No new COVID-19 deaths reported in Allegheny County, lowest increase in cases this week

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PITTSBURGH — For the first day this week, Allegheny County is reporting less than 200 new cases of coronavirus.

There are 158 additional confirmed cases and no new deaths. Twelve more people have been hospitalized. Those cases are out of 1,632 test results.

People affected by the newest cases range in age from 5 months to 90 years old. The infection rate of people tested overall versus people who have tested positive is 9.6-percent.

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Positive results come from tests that were done between June 25 and July 7.

In all of Pennsylvania, there were 719 additional positive cases of COVID-19 reported, bringing the statewide total to 92,867.

Here are the breakdowns of numbers by county:

  • Allegheny County: 4,367 cases, 193 deaths
  • Armstrong County: 80 cases, 6 deaths
  • Beaver County: 796 cases, 79 deaths
  • Butler County: 396 cases, 13 deaths
  • Clarion County: 49 cases, 2 deaths
  • Fayette County: 163 cases, 4 deaths
  • Forest County: 7 cases, 0 deaths
  • Greene County: 56 cases, 0 dearths
  • Indiana County: 121 cases, 6 deaths
  • Lawrence County: 146 cases, 9 deaths
  • Mercer County: 161 cases, 6 deaths
  • Venango County: 35 cases, 0 deaths
  • Washington County: 366 cases, 6 deaths
  • Westmoreland County: 917 cases, 39 deaths
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