Positive cases by county

Coronavirus cases in western Pennsylvania as of 12 p.m. March 29, 2020. 

As of noon Sunday, there are 3,394 cases statewide in 58 of Pennsylvania's 67 counties, according to the state Department of Health. There are now 38 deaths, including two in Butler County. The statistics provided by the state and those provided from area health systems could vary.

The following is a county-by-county breakdown:

Adams, 8; Allegheny, 265 (2 deaths); Armstrong, 3; Beaver, 28; Berks, 68; Blair, 3; Bradford, 3; Bucks, 203 (1 death); Butler, 47 (2 deaths); Cambria, 1; Cameron, 1; Carbon, 9; Centre, 22; Chester, 137; Clarion, 1; Clearfield, 2; Columbia, 6; Crawford, 3; Cumberland, 22 (1 death); Dauphin, 35; Delaware, 276 (4 deaths); Erie, 7; Fayette, 10; Franklin, 11; Greene, 6; Huntingdon, 1; Indiana, 2; Juniata, 1; Lackawanna, 56 (2 deaths); Lancaster, 67 (2 deaths); Lawrence, 8 (1 death); Lebanon, 19; Lehigh, 151 (3 deaths); Luzerne, 94 (2 deaths); Lycoming, 3; McKean, 1; Mercer, 7; Mifflin, 2; Monroe, 135 (3 deaths); Montgomery, 488 (5 deaths); Montour, 4; Northampton, 126 (4 deaths); Northumberland, 1; Perry, 1; Philadelphia, 865 (5 deaths); Pike, 33 (1 death); Potter, 2; Schuylkill, 21; Snyder, 2; Somerset, 2; Susquehanna, 1; Tioga, 1; Venango, 1; Warren, 1; Washington, 24; Wayne, 7; Westmoreland, 47; York, 43.

Positive cases by age

The state Department of Health lists cases by age group, followed by percentage of total cases. Percentages might not total 100% due to rounding:

0-4 (less than 1%), 5-12 (less than 1%), 13-18 (1%), 19-24 (10%),

25-49 (41%), 50-64 (27%), 65-plus (19%)

Updated 3/29/20 @ 1 p.m.

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