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No new virus deaths reported in Mifflin, Juniata counties

Snyder, Perry have 1 death

From staff reports

There were no new COVID-19-related deaths reported in Mifflin or Juniata counties Monday, according to data released by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

In Mifflin County, there were 24 new cases reported, for a new total of 4,026 since the pandemic began. There have been 136 deaths among Mifflin County residents due to COVID-19 so far.

Juniata County reported just nine new cases for a new total of 1,589 so far. Juniata County has had 71 virus-related deaths.

A total of 17 new cases were reported in Snyder County, as was one additional death. Snyder County has had 2,331 cases so far and 58 deaths.

Huntingdon County reported 14 new cases, but no additional deaths Monday. Huntingdon County’s to-date totals are 3,605 cases and 97 deaths.

In Perry County, 20 new cases and one more death were reported. Perry County has had 2,222 cases and 61 deaths.

There are currently 20 patients hospitalized in Mifflin County due to COVID-19, three of which are in the adult intensive care unit with two currently using a ventilator to assist with breathing. In Huntingdon County, five COVID-19 patients are hospitalized with one in the adult ICU. No patients in Huntingdon County are currently using a ventilator, according to health department data.

LOCAL COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

Mifflin County: 24 new cases Monday, 4,026 total. No new deaths Monday, 136 total.

Juniata County: 9 new cases Monday, 1,589 total. No new deaths Monday, 71 total.

Snyder County: 17 new cases Monday, 2,331 total. 1 new death Monday, 58 total.

Huntingdon County: 14 new cases Monday, 3,605 total. No new deaths Monday, 97 total.

Perry County: 20 new cases Monday, 2,222 total. 1 new death Monday, 61 total.

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