Allegheny County posts 142 new covid cases over past 2 days

Clay Curtis
September 15, 2020

For the second time in a week, New Mexico had no new coronavirus deaths to report Monday, leaving the death toll unchanged at 823 residents.

"Covid-19 is an evolving pandemic and NPHET is committed to adapting advice and guidelines based on emerging evidence", he added.

Monday's cases included 11 infections among state inmates in Lea County.

Of that total, 907 people have recovered or are recovering, 78 people have been hospitalized at some point during their illness and 15 have died, county health data show. There were no new hospitalizations in the county since Saturday.

The remaining 24 cases are located across 12 more counties including Clare and Tipperary. That makes the recovery rate almost 96% in cases with an outcome.

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There are now five active cases of COVID-19 across Renfrew County and District and all individuals are self isolating.

Altogether, the state has confirmed 26,842 cases of COVID-19 since March. A total of 467 inmates have been tested to date, with 38 of them testing positive - all of which have either recovered or been released.

Breakdown of cases by zip codes includes: 275 cases for Sidney (45365), Anna (45302) 52 cases, Botkins (45306) 20 cases, Conover (45317) three cases, Fort Loramie/Newport (45845) 40 cases, Houston (45333) 18 cases, Jackson Center (45334) 21 cases, New Bremen (45869) one case, New Knoxville (45871), two cases, Maplewood (45340) 10 cases, Minster (45865) 18 cases, Pemberton (45353) one case, Piqua (45356) 11 cases, Port Jefferson (45360) three cases and Russian Federation (45363) 47 cases.

A total of 339 women have tested positive while 212 men have tested positive.

Dix and Henry have repeatedly pleaded with British Columbians to keep their social bubbles small, keep a physical distance when out in public and wear a mask when that isn't possible.

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