PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed 276 new positive cases of Coronavirus on Wednesday, as well as four more deaths.

Total cases of the virus statewide now stands at 1,127 in 44 counties. There are now 11 total deaths.

Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine says: “Our notable increase in cases over the past few days indicate we need everyone to take COVID-19 seriously. Pennsylvanians have a very important job right now: stay calm, stay home and stay safe. We have seen case counts continue to increase and the best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to stay home.”

Locally, in Allegheny County, there are two deaths and 88 active cases.

Here is the state’s county-by-county breakdown:

  • ​Adams 6 ​
  • Allegheny 88; Deaths 2
  • Armstrong 1​ ​
  • Beaver 7​
  • Berks 20​
  • Bradford ​1 ​
  • Bucks 86​
  • Butler 12​
  • Cambria 1​ ​​
  • Carbon ​1 ​
  • Centre 8​
  • Chester 54​​
  • Clearfield ​2 ​​
  • Columbia 1​
  • Cumberland 13​
  • Dauphin 10
  • Delaware 101​​
  • Erie 4
  • Fayette 4
  • Franklin 5​
  • Greene ​2​
  • Juniata 1​ ​​
  • Lackawanna 18; Deaths 2
  • Lancaster 12​​
  • Lawrence ​1​​
  • Lebanon ​3​
  • Lehigh 38​
  • Luzerne 27​​
  • Lycoming ​1​​
  • Mercer ​2​
  • Monroe 51; Deaths 1​
  • Montgomery 172; Deaths ​1​
  • Montour 4
  • Northampton 44; Deaths 3
  • Philadelphia 257; Deaths 1
  • Pike 9
  • Potter 1
  • Schuylkill 6
  • Somerset 2
  • Warren 1
  • Washington 10
  • Wayne 4​
  • Westmoreland 16​
  • York 20 ​

Gov. Tom Wolf also extended his Stay-At-Home order to Lehigh and Northampton counties.

Ten Pennsylvania counties are now under that order. The others include: Allegheny, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Erie, Lehigh, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, and Philadelphia counties.

More information on the Coronavirus pandemic:

State health officials say 11,193 patients have tested negative for the virus.

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