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COVID-19 PA County Testing

COVID-19 PA County Testing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - May 9, 2020

Data update from the Official Pennsylvania Department of Health Website.

Pennsylvania remains #6 in the USA for confirmed cases.

From the PA Department of Health, latest COVID-19 test results by MAP above and in TABLE format at link below. Last update May 9, 2020 at 12:00 p.m.

View PA county numbers in table format county numbers in table format.

Steuben County, NY total positive cases = 226

NY Dept of Health report COVID-19 cases by county.

TRENDING DATA FROM GENE KRAYBILL

These charts show the current trends of COVID-19 In the Northcentral Region of PA and four counties in New York’s Southern Tier.

Focusing on new cases rather than cumulative case totals portrays a better picture of what is happening now, especially as areas begin the re-opening process.

The black line in each chart shows the five-day “moving average”. This smooths out some of the anomalies caused by irregular test cycles and other factors. It is computed by averaging a day’s case count with the count from the two days before and the two days following.

Experts say that any impact of re-opening can probably not be evaluated for at least two or three weeks. This is due to the incubation period of this virus and the fact that it can be spread by people who have no symptoms.

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