Mifflin County sees 32 new COVID-19 cases
3 virus-related deaths reported as well
From staff reports
Mifflin County reported 32 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths attributed to the virus, according to data released Friday by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Mifflin County’s totals for the pandemic so far are 4,102 cases and 147 deaths.
In Juniata County, there were just six new cases reported Friday, but three new deaths. Juniata County’s totals are now 1,629 cases and 76 deaths.
Snyder County reported 16 new cases Friday, but no new deaths. Snyder County has had 2,409 total cases and 63 deaths.
Huntingdon County reported just 10 new cases and one additional death for new totals of 3,692 cases and 104 deaths.
In Perry County, 10 new cases were reported, as was one additional death. Perry County has had 2,284 cases and 66 deaths.
There are currently 20 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Mifflin County with four in the adult intensive care units. Four patients are currently using ventilators to assist with breathing in Mifflin County. In Huntingdon County, there are seven COVID-19 patients hospitalized, with two in the ICU. There are no Huntingdon County patients using a ventilator, according to the health department.
LOCAL COVID-19 CASE COUNTS
Mifflin County: 32 new cases Friday, 4,102 total; 3 new deaths Friday, 147 total.
Juniata County: 6 new cases Friday, 1,629 total; 3 new deaths Friday, 76 total.
Snyder County: 16 new cases Friday, 2,409 total; no new deaths Friday, 63 total.
Huntingdon County: 10 new cases Friday, 3,692 total; 1 new death Friday, 104 total.
Perry County: 10 new cases Friday, 2,284 total; 1 new death Friday, 66 total.