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Pennsylvania COVID-19 Cases Up To 21

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The Pennsylvania Department of Health said Thursday morning the number of positive COVID-19 cases has reached 21.

Two cases have been confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The other 19 are presumed positive.

So far, 196 people in Pennsylvania have been under investigation for coronavirus. Of those tests, 100 have come back negative and 75 are still pending results. 

All of the 21 positive cases are currently in the eastern part of the state in Bucks, Delaware, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia and Wayne counties. 

No cases have been confirmed in Allegheny County. 

Sarah Kovash previously worked as a web producer for KDKA-TV, as a freelance journalist for the Valley News Dispatch covering local government throughout the Alle-Kiski Valley and at NPR station KPBS in San Diego.
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