Update: 4/9/2020 12:00 PM
The Pennsylvania Dept. of Health shared updated COVID-19 numbers for the state. As of this morning, there are an additional 1,989 positive cases. That brings the total count in PA to 18,228. There have been 338 deaths statewide.
87,374 patients have bested negative. You can see the updated statewide map, HERE.
Breakdown of cases in Western Pennsylvania:
- Allegheny: 759 cases with 12 deaths
- Fayette: 45 cases with 1 death
- Washington: 63
- Beaver: 129 cases with 13 deaths
- Butler: 113 cases with 2 deaths
- Lawrence: 37 cases with 2 deaths
- Westmoreland: 190 cases with 1 death
- Mercer: 30
- Greene: 21
- Armstrong: 20
- Indiana: 21
- Venango: 5
- Clarion: 8
- Forest: 5
Original Article: 4/9/2020 11:28 AM
Allegheny County Health Department released their daily update for COVID-19 cases in the area. As of this morning, there are now 759 positive cases in the county. 117 of those cases (past or present) have required hospitalization. There have been twelve deaths.
An interactive map of case locations is available HERE.
Breakdown of cases by age group:
- 0-4 years: 2
- 5-12 years: 4
- 13-18 years: 9
- 19-24 years: 61
- 25-49 years: 206
- 50-64 years: 215
- 65+ years: 162
"The county has launched a COVID-19 Dashboard. Additional demographic information is available by going to www.alleghenycounty.us/coronavirus. It is updated each day by noon and also shares the information in different ways, including provided confirmed case information in different age groupings."