The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now consider Allegheny County to be in the “low” level of community COVID-19 activity. The CDC bases that characterization on a review of new hospital admissions and inpatient beds occupied due to COVID-19, and new cases over seven days.

For the week of Jan. 25 through Jan. 31, the county Health Department reported 630 new COVID-19 infections, 10 hospitalizations and 11 deaths.

Allegheny County's map of vaccination sites

For more information or help with scheduling an appointment through Allegheny County’s Area Agency on Aging, residents can call 412-350-4234.

Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 vaccination page

This reporting has been made possible through the Staunton Farm Mental Health Reporting Fellowship and the Jewish Healthcare Foundation.

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Amelia Winger is a health reporter for PublicSource, with a focus on mental health. She is telling solutions-oriented stories that combine human experiences with broader context about data and policies....