Allegheny Co. Adds 2 Additional COVID-19 Deaths

The county also confirms 21 new cases

Andrew Limberg
May 22, 2020 - 11:10 am
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PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) – The Allegheny County Health Department has announced two additional deaths on Friday along with 21 new cases of COVID-19.

That is 10 less than on Thursday.

The total number of cases of coronavirus is now at 1,739, that includes 1,641 confirmed cases with 98 probable.

A total of 146 people have died as a result of coronavirus in Allegheny County. 13e of those deaths are confirmed with 11 probable.

All deaths are between the ages of 42-104 with 84 being the median age.

112 of those who have died have occurred in long-term care facilities.

To date, there have been 314 hospitalizations, past or present, one more compared to Thursday.

Age breakdown:

00-04 – 9 (less than 1%)
05-12 – 8 (less than 1%)
13-18 – 19 (1%)
19-24 – 111 (6%)
25-49 – 580 (33%)
50-64 – 473 (27%)
65 + -- 539 (31%)

The gender of those with COVID-19 are listed below:

Female – 944 (54%)
Male – 795 (46%)

According to data from the PA Department of Health, 24,958 people have tested negative for coronavirus.

Get more information using the county's interactive COVID-19 map.

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