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COVID-19 IN PENNSYLVANIA: Tracking cases, deaths and hospitalizations – WGAL Susquehanna Valley Pa.

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COVID-19 in Pennsylvania: Cases, deaths and vaccinations

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The Pennsylvania Department of Health said there have been a total of 902,650 positive cases of COVID-19. That is an increase of 3,413.Interactive map – find a testing location near you | Vaccine phases, Pa. rollout plan | WGAL’s complete coronavirus coverage DeathsThe health department has added a total of 193 new deaths statewide, raising today’s total number of deaths from COVID-19 to 23,319.Positivity rateStatewide percent positivity for the week of February 5 – February 11 stood at 8.0%.HospitalizationsMore data is available here.VaccinationsPennsylvania hospitals began receiving shipments of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine the week of Dec. 14 and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine the week of Dec. 21. Please note that this does include vaccine administration through CVS as part of the Federal Pharmacy Partnership. Vaccination numbers for Pennsylvania do not include Philadelphia, which is its own jurisdiction, or federal facilities, which are working directly with the federal government. This week, a total of 326,850 doses will have been allocated through February 20:183,575 first doses will have been allocated this week.143,275 second doses will have been allocated this week.To date, of the 2,766,400 doses allocated through February 20, we have administered 1,749,949 doses total through February 16:First doses, 82 percent (1,313,538 administered of 1,610,175 allocated)Second doses, 38 percent (436,411 administered of 1,156,225 allocated)A spreadsheet of facilities that have received vaccine can be found here. Mask wearing is required in all businesses and whenever leaving home. Consistent mask wearing is critical to preventing the spread of COVID-19, according to the Department of Health.There are 3,791,021 patients who have tested negative to date. Coronavirus has been found in all of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties.The FDA has approved a test for COVID-19 that you can take at home. The test kits are available for purchase on Amazon with a turnaround time for results of 24 to 72 hours after the sample is shipped and received.- Coronavirus cases broken down by zip code can be found on this interactive map.Susquehanna Valley new casesAdams County: 16Cumberland County: 85Dauphin County: 61Franklin County: 42Juniata County: 3Lancaster County: 225Lebanon County: 40Mifflin County: 8Perry County: 12York County: 139Susquehanna Valley total cases county-by-countyAdams County: 7,018Cumberland County: 15,606Dauphin County: 19,924Franklin County: 12,224Juniata County: 1,776Lancaster County: 42,180Lebanon County: 12,533Mifflin County: 4,501Perry County: 2,802York County: 34,721Interactive maps, chartsWhat’s New: Week of Feb. 15, 2021Average daily new COVID-19 cases in the United States dipped below 100,000 in recent days for the first time in months, but experts cautioned Sunday that infections remain high and precautions to slow the pandemic must remain in place.As daily new cases continue to dip, more Americans are being vaccinated. But a new survey is showing about 31% of U.S. adults say they plan to “wait and see” how it works out for other people. Many said that a close friend or family member getting vaccinated would be most likely to sway their decision.The World Health Organization has granted an emergency authorization to AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, a move that should allow the U.N. agency’s partners to ship millions of doses to countries as part of a U.N.-backed program to tame the pandemic.Millions of student loan borrowers received a welcome reprieve last month when President Joe Biden extended the suspension of payments and interest on federal student loans through Sept. 30. One expert says this presents an opportunity to stash away savings or make student loan payments anyway — without the interest adding up.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health said there have been a total of 902,650 positive cases of COVID-19. That is an increase of 3,413.

Interactive map – find a testing location near you | Vaccine phases, Pa. rollout plan | WGAL’s complete coronavirus coverage

Deaths

The health department has added a total of 193 new deaths statewide, raising today’s total number of deaths from COVID-19 to 23,319.

Positivity rate

Statewide percent positivity for the week of February 5 – February 11 stood at 8.0%.

Hospitalizations

More data is available here.

Vaccinations

Pennsylvania hospitals began receiving shipments of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine the week of Dec. 14 and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine the week of Dec. 21. Please note that this does include vaccine administration through CVS as part of the Federal Pharmacy Partnership. Vaccination numbers for Pennsylvania do not include Philadelphia, which is its own jurisdiction, or federal facilities, which are working directly with the federal government.

  • This week, a total of 326,850 doses will have been allocated through February 20:
    • 183,575 first doses will have been allocated this week.
    • 143,275 second doses will have been allocated this week.
  • To date, of the 2,766,400 doses allocated through February 20, we have administered 1,749,949 doses total through February 16:
    • First doses, 82 percent (1,313,538 administered of 1,610,175 allocated)
    • Second doses, 38 percent (436,411 administered of 1,156,225 allocated)

A spreadsheet of facilities that have received vaccine can be found here.

Mask wearing is required in all businesses and whenever leaving home. Consistent mask wearing is critical to preventing the spread of COVID-19, according to the Department of Health.

There are 3,791,021 patients who have tested negative to date. Coronavirus has been found in all of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties.

The FDA has approved a test for COVID-19 that you can take at home. The test kits are available for purchase on Amazon with a turnaround time for results of 24 to 72 hours after the sample is shipped and received.

Coronavirus cases broken down by zip code can be found on this interactive map.

Susquehanna Valley new cases

  • Adams County: 16
  • Cumberland County: 85
  • Dauphin County: 61
  • Franklin County: 42
  • Juniata County: 3
  • Lancaster County: 225
  • Lebanon County: 40
  • Mifflin County: 8
  • Perry County: 12
  • York County: 139

Susquehanna Valley total cases county-by-county

  • Adams County: 7,018
  • Cumberland County: 15,606
  • Dauphin County: 19,924
  • Franklin County: 12,224
  • Juniata County: 1,776
  • Lancaster County: 42,180
  • Lebanon County: 12,533
  • Mifflin County: 4,501
  • Perry County: 2,802
  • York County: 34,721

Interactive maps, charts

What’s New: Week of Feb. 15, 2021

Average daily new COVID-19 cases in the United States dipped below 100,000 in recent days for the first time in months, but experts cautioned Sunday that infections remain high and precautions to slow the pandemic must remain in place.

As daily new cases continue to dip, more Americans are being vaccinated. But a new survey is showing about 31% of U.S. adults say they plan to “wait and see” how it works out for other people. Many said that a close friend or family member getting vaccinated would be most likely to sway their decision.

The World Health Organization has granted an emergency authorization to AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, a move that should allow the U.N. agency’s partners to ship millions of doses to countries as part of a U.N.-backed program to tame the pandemic.

Millions of student loan borrowers received a welcome reprieve last month when President Joe Biden extended the suspension of payments and interest on federal student loans through Sept. 30. One expert says this presents an opportunity to stash away savings or make student loan payments anyway — without the interest adding up.

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