There are now over 100 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Butler County, according to the state’s Department of Health daily report.
16 new cases were recorded Tuesday—bringing the county’s total to 107.
The state of Pennsylvania is now has over 14,500 confirmed cases—with 240 reported deaths. There have been over 76,000 negative tests in the state.
Meanwhile, as of 10 a.m. Tuesday morning there were 11 patients being treated for COVID-19 symptoms at Butler Memorial Hospital—three of those patients are in ICU. That is a decline from five patients hospitalized and four in the ICU on Monday.
Butler Health System also says they’ve performed nearly 1,600 tests at Butler Memorial Hospital and over 300 tests at Clarion Hospital. The results of many tests have not yet been received but a total of 101 have come back positive so far.
All elective procedures and visits at all BHS sites will continue to be delayed through April 30th.
- Allegheny County: 689 (6 deaths)
- Armstrong County: 18
- Beaver County: 116 (9 deaths)
- Clarion County: 9
- Lawrence County: 29 (2 deaths)
- Mercer County: 26
- Venango County: 5
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