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Breakdown for Sunday, June 7: Only 12 Pa. deaths, but Dauphin, Lancaster counties among them

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The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed 506 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 75,592 in all 67 counties.

The state also reported 12 new deaths, for 5,943 total, in 55 counties.

Sunday’s statewide increase was about 0.67 percent. The highest one-day increase in total cases statewide was 1,989 on April 9.

A grid of deaths by county is at the bottom, below the region and county breakdown of cases.

REGION POSITIVE INCREASE NEGATIVE TESTS NEGATIVE TEST INCREASE

NORTHCENTRAL

(Bradford, Centre, Clinton, Columbia, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland,
Potter, Snyder,
Sullivan, Tioga,
Union)

1,124 9 17,470 337

NORTHEAST

(Carbon,
Lackawanna,
Lehigh, Luzerne,
Monroe,
Northampton, Pike, Susquehanna,
Wayne, Wyoming)

13,444 44 67,497 1,207

NORTHWEST

(Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Erie, Forest, Jefferson, Lawrence, McKean, Mercer, Venango, Warren)

616 5 16,546 382

SOUTHCENTRAL

(Adams, Bedford,
Blair, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin,
Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Lebanon,
Mifflin, Perry, York)

5,731 117 57,336 1,400

SOUTHEAST

(Berks, Bucks,
Chester, Delaware, Lancaster,
Montgomery, Philadelphia,
Schuylkill)

48,967 300 210,543 4,009

SOUTHWEST

(Allegheny,
Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Cambria,
Fayette, Greene,
Indiana, Somerset, Washington, Westmoreland)

3,597 25 74,781 1,716
COUNTY POSITIVE INCREASE NEGATIVE TESTS NEGATIVE TEST INCREASE
Adams 273 4 3,644 109
Allegheny 2,003 14 35,278 850
Armstrong 65 0 1,418 5
Beaver 603 5 4,325 112
Bedford 44 1 912 17
Berks 4,201 17 13,914 270
Blair 53 0 3,286 41
Bradford 46 0 1,892 7
Bucks 5,261 18 23,274 475
Butler 247 3 4,199 49
Cambria 59 0 4,585 92
Cameron 2 0 148 0
Carbon 249 1 2,830 46
Centre 156 1 2,459 60
Chester 3,053 39 16,359 372
Clarion 27 0 737 7
Clearfield 44 0 1,293 29
Clinton 60 0 748 18
Columbia 364 3 1,615 18
Crawford 30 0 1,259 28
Cumberland 669 4 6,879 99
Dauphin 1,481 30 11,897 306
Delaware 6,688 29 24,706 439
Elk 6 0 376 4
Erie 367 4 6,548 174
Fayette 95 0 3,717 84
Forest 7 0 96 2
Franklin 795 3 5,690 82
Fulton 16 0 273 10
Greene 27 0 901 21
Huntingdon 236 0 995 11
Indiana 92 1 1,561 13
Jefferson 16 0 593 17
Juniata 97 1 417 6
Lackawanna 1,583 4 7,347 195
Lancaster 3,461 57 18,680 307
Lawrence 85 1 1,630 15
Lebanon 1,062 41 5,381 190
Lehigh 3,858 12 16,365 247
Luzerne 2,793 2 13,033 235
Lycoming 167 1 2,674 46
McKean 13 0 755 37
Mercer 111 0 1,964 40
Mifflin 59 0 1,418 20
Monroe 1,338 0 7,028 189
Montgomery 7,582 40 39,938 857
Montour 53 0 3,474 48
Northampton 3,151 7 15,788 203
Northumberland 209 1 1,791 76
Perry 68 1 946 14
Philadelphia 19,213 103 67,962 1,234
Pike 482 1 2,243 39
Potter 11 0 170 0
Schuylkill 656 0 5,710 55
Snyder 55 1 491 18
Somerset 39 0 2,261 94
Sullivan 3 0 109 2
Susquehanna 148 15 995 4
Tioga 19 0 675 10
Union 73 2 1,372 34
Venango 15 0 673 19
Warren 5 0 474 10
Washington 147 1 5,166 141
Wayne 126 3 1,252 31
Westmoreland 459 2 11,370 255
Wyoming 34 0 616 18
York 1,082 33 15,598 495
COUNTY DEATHS INCREASE COUNTY POPULATION DEATH RATE PER 100,000 RESIDENTS
Adams 8 0 102,811 7.8
Allegheny 168 0 1,218,452 13.8
Armstrong 5 0 65,263 7.7
Beaver 74 0 164,742 44.9
Bedford 2 0 48,176 4.2
Berks 333 0 420,152 79.3
Blair 1 0 122,492 0.8
Bradford 3 0 60,833 4.9
Bucks 529 0 628,195 84.2
Butler 12 0 187,888 6.4
Cambria 2 0 131,730 1.5
Carbon 24 0 64,227 37.4
Centre 7 0 162,805 4.3
Chester 297 0 522,046 56.9
Clarion 2 0 38,779 5.2
Clinton 3 0 38,684 7.8
Columbia 31 0 65,456 47.4
Cumberland 57 0 251,423 22.7
Dauphin 91 1 277,097 32.8
Delaware 597 1 564,751 105.7
Erie 5 0 272,061 1.8
Fayette 4 0 130,441 3.1
Franklin 39 0 154,835 25.2
Fulton 1 0 14,523 6.9
Huntingdon 4 0 45,168 8.9
Indiana 5 0 84,501 5.9
Juniata 4 0 24,704 16.2
Lackawanna 187 0 210,793 88.7
Lancaster 318 1 543,557 58.5
Lawrence 8 0 86,184 9.3
Lebanon 37 0 141,314 26.2
Lehigh 248 0 368,100 67.4
Luzerne 157 0 317,646 49.4
Lycoming 17 0 113,664 15.0
Mckean 1 0 40,968 2.4
Mercer 6 0 110,683 5.4
Mifflin 1 0 46,222 2.2
Monroe 102 0 169,507 60.2
Montgomery 725 1 828,604 87.5
Northampton 232 1 304,807 76.1
Northumberland 3 0 91,083 3.3
Perry 3 0 46,139 6.5
Philadelphia 1,420 6 1,584,138 89.6
Pike 20 0 55,933 35.8
Schuylkill 39 1 142,067 27.5
Snyder 1 0 40,540 2.5
Somerset 1 0 73,952 1.4
Susquehanna 16 0 40,589 39.4
Tioga 2 0 40,763 4.9
Union 2 0 44,785 4.5
Washington 6 0 207,346 2.9
Wayne 9 0 51,276 17.6
Westmoreland 38 0 350,611 10.8
Wyoming 7 0 27,046 25.9
York 29 0 448,273 6.5