How COVID-19 has impacted Delaware Valley so far

As coronavirus continues to impact the communities around the world, health officials are continuously updating the number of cases affecting the Delaware Valley.

Officials expect the number of cases to rise as testing is made more widely available.

Here is where the Delaware Valley stands regarding active investigations and confirmed cases of COVID-19:

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (Office of Gov. Tom Wolf)

PENNSYLVANIA

There are currently at least 111,510 coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania, with 150 fatalities reported. Below is a breakdown of the cases by county:

– Adams County: 22

– Allegheny County: 605, including 4 deaths

– Armstrong County: 12

– Beaver County: 84, including 6 deaths

– Bedford County: 4

– Berks County: 276, including 5 deaths

– Blair County: 5

– Bradford County: 10

– Bucks County: 555, including 13 deaths

– Butler County: 87, including 2 deaths

– Cambria County: 7

– Cameron County: 1

– Carbon County: 50, including 1 death

– Centre County: 43

Chester County: 269, including 2 deaths

– Clarion County: 5

– Clearfield County: 7

– Clinton County: 1

– Columbia County: 22

– Crawford County: 7

Cumberland County: 58, including 2 deaths

– Dauphin County: 118, including 1 death

– Delaware County: 708, including 14 deaths

– Erie County: 19

– Fayette County: 27, including 1 death

– Forest County: 3

– Franklin County: 30

– Fulton County: 1

– Greene County: 12

– Huntingdon County: 4

– Indiana County: 13

– Juniata County: 7

– Lackawanna County: 172, including 6 deaths

– Lancaster County: 371, including 8 deaths

– Lawrence County: 23, including 2 deaths

– Lebanon County: 106

Lehigh County: 877, including 8 deaths

– Luzerne County: 741, including 5 deaths

– Lycoming County: 9

– Mckean County: 1

– Mercer County: 18

– Mifflin County: 9

– Monroe County: 528, including 11 deaths

– Montgomery County: 1,111, including 18 deaths

– Montour County: 37

Northampton County: 636, including 11 deaths

– Northumberland County: 14

– Perry County: 5, including 1 death

– Philadelphia County: 3,189, including 43 deaths

– Pike County: 114, including 1 death

– Potter County: 3

– Schuylkill County: 90

– Snyder County: 8, including 1 death

– Somerset County: 4

– Sullivan County: 1

– Susquehanna County: 6

– Tioga County: 3

– Union County: 6

– Venango County: 3

– Warren County: 1

– Washington County: 50

– Wayne County: 33

– Westmoreland County: 147

– Wyoming County: 5

– York County: 171, including 1 death

Gov. Tom Wolf has placed all of Pennsylvania under an order to stay at home, dramatically expanding the geographic footprint of the quarantine as state officials combat the coronavirus pandemic.

In one stroke, Wolf added 34 counties to his stay-home edict, meaning that residents of all 67 of Pennsylvania's counties must now stay home as much as possible to help slow the spread of COVID-19. The order will last through at least April 30.

With coronavirus infections continuing to rise dramatically in the state, Wolf called a statewide quarantine "the most prudent option."


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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli provide an update on the state's response to the deadly coronavirus. (Edwin J. Torres/Governor’s Office)

NEW JERSEY

The number of coronavirus cases in New Jersey has swelled to at least 37,505, with 917 deaths reported. Below is a breakdown of cases by county:

– Bergen County: 6,187, including 189 deaths

– Essex County: 4,082, including 172 deaths

– Hudson County: 3,924, including 87 deaths

– Passaic County: 3,227, including 42 deaths

– Union County: 3,216, including 71 deaths

– Middlesex County: 2,950, including 80 deaths

– Monmouth County: 2,354, including 58 deaths

– Ocean County: 2,177, including 62 deaths

– Morris County: 1,800, including 55 deaths

– Somerset County: 833, including 26 deaths

– Mercer County: 654, including 16 deaths

Camden County: 556, including 8 deaths

Burlington County: 547, including 11 deaths

– Sussex County: 267, including 9 deaths

Gloucester County: 248, including 3 deaths

– Warren County: 195, including 6 deaths

– Hunterdon County: 189, including 2 deaths

Atlantic County: 121, including 1 death

– Cape May County: 77, including 2 deaths

Cumberland County: 54, including 2 deaths

– Salem County: 26, including 2 deaths

Gov. Phil Murphy said Saturday that the state has now lost nearly more people than the number of residents killed during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

“Just as we have committed to never forgetting those lost on 9/11, we must commit to never forgetting those we are losing to this,” Murphy said, pausing for a moment of silence.

On Friday, Murphy ordered flags across the state to half-staff indefinitely to commemorate people who died from COVID-19.


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Delaware Gov. John Carney (Office of Gov. John Carney)

DELAWARE

There are currently 593 COVID-19 cases in Delaware, with 14 fatalities reported. Below is a breakdown of cases by county:

CASES:

– New Castle County: 400

– Kent County: 68

– Sussex County: 125

“The situation in Delaware is getting worse, and we expected it to,” Gov. John Carney said, adding that officials are particularly concerned about an expected surge in hospitalizations.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.