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Centre County Adds 1 New COVID-19 Case

by on June 07, 2020 12:30 PM

Centre County reported one new COVID-19 case on Sunday, bringing its total to 156 since the first was reported on March 20.

It was the county's second consecutive day with a new case after going four straight days without one. 

Statewide, Pennsylvania has had a total of 75,592 cases, with 506 new positives reported on Sunday by the Department of Health. It marks the 28th consecutive day the state has reported fewer than 1,000 new cases.

The health department also reported 12 new deaths attributed to COVID-19, bringing Pennsylvania's total to 5,943.

An estimated 71 percent of patients with the virus — or about 53,670 Pennsylvanians— have recovered, according to DOH.

Among the state's total cases, ​​73,479 are confirmed and ​2,113 are probable.

Centre County's confirmed cases by zip code are:

16823 (Bellefonte): 40

16801 (State College): 35

16803 (State College): 27

16827 (Boalsburg): 9 

16870 (Port Matilda): 9

16828 (Centre Hall), 16866 (Philipsburg), 16844 (Julian), 16841 (Howard), 16875 (Spring Mills), 16852 (Madisonburg) and 16872 (Rebersburg) each have 1-4 cases. Specific numbers are not provided for zip codes with fewer than five cases. 

Among bordering counties, Huntingdon now has 236 cases, Union has 73, Clinton has 60, Mifflin has 59, Blair has 53 and Clearfield has 44. 

A total of 444,173 patients in Pennsylvania have tested negative for COVID-19, including 2,459 people in Centre County. Across Pennsylvania, 1,174 COVID-19 patients are hospitalized, with 257 requiring use of a ventilator, according to health department data.

Individual county data for Pennsylvania is available at the Department of Health website.

According to Johns Hopkins University, the United States has had 1,922,054 cases of COVID-19, with 109,928 deaths and 500,849 recoveries.

Geoff Rushton is managing editor for Contact him at [email protected] or find him on Twitter at @geoffrushton.
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