WARREN, Pa. – Warren County had 12 new COVID-19 cases reported Thursday and has now passed 200 cumulative confirmed cases.
According to Friday’s Pennsylvania Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard data update, Warren County gained 11 confirmed cases and one probable on Thursday. That brings the county’s cumulative total to 231 cases, 204 confirmed and 27 probable.
Warren County’s case count has increased by 160 since Oct. 31, with 144 confirmed and 16 probable so far this month. Fifty-nine of those cases have been reported from Tuesday through Thursday. Thursday’s increase means the county is now averaging more than six new cases per day (6.15).
According to the state’s dashboard data, the Warren (16365) ZIP code has had a total of 78 cases, 67 confirmed and 11 probable. That’s an increase of 23 confirmed and one probable since Saturday. Russell (16345) has 14 confirmed and at least one probable (up four confirmed since Saturday), while Sugar Grove (16350) is up to 13 confirmed, an increase of three new cases. Bear Lake (16402) has seven confirmed cases, up two, while Columbus (16405) remained at five confirmed.
Spring Creek (16436) has six confirmed and at least one probable case, an increase of at least two confirmed cases. Pittsfield (16340) now has 11 confirmed cases, up two since Saturday. Youngsville (16371) has 27 confirmed and eight probable cases, a total increase of six (three confirmed and three probable).
Sheffield (16347) is up to 10 confirmed and at least one probable case, having gained four new confirmed cases. Clarendon (16313) has 14 confirmed and at least one probable, an increase of four confirmed and at least one probable since Saturday.
Tidioute (16351) is up to eight confirmed cases and at least one probable, a gain of at least four confirmed cases.
Grand Valley (16420) has at least one confirmed and at least one probable. The Dashboard does not list specific case numbers if there are between one and four cases for that ZIP.
Irvine (16329) now has at least one confirmed case, meaning all ZIP codes in Warren County have at least one case.
According to the data, eight COVID-19 patients are hospitalized. None are in the adult ICU or are on a ventilator.
The county still has just a single reported COVID-19 death.
The cumulative case count includes those cases the state considers “recovered.”
A case is considered recovered “if a case has not been reported as a death, and it is more than 30 days past the date of their first positive test (or onset of symptoms) then an individual is considered recovered,” according to the Department of Health.