By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 328 new Coronavirus cases and 33 additional deaths.READ MORE: Mon Wharf Reopening For Parking On Monday
Of the newly reported cases, 184 are confirmed from 934 PCR tests. There are 144 probable cases. The dates of positive tests range from Jan. 25 to Feb. 2.
The Health Department says new cases range in age from 3 years to 96 years with a median age of 40.
There have been 70,165 total cases and 4,473 total hospitalizations in Allegheny County since the outbreak began.
There have been 836 total patients admitted to the ICU and 315 who have needed to go on a ventilator.
Of today’s 33 newly-reported deaths, four are from a backlog in December. The Health Department says the report includes dates of death ranging from Dec. 19 to Feb. 1.
The patients include two in their 50s, eight in their 60s, five in their 70s, eight in their 80s, nine in their 90s and one patient was over 100 yeas of age. Fourteen of these deaths are associated with long-term care facilities.READ MORE: University of Pittsburgh Main Campus Shifts Into Lower-Risk Classification For The Coronavirus
This brings the county-wide death toll to 1,495.
This is the COVID-19 Daily Update from the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) for February 3, 2021.
In the last 24 hours, 328 new cases were reported to the Health Department. Of these, 184 are confirmed cases from 934 new PCR tests. There are 144 probable cases. pic.twitter.com/FtqIYh7MtZ
— Allegheny County Health Department (@HealthAllegheny) February 3, 2021
Since March 14, there have been 70,165 cases of COVID-19 in Allegheny County residents, 4,473 hospitalizations and 1,495 deaths.
Visit the county’s dashboard at https://t.co/8iZNA5dcpr for information on cases, testing and outcomes.
— Allegheny County Health Department (@HealthAllegheny) February 3, 2021MORE NEWS: Baldwin High School Students Raise Thousands Of Dollars Through Polar Pop Event For Special Olympics Of Pennsylvania
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