Hancock County now has 6 'active' COVID-19 cases

Grant Boone
June 6, 2020

Long-term care facilities and local health departments will have the most up-to-date data on case numbers, IDPH officials said.

Lincoln County cases continue to skew younger than the statewide rate.

31 have recovered or are no longer considered infectious and there have been 3 confirmed deaths.

The number of new cases has dropped substantially in recent weeks, Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine has said. Of total deaths, 4,077, or 69.2 percent, have occurred in residents from nursing or personal care facilities, according to the health department. Another juvenile case was announced on Thursday, making about 20 percent of positive tests in the county that are infants to 19 years of age.

There are no new deaths.

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One county resident has died of the virus and 10 others, in addition to that person, have been hospitalized.

Cases peaked in early April at almost 2,000 daily new cases.

In addition, about 5,659 of total cases in PA are in health care workers.

An inmate at the Pottawattamie County Jail has also tested positive for COVID-19.

Statewide, 498,586 coronavirus tests have been performed, with 424,201 people testing negative, according to the state health department.

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