PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed 1,404 new positive cases of Coronavirus on Friday, including 12 additional deaths.

Total cases of the virus statewide now stands at 8,420 in 63 counties. All patients are either in isolation at home or being treated at the hospital.

There have been a total of 102 deaths.

According to Health Department statistics, that death toll now equals the number of flu associated deaths for the 2019-2020 flu season. State health officials last updated that number last week.

State Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said: “The continued rise in cases combined with our increasing deaths from COVID-19 reflects the seriousness of this situation. We need everyone to listen to the orders in place and to stay calm, stay home and stay safe. We know that these prolonged mitigation effects have been difficult for everyone, but it is essential that everyone follows these orders and does not go out unless they absolutely must.”

A statewide Stay-At-Home order from Gov. Tom Wolf remains in effect for everyone. On Friday, Gov. Tom Wolf asked all Pennsylvanians who have to leave their house to wear masks.

Dr. Levine says if we continue to practice social distancing and self-isolation, models show our state hospitals will be equipped to handle a surge in cases.

“Depending on which model you look at, right now the modeling is very positive that we will have adequate supplies to deal with the surge,” she says.

“But the key, as the governor has been emphasizing, is to prevent the surge from becoming high enough that it could overwhelm any healthcare system. And the way to do that is social distancing and social isolation that the governor has been talking about.”

The Health Department is providing a daily age breakdown of the patients:

  • Nearly 1% are aged 0-4;
  • Nearly 1% are aged 5-12;
  • 1% are aged 13-18;
  • 8% are aged 19-24;
  • Nearly 41% are aged 25-49;
  • Nearly 29% are aged 50-64; and
  • Nearly 20% are aged 65 or older.

In Allegheny County, health officials confirm 476 cases of the virus — the most in Western Pennsylvania.

Here is a county-by-county breakdown:

  • Adams 19
  • Allegheny 476; Deaths 2
  • Armstrong 11
  • Beaver 65; Deaths 2
  • Bedford 3
  • Berks 201; Deaths 1
  • Blair 4
  • Bradford 9
  • Bucks 446; Deaths 8
  • Butler 75; Deaths 2
  • Cambria 4
  • Cameron 1
  • Carbon 34; Deaths 1
  • Centre 32
  • Chester 226; Deaths 2
  • Clarion 4
  • Clearfield 5
  • Clinton 1
  • Columbia 15
  • Crawford 5
  • Cumberland 45; Deaths 2
  • Dauphin 79; Deaths 1
  • Delaware 542; Deaths 10
  • Erie 17
  • Fayette 20; Deaths 1
  • Forest 1
  • Franklin 26
  • Greene 11
  • Huntingdon 3
  • Indiana 7
  • Juniata 5
  • Lackawanna 119; Deaths 4
  • Lancaster 232; Deaths 5
  • Lawrence 19; Deaths 2
  • Lebanon 54
  • Lehigh 584; Deaths 5
  • Luzerne 484; Deaths 5
  • Lycoming 8
  • Mckean 1
  • Mercer 10
  • Mifflin 2
  • Monroe 397; Deaths 10
  • Montgomery 875; Deaths 11
  • Montour 16
  • Northampton 466; Deaths 10
  • Northumberland 8
  • Perry 4 1
  • Philadelphia 2284; Deaths 14
  • Pike 83; Deaths 1
  • Potter 2
  • Schuylkill 63
  • Snyder 4; Deaths 1
  • Somerset 3
  • Susquehanna 4
  • Tioga 3
  • Union 3
  • Venango 3
  • Warren 1
  • Washington 40
  • Wayne 23
  • Westmoreland 110
  • Wyoming 2
  • York 121; Deaths 1

More information on the Coronavirus pandemic:

State health officials say 53,695 patients have tested negative for the virus.

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