Local counties see steady numbers of new cases
Mifflin Co. now up to 4,062 cases, 138 deaths
From staff reports
Local counties continue to see steady numbers of new cases of COVID-19, according to data released Wednesday by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
In Mifflin County, 21 new cases were reported, as were two additional deaths attributed to the virus. Mifflin County has had 4,062 cases and 138 deaths among its residents since the pandemic began.
Juniata County reported 11 new cases, but no new deaths. Juniata County’s totals are 1,612 cases and 71 deaths.
In Snyder County, 23 new cases and three new deaths were reported for new totals of 2,381 cases and 61 deaths.
Huntingdon County saw 19 new cases reported for a new total of 3,644. Huntingdon County also had one virus-related death, the 100th in the county so far.
In Perry County, 19 new cases and three new deaths were reported. Perry County has had 2,262 cases and 64 deaths so far.
In Mifflin County, there are 20 COVID-19 patients currently hospitalized, four of which are in the adult intensive care unit. Of those patients, two are currently on ventilators to assist with breathing. In Huntingdon County, there are six COVID-19 patients hospitalized with one in the ICU and none currently using ventilators, according to the health department.
LOCAL COVID-19 CASE COUNTS
Mifflin County: 21 new cases Wednesday, 4,062 total; 2 new deaths Wednesday, 138 total.
Juniata County: 11 new cases Wednesday, 1,612 total; no new deaths Wednesday, 71 total.
Snyder County: 23 new cases Wednesday, 2,381 total; 3 new deaths Wednesday, 61 total.
Huntingdon County: 19 new cases Wednesday, 3,644 total; 1 new death Wednesday, 100 total.
Perry County: 19 new cases Wednesday, 2,262 total; 3 new deaths Wednesday, 64 total.