DAILY UPDATE: June 1, 2020 1 PM

STATE: Pennsylvania COVID-19 Statistics
per Pennsylvania Department of Health
Data updated as of 12:00pm on 6/1/2020

Total Cases 1 Negative Tests 2 Total Deaths Recovered 3
72,282 389,431 5,567 67%


1 Total case counts include confirmed and probable cases.
2 Negative case data only includes negative PCR tests. Negative case data does not include negative antibody tests.
3 Individuals who have recovered is determined using a calculation, similar to what is being done by several other states. If a case has not been reported as a death, and it is more than 30 days past the date of their first positive test (or onset of symptoms) then an individual is considered recovered.


STATE: Pennsylvania COVID-19 Statistics
per Pennsylvania Department of Health
Data updated as of 12:00pm on 6/1/2020

Total Cases 72,282
Confirmed Case 70,278
Probable cases by Definition and High-Risk Exposure 2,004

STATE: Cases by Age Range to Date
per Pennsylvania Department of Health

Data updated as of 12:00pm on 6/1/2020

Age Range Cases
0-4 <1%
5-12 <1%
13-18 2%
19-24 6%
25-49 37%
50-64 25%
65+ 28%


STATE: Hospitalization Rates by Age Range to Date
per Pennsylvania Department of Health
Data updated as of 12:00pm on 6/1/2020

Age Range Cases
​0-4 ​< 1%
5-12 ​< 1%
13-18 ​< 1%
19-24 1%
25-49 16%
50-64 26%
65+ 56%


REGIONAL: COVID-19 cases by county to Date
per Pennsylvania Department of Health
Data updated as of 12:00pm on 6/1/2020

County Positive Cases Negative Tests Deaths* New cases since 5/31 New deaths since 5/31
10-County Region 3,683 61,094 313 +9 +1
Allegheny 1,919 30,871 164 +8 +1
Armstrong 62 1,264 4
Beaver 590 3,838 73
Butler 230 3,771 12
Fayette 95 3,435 4
Greene 27 806 0
Indiana 91 1,446 5
Lawrence 80 1,377 8
Washington 140 4,563 5 +1
Westmoreland 449 9,723 38


* This information has been extracted from death records registered with the Department’s Vital Records Program as of 11:59 pm on May 31, 2020.


State Coronavirus Updates

  • 29.2020 Updates from Secretary Dr. Levine
    • As of 12 am Friday, May 29, there are 693 new positive cases; 70,735 positive cases now statewide in all 67 counties
    • 5,464 deaths are adults who tested positive
    • 64% of those with COVID-19 have recovered
  • Wolf Administration: Manufacturing PA Innovation Program Awards More Than $2.8 Million to Advance Manufacturing Technology: The Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) announced the approval of more than $2.8 million in grants through the Manufacturing PA initiative. The 43 projects receiving funding will spur new technologies and processes in the manufacturing sector. Read more: https://dingo.telicon.com/PA/library/2020/2020052962.HTM
  • Wolf Addresses Protests, Provides Update on Commonwealth Response: Governor Tom Wolf provided an update on the steps the commonwealth is taking in response to violence and looting following peaceful protests across Pennsylvania over the weekend to condemn racism, oppression and injustice. “Every Pennsylvanian should speak out against violence and oppression, and the recent murder of George Floyd in Minnesota has rightfully outraged many of us. Pennsylvanians are joining together to speak out against this injustice, and make their voices heard, peacefully,” Governor Wolf said. “But yesterday was a challenging day for many cities in our commonwealth as these peaceful protests were co-opted by violence and looting. This is unacceptable.” Read more: https://dingo.telicon.com/PA/library/2020/2020060189.HTM
  • Wolf Signs Budget to Sustain Education, Support Communities Amid Pandemic: As Pennsylvania continues to address public health and safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Tom Wolf signed a state budget that will provide 12 months of sustained public education funding at 2019-20 levels and makes important investments in communities and programs to help begin to restore the economy. Read more: https://dingo.telicon.com/PA/library/2020/2020052969.HTM
  • Wolf Administration to Distribute $80 Million in USDA Foods, Receives Extension of COVID-19 Disaster Food Distribution Extension: Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding announced that the Department of Agriculture has received approval to continue operating the Disaster Household Distribution program, through The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), to provide food to Pennsylvanians adversely affected by COVID-19 mitigation efforts. Originally approved by the USDA on March 27, the Disaster Household Distribution program, set to expire the end of May, has been approved through June 25. Read more: https://dingo.telicon.com/PA/library/2020/2020060175.HTM


Regional Coronavirus Updates

  • Allegheny County Department of Health
    • The Health Department thanks all of our frontline workers for keeping us healthy and safe. There are 340 past or present hospitalizations. All deaths are of individuals ranging in age from 42-103, with 85 being the median age of those who have died.
  • Green Phase
    • Tom Wolf announced Friday that most counties in southwestern Pennsylvania, including Allegheny, are to be designated as green June 5, which further allows their economies to reopen and with fewer restrictions. Those counties include Armstrong, Bedford, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington and Westmoreland. Beaver and Erie counties are the only two in Western Pennsylvania to continue in the yellow phase. Also, Mercer County in northwest Pennsylvania will move to green along with Blair, Clinton and Fulton counties. Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald said people, under the green phase, must continue to wear masks, maintain social distancing and take precautions to prevent a resurgence of COVID-19 as the county transitions.


National Coronavirus Updates

  • According to CNN, as of 12:00pm on Monday, June 1, 2020, there are 104,450 coronavirus-related deaths and 1,793,780 total positive cases in the United States.
  • Nearly 6 in 10 Americans say the coronavirus outbreak has exacted a severe economic toll on their communities, but a majority of a divided country still says controlling the virus’s spread is more important than trying to restart the economy, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll. The nationwide survey finds that despite the shared disruption of their daily lives since stay-at-home orders began, partisans differ sharply on how the country should move forward. In the starkest split, 57 percent of Americans overall and 81 percent of Democrats say trying to control the spread of the coronavirus is most important right now, even if it hurts the economy. A far smaller 27 percent of Republicans agree, while 66 percent of them say restarting the economy is more important, even if it hurts efforts to control the virus. Nearly 6 in 10 independents say their priority is trying to control the virus’s spread. Women, by more than 2 to 1, say controlling the spread of the virus should be the higher priority, while men are evenly split. Black Americans, who have suffered disproportionately from the virus, overwhelmingly favor controlling its spread, with about 3 in 4 citing this as their priority.