • Era 25-49: About 36 percent
  • Age 50-64: About 21 percent
  • Age 65+: About 21 percent

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