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JORGENSEN, WGAL NEWS 8. The State Health Service has released the latest coronavirus numbers. It added 3,226 new cases and 66 deaths, but it added today, costs were unusually low as a result of the technical maintenance of the data server on Sunday. Here in Susquehanna Valley. Lancaster County 117, York County Add 72, Dauphin 40, Franklin and Lebanon County 39, Adams County with 18, Cumberland has another 17 other states.

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The Pennsylvania Department of Health says that as of January 4 there were 3,226 additional positive cases of COVID-19, in addition to 4,579 new cases reported on Sunday January 3 for a total of 8,992 additional positive cases of COVID-19 for two days. This brings the statewide total to 665,097. The number of cases released on Monday is unusually low as a result of Sunday’s data server technical maintenance, according to Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine. She said the maintenance did not affect the death reporting system on Sunday or Monday because the death data comes from a different server. WGAL’s full coverage of Coronavirus Deaths The Ministry of Health added a total of 66 new deaths statewide, raising the total number of deaths today from COVID-19 to 16,361, and the positive rate globally for the week of December 25 – December 31 was 15.0%. Individuals who have been hospitalized with COVID-19, near double the peak in the spring. Of this number, 1,149 patients are in the ICU with COVID-19. Most hospitalized patients are 65 years of age or older, and most deaths have occurred in patients 65 years of age or older. More data is available here. Vaccinations Pennsylvania hospitals began receiving shipments of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in the week of December 14 and the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in the week of December 21 through January 3: 135,044 vaccine doses A data table of facilities that received the vaccine can be found here. Wearing masks is required in all work and anytime leaving the house. Wearing a mask consistently is essential to prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to the Ministry of Health, there are 3,301,186 patients who have tested negative so far. Coronavirus has been found in all 67 Pennsylvania counties. Coronavirus cases can be found broken down by postal code on this interactive map. New cases in Susquehanna Valley Adams County: 18 Cumberland County: 17 Dauphin County: 40 Franklin County: 39 Juniata County: 5 Lancaster County: 117 Lebanon County: 39Mifflin County: 6Perry County: 4York County: 72Susquehanna Valley Total cases County by county Adams County: 4,786 Cumberland County: 10,772 Dauphin County: 14,335 Franklin County: 8,963 Juniata County: 1,421 Lancaster County: 29,047 Lebanon County: 9,206 Mifflin County: Berry County: 1805 York County: 24,158 Interactive maps, infographics = what’s new nationally for the week of December 28, as the United States prepares to deal with sudden increases in the coronavirus outbreak during the holidays, hospitals across the country reported more than 100,000 patients for the 26th day in December. The first (December) is a devastating month for the spread of the Corona virus in the United States, and more than 63,000 Americans have died so far this month – the largest number since the egan epidemic – bringing the total to more than 333,000 people who have lost due to the virus in the United States, according to data from the University Johns Hop A treasure, another 193,000 people could lose their lives over the next two months, according to a forecast by the University of Washington Institute of Health. Metrics and evaluation: President Donald Trump signed a $ 900 billion pandemic relief package, ending days of drama over his refusal to accept a bipartisan deal that will provide long-awaited money for businesses and individuals and avoid a federal government shutdown. Dr Anthony Fauci said Sunday that the coronavirus mutation that has set off alarms in parts of Britain is no more likely to cause serious illness or vaccine resistance than the strain that infects people in the United States, but that it should still be taken “very seriously”. National + Cg == If you use our app click here to view interactive maps and charts.

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The Pennsylvania Department of Health He says as of January 4 there were an additional 3,226 positive cases of COVID-19, in addition to 4,579 new cases reported on Sunday January 3 for a total of 8,992 additional positive cases of COVID-19 for two days, raising the total number of cases statewide. To 665.097.

The number of cases released on Monday is unusually low as a result of Sunday’s data server technical maintenance, according to Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine. She said the maintenance did not affect the death reporting system on Sunday or Monday because the death data comes from a different server.

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Death cases

The Department of Health added a total of 66 new deaths statewide, bringing the total number of deaths today from COVID-19 to 16,361.

Positive rate

The statewide positive rate for the week of December 25 – December 31 was 15.0%.

Hospitalization

There are 5,529 individuals who have been hospitalized with COVID-19, near double the peak in the spring. Of this number, 1,149 patients are in the ICU with COVID-19. Most hospitalized patients are 65 years of age or older, and most deaths have occurred in patients 65 years of age or older. More data is available Here.

Vaccinations

Pennsylvania hospitals began receiving shipments of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in the week of December 14 and the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in the week of December 21.

Until January 3:

  • 135,044 doses of the vaccine were administered.

A spreadsheet can be found of the facilities that received the vaccine Here.

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Wearing a mask is required In all businesses and upon leaving home. Wearing a mask consistently is essential to prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to the Ministry of Health.

There are 3,301,186 patients who have tested negative so far. Coronavirus has been found in all 67 Pennsylvania counties.

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

Susquehanna Valley new cases

  • Adams County: 18
  • Cumberland County: 17
  • Dauphin County: 40
  • Franklin County: 39
  • Juniata County: 5
  • Lancaster County: 117
  • Lebanon Province: 39
  • Mifflin County: 6
  • Berry County: 4
  • York County: 72

Total cases in Susquehanna Valley province by county

  • Adams County: 4,786
  • Cumberland County: 10,772
  • Dauphin County: 14,335
  • Franklin County: 8,963
  • Juniata County: 1421
  • Lancaster County: 29,047
  • Lebanon Province: 9,206
  • Mifflin County: 3554
  • Berry County: 1805
  • York County: 24158

Interactive maps and charts

What’s new nationwide for the week of December 28

As the United States prepares to cope with potential increases in the Coronavirus during the holidays, hospitals across the country have reported more than 100,000 patients for the 26th consecutive day.

It was December A devastating month for the spread of the Coronavirus In the United States, more than 63,000 Americans have died so far this month – the largest number since the start of the epidemic – bringing the total to more than 333,000 people lost to the virus in the United States, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

Another 193,000 people could lose their lives over the next two months, according to WHO predictions University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation.

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President Donald Trump A. An epidemic relief package worth $ 900 billion, Ending days of drama over his refusal to accept a two-party deal that would save long-awaited money for businesses and individuals and avoid a federal government shutdown.

US health officials believe that The Coronavirus that set off alarms has mutated in parts of Britain Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday that he is no more likely to cause serious illness or vaccine resistance than the strain that infects people in the United States, but that it should still be taken “seriously.”

National numbers

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