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COVID Cases – 1,035 (+26)

This number includes 1,019 confirmed and 16 probable cases. A case is probable when the person displays symptoms of COVID-19 and has had close contact with a confirmed positive case but has not had a test themselves. We are including probable cases to better assess the level of community spread. Further breakdown of the cases will be available on the dashboard this coming week.

The ages, as well as the percentage of cases represented, of those in the county with COVID-19 are listed below.
00-04 – 2 (less than 1%)
05-12 – 4 (less than 1%)

COVID Cases – 1,009 (+62)

The increase in cases reported today is due to a few factors. This includes:

1) laboratories adding results to the system in batches reflecting tests conducted over several days;

Confirmed cases – 947 (+22)

The ages, as well as the percentage of cases represented, of those in the county who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below.
00-04 – 2 (less than 1%)
05-12 – 4 (less than 1%)
13-18 – 10 (1%)
19-24 – 74 (8%)
25-49 – 351 (37%)
50-64 – 264 (28%)
65 + -- 242 (26%)

The gender of those with COVID-19 are listed below:
Female – 500 (53%)
Male – 447 (47%)

Of the 947 cases, there are 176 past or present hospitalizations (+14).

Confirmed cases – 925 (+21)

The ages, as well as the percentage of cases represented, of those in the county who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below.
00-04 – 2 (less than 1%)
05-12 – 4 (less than 1%)
13-18 – 10 (1%)
19-24 –73 (8%)
25-49 – 348 (38%)
50-64 – 257 (28%)
65 + -- 231 (25%)

The gender of those who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below:
Female – 487 (53%)
Male – 438 (48%)

Of the 925 cases, there are 162 past or present hospitalizations (+16).

Governor Tom Wolf announced today that Dr. Rachel Levine, under her authority as Secretary of the Department of Health to take any disease control measure appropriate to protect the public from the spread of infectious disease, signed an order directing protections for critical workers who are employed at businesses that are authorized to maintain in-person operations during the COVID-19 disaster emergency.

To best determine how we can help one another, the Keystone Oaks School District has created a community support hub. This is a place where families can come to seek help or to offer assistance to others. Whether you need food, supplies, personal connections, or other types of assistance, KOSD would like to help by connecting you with someone in the community who can offer you support. 

Please check out their link here: https://www.kosd.org/CommunityAssistanceProgram.aspx

Confirmed cases – 904 (+11)

The ages, as well as the percentage of cases represented, of those in the county who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below.
00-04 – 2 (less than 1%)
05-12 – 4 (less than 1%)
13-18 – 10 (1%)
19-24 –72 (8%)
25-49 – 344 (38%)
50-64 – 250 (28%)
65 + -- 222 (25%)

The gender of those who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below:
Female – 475 (53%)
Male – 429 (48%)

Of the 904 cases, there are 146 past or present hospitalizations (+4).

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