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Pennsylvania’s fall surge of COVID-19 cases continued unabated Wednesday as the state reached another all-time high in cases, with 4,711 people testing positive for the disease, the state Health Department said Wednesday.
That’s an increase of 350 cases from Tuesday’s previous peak high of 4,361 cases. The Health Department has confirmed a total of 243,368 cases in all 67 have tested positive since the pandemic began in March. The agency confirmed a total of 59 new deaths, for a total of 9,145 fatalities statewide.
The Health Department said it had administered 354,972 tests between Nov. 4 and Nov. 10, resulting in a total 23,786 positive cases.
As of Wednesday, 1,948 individuals were hospitalized with COVID-19, with 417 patients in intensive care units, the Health Department said. The majority of those hospitalized are aged 65 and older, the agency said.
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