Pennsylvania reports 464 more covid-19 cases, 4 more deaths

Pennsylvania reports 464 more covid-19 cases, 4 more deaths

Pennsylvania reports 464 more covid-19 cases, 4 more deaths

There are often weekend reporting lags in deaths and cases. This represents 22% of all COVID-19 cases and remains significantly higher than the 15% statewide hospitalization rate.

More than 18,000 positive cases and 950 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in Missouri as of Sunday, according to the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. The number of daily tests reported has ranged from 400 to about 1,300 during a two-week period starting June 5.

There are now 14 active cases in McLean County-all people isolating at home.

The health department is not reporting how many Georgians have recovered.

State health officials reminded residents that masks are required in all businesses in counties in the yellow and green phases of reopening.

Cases in the Columbus area continue to rise.

Dare County officials met on Friday afternoon and updated the Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 to include a mandate that face coverings be worn in indoor and outdoor public spaces where social distancing can not be maintained.

One of the individuals associated with these new cases may have been at the Outlaws Bar on the evening of Friday, June 12, or Saturday, June 13.

In its latest update Wednesday, the KDHE reported 11,681 total cases in the state, up 2 percent or 262 cases from Monday.

Gwinnett County reports the highest number of cases in the state, at 6,043.

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