Over 200 People Have Now Died Of COVID-19 In Allegheny Co., 246 New Cases Reported

One new hospitalization confirmed

Andrew Limberg
July 15, 2020 - 11:16 am

    PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) – COVID-19 cases in Allegheny County continue to be relatively high with 246 new cases being reported on Wednesday.

    Those cases from 2,944 test results. Tests were conducted between June 30 and July 14.

    Listen Live Now on Newsradio 1020 KDKA

    The cases range in age from 2 months old to 102 years old with 34 being the median age.

    5,610 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus since the first case was reported on March 14.

    Five additional deaths are being reported along with one new hospitalization.

    Over 200 people have now died in the county with the total number at 204 confirmed or probable cases.

    478 people have been hospitalized.

    While the number of cases reported Tuesday was much higher at 331, 186 of those cases were due to a delay in private lab test results that went back over a month. The 24-hour number for COVID-19 cases on Tuesday was 145.

    The county reminds everyone to continue to wear a mask in public, frequently wash their hands and maintain social distancing.

    Allegheny County Dashboard 

    ___
    Listen to KDKA Radio on the RADIO.COM App
    Tell your smart speaker to "play News Radio 10 20 KDKA"

    Receive email updates from KDKA Radio
    Follow KDKA Radio: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram