County well over one new case per day in November
November is less than two weeks old, but there have already been 19 new Warren County cases of COVID-19 in that time.
On Oct. 31, the Pennsylvania Department of Health announced that there had been a total of 71 COVID cases in the county.
On Tuesday, the department put the number at 90, with 78 confirmed and 12 probable.
That is a one-day increase of five — tied for the single biggest daily increase in the county — and 10 in the last week.
There have been almost 300 negative tests reported in the county in November.
Warren County still has the lowest rate of infection per capita. According to the department, the county’s rate is now 227.9 cases per 100,000 population.
Forest, Cameron, Potter, and Sullivan counties all have rates between 300 and 500 per 100,000.
See Wednesday’s edition for complete coverage.