Pa. gives update on COVID-19 cases, vaccinations for Friday

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(WKBN) – The Pennsylvania Department of Health said Friday there were 415 additional positive cases of COVID-19 and 4 more deaths since Thursday’s report, when 425 additional cases and 10 more deaths were reported.

This brings the statewide total to 1,215,767 cases and 27,786 deaths attributed to COVID-19.

There are 247 individuals hospitalized with COVID-19. Of that number, 50 patients are in the intensive care unit with COVID-19. More data is available here.

The trend in the 14-day moving average number of hospitalized patients continues to drop. The full 14-day moving average since the start of the pandemic can be found here.

Statewide percent positivity for the week of July 2 to 8 stood at 1.2%.

The most accurate daily data is available on the website, with archived data also available.

Latest local county-by-county COVID-19 numbers 

Vaccine highlights

Federal data representing all 67 counties:

  • According to the CDC, as of Thursday, July 15, Pennsylvania ranks 5th among all 50 states for total doses administered.
  • According to the CDC, as of Thursday, July 15, 61.5% of Pennsylvanians age 18 and older are fully vaccinated.

Statewide data representing the 66 counties within the Department of Health’s vaccine jurisdiction:

  • Pennsylvania’s vaccine dashboard was updated Friday, July 9 to more accurately reflect the number of people who are partially and fully vaccinated in each county outside of Philadelphia, along with demographics of those receiving vaccine. For state-to-state comparisons, refer to the CDC vaccine data tracker.
  • Vaccine providers have administered 11,388,549 total vaccine doses as of Friday, July 16.
  • 5,592,034 people are fully vaccinated; with a seven-day moving average of more than 12,100 people per day receiving vaccinations.

There are 4,837,348 individuals who have tested negative to date.

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