37 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Mifflin Co.
No new deaths reported in 4 local counties
From staff reports
There were 37 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Mifflin County according to data release Monday by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Mifflin County has now had 4,976 cases of COVID-19 and 175 deaths.
Juniata County reported 15 new cases Monday, putting its totals at 2,009 cases and 82 deaths. There are 4,510 people fully vaccinated and 1,979 partially vaccinated in Juniata County.
In Snyder County, 24 more cases were added to the total which now stands at 3,446 with 82 deaths. In Snyder County, 7,558 people are fully vaccinated and 4,085 are partially vaccinated.
Huntingdon County had 26 new cases for a total of 4,761 cases with 128 deaths. A total of 11,156 are fully vaccinated while 2,621 are partially vaccinated in Huntingdon County.
Perry County reported 36 new cases in addition to one new death for a total of 3,489 with 95 deaths. There are 6,463 people fully vaccinated while 7,383 are partially vaccinated in Perry County.
Mifflin County has a total of eight COVID-19 patients hospitalized, one of whom is in the adult intensive care unit and using a ventilator to assist breathing. In Huntingdon County, three COVID-19 patients are hospitalized with one in the ICU. No Huntingdon County COVID patients are currently using a ventilator, according to the health department.
LOCAL COVID-19 CASE COUNTS
Mifflin County: 37 new cases, 4,976 total; no new deaths, 175 total; 10,412 fully vaccinated; 3,545 partially vaccinated
Juniata County: 15 new cases, 2,009 total; no new deaths, 82 total; 4,510 fully vaccinated; 1,979 partially vaccinated
Snyder County: 24 new cases, 3,446 total; no new deaths, 82 total; 7,558 fully vaccinated; 4,085 partially vaccinated
Huntingdon County: 26 new cases, 4,761 total; no new deaths, 128 total; 11,156 fully vaccinated; 2,621 partially vaccinated
Perry County: 36 new cases, 3,489 total; 1 new deaths, 95 total; 6,463 fully vaccinated; 7,383 partially vaccinated