WPXI: Coronavirus in Pennsylvania: What you need to know Monday

WPXI — Pennsylvania has more than 3,300 cases of the novel coronavirus And 38 people have died. Keep checking back for the latest COVID-19 updates throughout the day.

UPDATE 4:30 a.m.:Confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Pennsylvania reached 3,394 Sunday as Gov. Tom Wolf requested a Major Disaster Declaration.

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Here is a breakdown of cases and deaths by county in western Pennsylvania:

  • Allegheny County: 265 cases, 2 deaths
  • Butler County: 47 cases, 2 deaths
  • Beaver County: 28 cases
  • Lawrence County: 8 cases, 1 death
  • Mercer County: 7 cases
  • Venango County: 1 case
  • Clarion County: 1 case
  • Armstrong County: 3 cases
  • Indiana County; 2 cases
  • Westmoreland County: 47 cases
  • Fayette County: 10 cases
  • Greene County: 6 cases
  • Washington County: 24 cases

A priest in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh tested positive for the coronavirus, the diocese said. Father Adam Potter had been in isolation after exposure to someone who had the coronavirus.

There are 19 positive cases of COVID-19 at the Brighton Rehabilitation and Wellness Center, officials said.

As the number of cases in Pennsylvania and across the country continues to rise, President Donald Trump announced the voluntary national shutdown has been extended until April 30. The initial 15-day period of social distancing urged by the federal government expires Monday.

Source: WPXI

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