HARRISBURG, Pa. – An eighth person has tested sure for coronavirus in Sir Bernard Law County, bringing the statewide total to 11, the health department launched Tuesday morning.
The resident is hospitalized at the Sanatorium of the University of Pennsylvania, acknowledged Dr. Rachel Levine, Pennsylvania health secretary.
The person received the virus from yet another person that tested sure, Levine acknowledged throughout a news conference Tuesday.
As of Tuesday morning, there are 11 presumed cases of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania:
- Sir Bernard Law County – 8
- Monroe County – 1
- Wayne County – 1
- Delaware County – 1
Instruct health officers furthermore launched Tuesday they are going to inaugurate retaining press briefings each day at midday to change residents on coronavirus in Pennsylvania. They’re going to be streamed are residing right here at WFMZ.com.
The most fresh updates from the notify are furthermore available on-line.
Authorities remind folks to recurrently wash hands with soap for now not much less than 20 seconds, quilt coughs or sneezes with an arm or tissue, and perfect surfaces recurrently.
Symptoms of COVID-19 can consist of fever, cough and shortness of breath, and can seem 2-14 days after publicity.