PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health says there are three more cases of Coronavirus in the state.

The latest cases are in Bucks County and another in Montgomery County.

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According to state health officials, there 13 presumptive positive cases and two confirmed cases of the fast-spreading virus.


According to Bucks County officials, the patients there are both adults who live together and were infected out of state.

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They have been confined to their home and are experiencing mild symptoms.

On Tuesday, Bucks County closed down two school buildings for deep cleaning over Coronavirus concerns. However, they said no symptoms of the illness has been seen among the two students who are being watched.

There is no information about the ninth patient with Coronavirus in Montgomery County.

There are nine cases in Montgomery County, two in Bucks County, and one each in Delaware, Monroe, Philadelphia and Wayne counties.

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