April 12 Morning Update on COVID-19: Check Out How Many People in Chester County Are Fully Vaccinated
Editor’s Note: The Pennsylvania Department of Health’s daily report for confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Chester County and Delaware County have not accurately reflected the actual number of cases in both counties. This is usually because of Delaware County cases that are incorrectly assigned to Chester County, which the Chester County Health Department corrects prior to reporting. The state’s data then reflects the corrections in its next data update. Consequently, the county’s numbers are the most accurate.
Based on the information found on Chester County’s COVID-19 Dashboard, there are a total of 32,726 COVID-19 cases and 752 deaths in Chester County.
For the seven-day period that ended April 8, Chester County recorded 870 cases, compared to the 979 cases from the previous seven days, as its Incidence Rate Per 100,000 People decreased to 165.72 from 186.48. Also, Chester County’s Percent PCR Positivity decreased to 7.96 from 9.04.
According to the Pennsylvania Department of Health, 192,092 people in Chester County have been given at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as of April 9. Of those people, 91,085 people have received both doses.
On Saturday, the state reported 4,882 new cases.
Chester County’s 32,726 cases represent 3.1 percent of Pennsylvania’s 1,068,974 total cases.
The following are the number of confirmed cases and deaths in nearby counties, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health:
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Note: Department of Health numbers are updated every day at noon.
Click here to view Chester County’s COVID-19 Dashboard.
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