The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed Sunday, April 5, that Lebanon County now has 106 cases of the novel coronavirus, a jump of 19 cases compared to figures published Saturday.

Nearly half of the county’s currently confirmed cases have been registered in the past two days.

The current statewide positive count is 11,510, with 150 deaths. The state has recorded 66,261 negative tests.

As far as neighboring counties:

  • Berks County – 276 cases, three deaths
  • Dauphin County – 118 cases, one death
  • Lancaster County – 371 cases, eight deaths
  • Schuylkill County – 90 cases

Here’s how Lebanon County’s confirmed case count has grown over the past few weeks.

Citing HIPAA concerns, the Pennsylvania Department of Health does not release municipality-level or other demographic attributes of confirmed cases to either the public or to Lebanon County administration.

Here is a chart maintained by the Pennsylvania Capital-Star which shows how total tests across the state compare to positive tests.

The state does not track, at least publicly, the total number of tests at the county level.


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