20 new cases reported, and three more deaths
There were 20 new cases of COVID-19 reported for Warren County on Monday and three more deaths were attributed to the virus.
According to the Pennsylvania Department of Health, 73 county residents have died COVID-related deaths so far. Of those, all but one have been reported in December and January, with almost two-thirds (47) reported this month. The data is published by the department as it comes in. The last two reported COVID deaths show as Jan. 15 and Jan. 10. Any deaths since that, and possibly earlier deaths that have not been confirmed as COVID-related, have not been added to the total.
The 20 new cases added on Monday bring the county total to 1,869.
Over the weekend, there were two deaths reported, but only 10 new cases.
There have been 56 new cases reported in the county over the past five days. During December, there were eight days when there were more than 56 new cases. There were also 57 new cases reported on Jan. 1.
The department considered cases that do not result in death to be recovered after 30 days. There had been 1,027 cases in the county as of Dec. 19. By the department’s standard, there are almost 800 cases in the county that may still be active.
Within the county, there have been 31 new cases in the Warren zip code since Tuesday, 11 in Pittsfield, nine in Sugar Grove, five in Sheffield, and four in Tidioute.