2 new presumptive positive coronavirus cases in Montgomery County bring Pa. total to 6

The Pennsylvania Department of Health announced two new cases of presumptive positive COVD-19 in Montgomery County, bringing the state’s total to six cases.

It was announced Sunday afternoon by Montgomery County officials and the Office of Public Health the two adults in Montgomery County are a male and female living in the same residence in Lower Merion Township. They were experiencing mild symptoms and were isolated in their home. Officials said each was exposed while traveling to a place, out of the country, where COVID-19 was present.

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The first two cases from Montgomery County were announced Saturday by Gov. Tom Wolf. Montgomery County officials stated those two patients were an adult male and female in separate areas of the county. They were experiencing mild symptoms and they were isolated in their homes. Those two patients were exsposed while traveling to a part of the United States where the disease is present.

The total nmber of Pennsylvania cases now stands at six. 

For more information on coronavirus and what the Pennsylvania Department of Health is doing to combat the outbreak, click here. Montgomery County has information regarding their response to the disease here.


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