HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed that as of 12 a.m., Jan. 14, there were 7,175 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the state-wide total to 748,564.
According to the department’s Web site, Clearfield County has had 4,976 (+36) total cases since March and 62 (+2) deaths while 15,438 people have tested negative for the virus. Of those cases, 3,951 are confirmed and 1,025 are probable.
There are 5,069 individuals hospitalized with COVID-19 in Pennsylvania, which state health officials say, is near double the peak in the spring. Of that number, 1,035 patients are in the intensive care unit.
Most of the patients hospitalized are ages 65 or older, and most of the deaths have occurred in patients 65 or older. More data is available here.
The trend in the 14-day moving average number of hospitalized patients per day has reportedly increased by nearly 5,000 since the end of September.
As of 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13, there were 313 new deaths reported for a total of 18,742 Pennsylvania deaths attributed to COVID-19. County-specific information and a state-wide map are available on the COVID-19 Data Dashboard.
There are 74,094 individuals who have a positive viral antigen test and are considered probable cases and 637 individuals who have a positive serology test and either COVID-19 symptoms or a high-risk exposure.
There are 3,427,975 individuals who have tested negative state-wide to date.
In nursing and personal care homes, there are 58,577 resident cases of COVID-19, and 11,010 cases among employees, for a total of 69,587 at 1,507 distinct facilities in all 67 counties.
Out of the total deaths, 9,823 have occurred in residents from nursing or personal care facilities. A county breakdown can be found here.
It was also noted that approximately 21,217 of Pennsylvania’s total cases are among health care workers.
Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine reminds that mask-wearing is required in all businesses and whenever leaving home, and is critical to preventing the spread of COVID-19.