For the second day in a row, Allegheny County had more than a 100 new COVID-19 infections, the highest single-day numbers since March 14 when officials announced the first cases in the county. The 110 infections announced Wednesday brings the total case count to 2,870.
County health officials also reported one new fatality and four hospitalizations. To date, the county has had 187 COVID-related deaths and 397 past and present hospitalizations. The ages for the newest cases range from 4 months to 85 years old, with 29 the median age.
Pennsylvania reported 636 new cases and 38 additional fatalities Wednesday, bringing the statewide case count to 87,242 and 6,687 deaths. Personal care and nursing homes continue to bear the brunt of the infections, with residents and workers representing roughly one in four of all cases in the state.