WPXI UPDATES: Coronavirus in Pennsylvania: What you need to know Tuesday
PITTSBURGH — Pennsylvania has more than 4,000 cases of the novel coronavirus and 49 people have died. Keep checking back for the latest COVID-19 updates throughout the day.
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UPDATE 4:30 a.m.:The total number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus rose to 4,087 Monday, the same day Gov. Tom Wolf extended a stay-at-home order.
For counties under the stay-at-home order, it is now in effect until April 30.
Wolf also announced schools across the state will stay closed until further notice.
Late Monday,President Donald Trump approved a major disaster declaration for Pennsylvania, which was requested by Wolf on Sunday. The order opens federal assistance for the state to supplement local recovery money.
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