There’s good news to report for the latest COVID-19 numbers across United States, as we’re beginning to see Case Counts decrease. Unfortunately, back here at home in Pennsylvania — our peak doesn’t seem to be here yet.
According to the latest numbers from the Department of Health, Pennsylvania reported 4,125 new cases on Sunday. This brings the statewide 7-day average to just under 4,000 cases. Thankfully, no more people have died from the Virus across the Commonwealth and hospitalizations did creep down slightly on Sunday.
As for local numbers in our 10 County Viewing Area, 288 more cases were reported. Centre County is topping that list with 74 cases and Blair County is following behind with 44. All Counties in our area — except for Cameron County — are reporting double-digit case counts from Sunday.
All Counties in Pennsylvania are continuing to have that High Rate of Transmission, which is the highest level on the CDC scale.