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PA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update Archive

April 16, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/15/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/15/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​152
115
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/15/2021. 

April 15, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/14/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/14/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​150
113
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/14/2021.

April 14, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/13/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/13/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​150
113
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/13/2021.

April 13, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/12/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/12/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/12/2021.

April 12, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/11/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/11/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/11/2021.

April 11, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/10/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/10/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/10/2021.

April 10, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/9/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/9/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/9/2021.

April 9, 2021 

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/8/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/8/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/8/2021. 

April 8, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/7/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/7/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/7/2021.

April 7, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/6/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/6/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/6/2021.

April 6, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/5/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/5/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/5/2021.

April 5, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/4/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/4/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/3/2021.

April 4, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/3/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/3/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/3/2021.

April 3, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/2/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/2/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/2/2021.

April 2, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 4/1/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 4/1/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 3/31/2021. 

April 1, 2021

County Case Counts to Date

Each day the Department of Health provides updated case, testing, and death information. Archived information dating back to the beginning of the pandemic is also available. Case counts are displayed by the date that the cases were first reported to the PA-NEDSS surveillance system. Case counts by date of report can vary significantly from day to day for a variety of reasons. In addition to changes due to actual changes in disease incidence, trends are strongly influenced by testing patterns (who gets tested and why), testing availability, lab analysis backlogs, lab reporting delays, new labs joining our electronic laboratory reporting system, mass screenings, etc. Trends need to be sustained for seven to 14 days before any conclusions can be made regarding the progress of the pandemic. Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 3/31/2021.

Death Data

This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on 3/31/2021.

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome Data

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition where different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs. We do not yet know what causes MIS-C. Many children with MIS-C had the virus that causes COVID-19, or had been around someone with COVID-19.

​Potential
Cases
Confirmed
Cases
​Determined 
Not A Case
​Under 
Investigation
​149
112
​23
16

Source: Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (PA-NEDSS) as of 10:00 PM on 3/31/2021.


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