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Confirmed cases – 419
Hospitalization (past or present) – 70
Deaths – 2

This number reflects 63 additional confirmed cases. The ages and genders of those in the county who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below. A map which shows where residents with confirmed COVID-10 live is available at bit.ly/ACHDcovid-19. The department is working on making other information available publicly.

Ages—Number confirmed (percentage—all percents rounded)

00-04 – 2 (less than 1%)
05-12 – 2 (less than 1%)
13-18 – 6 (1%)
19-24 – 38 (9%)
25-49 – 182 (43%)

This is the COVID-19 Daily Update from the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) for April 1, 2020:

Confirmed cases – 356
Hospitalization (past or present) – 61
Deaths – 2

The ages and genders of those in the county who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below. A map which shows where residents with confirmed COVID-10 live is available at bit.ly/ACHDcovid-19. The department is working on making other information available publicly.

Ages—Number confirmed (percentage—all percents rounded)

00-04 – 1 (less than 1%)

This is the COVID-19 Daily Update from the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) for March 31, 2020:

Confirmed cases – 325
Hospitalization (past or present) – 51
Deaths – 2

The ages and genders of those in the county who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below. A map which shows where individuals with confirmed COVID-10 reside is available at bit.ly/ACHDcovid-19. The department is working on making other information available publicly.

Ages—Number confirmed (percentage—all percents rounded)

00-04 – 1 (less than 1%)
05-12 – 1 (less than 1%)

As of this afternoon, there are 693 new cases in Pennsylvania, for a total of 4087 positive cases in 59 Counties.

There have been 48 deaths in Pa.

As difficult as this may be, especially as the weather improves, please continue to bear with us to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Stay out of our parks (except to use the walking trails, and even then use distancing to stay safe).

Do not visit friends or family unless it is absolutely necessary.

This is the COVID-19 Daily Update from the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) for March 29, 2020:

Confirmed cases – 265
Hospitalization (past or present) – 35
Deaths – 2

The ages and genders of those in the county who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below. A map which shows where residents testing positive live is available at bit.ly/ACHDcovid-19. The department is working on making other information available publicly.

Ages—Number tested positive (percentage—all percents rounded)

Dear Residents and Visitors to the Castle Shannon Police website,

Good morning.

On this Sunday morning, we offer a week in review of Borough activities in response to COVID-19:

On Monday March 23-Mayor Baumgarten joined 41 other communities at that time in Declaring a Health Emergency in the Borough of Castle Shannon.

Thursday March 26-  Borough Council launched a yard sign campaign to drive home the message. STAY HOME. SAVE LIVES. CASTLE SHANNON CARES. 100 yard signs were distributed over two days.

CSPD and DPW are assessing damage from the thunderstorm and CSVFD is standing by.

The primary issue is flash flooding and debris blocking storm drains.

We are out here for you. Stay home for us.
If you have an emergency dial 9-1-1

Stay Home Save Lives. Castle Shannon Cares.

This is a message from Allegheny Alerts.

The Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) confirms the following number of cases in Allegheny County as of 11 AM on 3/28/2020:

Positive cases – 219
Hospitalization (past or present) – 31
Deaths – 2

The ages and genders of those in the county who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below. A map which shows where residents testing positive live is available at bit.ly/ACHDcovid-19.

Ages—Number tested positive (percentage—all percents rounded)

The Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) confirms the following number of cases in Allegheny County as of 11 AM on 3/27/2020:

Positive cases – 158
Hospitalization (past or present) – 25
Deaths – 2

The ages and genders of those in the county who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below. More detailed information will be provided on bit.ly/ACHDcovid-19 in the next few days.

Ages—Number tested positive (percentage—all percents rounded)

00-04 – 1 (less than 1%)
05-12 – 1 (less than 1%)
13-18 – 3 (less than 1%)
19-24 – 22 (2%)

After closing the playgrounds at Borough parks earlier this week, Borough officials find it necessary to close all parks until further notice.

This step is taken to further stress the importance of social distancing. The COVID-19 cases in Allegheny County more than doubled over the past 3 days to 133, including cases in Mt Lebanon, Baldwin Borough and Scott Township.

Contact sports, like basketball surely put players as risk of exposure...and therefore anyone having contact with those subjects are potentially in danger.

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