No New Allegheny County Coronavirus Deaths Reported

Eric Heyl

PITTSBURGH, PA - There were no new coronavirus deaths Saturday in Allegheny County, the county health department announced Sunday. The death toll remains at 102.

The number of coronavirus cases in the county climbed to 1,345, up from 1,333 on Saturday and 1,319 on Friday.

Two hundred and thirty eight people have been hospitalized in the county during the outbreak, up from 237 on Saturday and 235 on Friday.

With 435 confirmed cases in Beaver County, 396 in Westmoreland County, 180 in Butler County and 118 in Washington County, that brings the total number of cases in the five-county
southwestern Pennsylvania region to2,474. That's up from 2,448 on Saturday and2,408 on Friday.


According to the state Department of Health, there have now been been 204 coronavirus deaths
thus far in the five-county region: One hundred and two in Allegheny County, 68 in Beaver County, 26 in Westmoreland County, six in Butler County and two in Washington County. That's up from 204 on Saturday and 197 on Friday.

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According to state Department of Health figures, Allegheny County has recorded the ninth-most coronavirus cases in the state behind Berks, Bucks, Delaware, Lehigh, Luzerene, Montgomery, Northampton and Philadelphia counties.

This article originally appeared on the Pittsburgh Patch