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Pennsylvania coronavirus: Gov. Wolf, Secretary of Health Levine to give COVID-19 update Monday

Gov. Wolf, Dr. Levine to give update on COVID-19 Monday afternoon

Pennsylvania officials are expected to give an update on coronavirus in the commonwealth Monday afternoon.Governor Tom Wolf, Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine and Deputy Secretary of Health Preparedness and Community Protection Ray Barishansky will host a virtual press conference to provide an update on COVID-19 at 2 p.m. Click the video player above at that time to watch live.As of Monday, there have been 426,444 reported cases of coronavirus in Pennsylvania since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.Officials reported 6,330 new COVID-19 cases Monday, in addition to 8,630 new cases reported Sunday, for a two-day total of 14,960 additional positive cases.Click here to see COVID-19 case counts listed by countyState health officials said there are 11,373 deaths attributed to coronavirus, with 69 deaths reported Sunday and 42 deaths reported Monday, a total of 111 new deaths reported.The Department of Health said 5,300 patients were hospitalized as of Monday. Of those, 1,107 were in an intensive care unit.

Pennsylvania officials are expected to give an update on coronavirus in the commonwealth Monday afternoon.

Governor Tom Wolf, Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine and Deputy Secretary of Health Preparedness and Community Protection Ray Barishansky will host a virtual press conference to provide an update on COVID-19 at 2 p.m. Click the video player above at that time to watch live.

As of Monday, there have been 426,444 reported cases of coronavirus in Pennsylvania since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Officials reported 6,330 new COVID-19 cases Monday, in addition to 8,630 new cases reported Sunday, for a two-day total of 14,960 additional positive cases.

Click here to see COVID-19 case counts listed by county

State health officials said there are 11,373 deaths attributed to coronavirus, with 69 deaths reported Sunday and 42 deaths reported Monday, a total of 111 new deaths reported.

The Department of Health said 5,300 patients were hospitalized as of Monday. Of those, 1,107 were in an intensive care unit.

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