Seven COVID-19 Cases Reported, Zero Deaths In Allegheny County

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PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - For the second straight day, cases of COVID-19 in Allegheny County is in the single digits.

The county’s Health Department is reporting seven new cases of coronavirus, four more compared to Sunday.

A total of 2,086 cases are now confirmed in the county.

Of those, 1,953 are confirmed and 133 are probable.

Of the 2,086 cases, 289 or 14 percent are in Healthcare workers.

No additional deaths are being reported with the total number of those who have lost their life to COVID-19 at 173.

Of those deaths, 161 are confirmed and 12 are probably.

All deaths range in age from 42-103 with 84 being the median age.

In addition, no new hospitalization are being reported. The number of those who have been hospitalized past or present is 357.

The age breakdown of those infected”

00-04 – 14 (1%)05-12 – 19 (1%)13-18 – 36 (2%)19-24 – 136 (7%)25-49 – 706 (34%)50-64 – 547 (26%)65 + -- 628 (30%)The gender of those with COVID-19 are listed below:Female – 1,126 (54%)Male – 960 (46%)

You can use the county’s dashboard to see how many cases have been in your community.

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