New COVID-19 Cases Falling In Pennsylvania

Across the commonwealth, there were 2,100 fewer new cases in the seven-day period ending Friday than there were the week before. The seven-day average of new cases across Pennsylvania is 414, a number that hasn't been seen since June last year.

Compare that to the spring spike of around 5,000 in mid-April.

Statewide the COVID-19 test positivity rate is 2.9%, down from almost 10% in mid-April. Under 5% has been the goal.

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