The county has now reported 38 deaths in October, the highest total since 113 in January. The county reported 21 deaths in September.
Cumberland County has now reported 33 deaths in October, the highest total since 36 in February. The county totaled 21 deaths in September.
Holy Spirit Medical Center in Camp Hill has 26 COVID patients. Nine are fully vaccinated adults and 17 unvaccinated adults.
The number of new cases of COVID-19 were down this weekend compared to last weekend in Cumberland County, though the number of overall tests reported also fell this past weekend.
The southcentral region reported 1,066 cases and 20 deaths Friday, with 256 cases in York County, 152 cases in Dauphin County, and 126 cases in Franklin County.
The county has now reported 24 deaths in October, the highest total since 36 in February, with all of those coming in the last nine days. The county totaled 21 deaths in September.
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The number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 increased to 114 in Wednesday's report, seven more than Tuesday.
The number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 increased to 107 in Tuesday's report, five more than Monday.
The number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 was 102 in Monday's report, the same as Sunday. There are 20 adults in intensive care and 16 on ventilators.
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Weekend case numbers fell slightly in Cumberland, Dauphin and Adams counties compared to last weekend, though holiday weekend reporting could be slower and the state's dashboard did not update the number of deaths.
Cumberland County totaled 15 deaths due to COVID 19 in the past seven days, and has now had 100 or more cases in 15 of the past 17 days.
With a second straight day of six additional deaths for the county, that marks he first time since Jan. 27-28 (12) the county has totaled 12 or more deaths in a two-day period.
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The southcentral region reported 858 cases and 21 deaths Wednesday, with 226 cases in York County, 127 cases in Franklin County and 111 cases in Dauphin County.
Eleven adult ICU beds remain open of the 111 currently staffed across the county, and 36 of 99 ventilators in the county are in use.
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The number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 increased to 97 in Monday's report, up one from Sunday. There are 18 adults in intensive care and 13 on ventilators.
For the eleventh time in the last 12 days, Cumberland County again saw more than 100 new cases of COVID-19 reported each day of this past weekend.
The state Department of Health reported 107 new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths for Cumberland County Friday.
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The state Department of Health reported 108 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death for Cumberland County Thursday.