UPDATE: August 14, 2020 1PM

COVID-19 Cases by Geography to Date
per Pennsylvania Department of Health
Data updated as of 12:00pm on 8/14/2020

County Total Cases 1 Confirmed Cases Probable Cases Negative Tests 2 Deaths New cases since 8/13 New deaths since 8/13
Pennsylvania 122,950 119,512 3,438 1,304,739 7,445 +829 +36
10-County Region 15,603 15,032 571 239,042 476 +154 +8
Allegheny 9,282 8,996 286 128,102 265 +90 +5
Armstrong 242 241 1 4,448 8 +5
Beaver 1,382 1,344 38 14,164 93 +8
Butler 710 652 58 15,343 17 +3 +1
Fayette 609 588 21 10,442 6 +14
Greene 123 113 10 3,174 1 +2
Indiana 351 330 21 6,631 7 +8
Lawrence 420 366 54 5,742 16 +6
Washington 891 853 38 17,896 16 +11 +2
Westmoreland 1,593 1,549 44 33,100 47 +7

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.
Case data from PA-NEDSS.  Death data is a combination of PA-NEDSS and EDRS


COVID-19 Tests to Date and Cases per 100K
per Pennsylvania Department of Health
Data updated as of 12:00pm on 8/14/2020

County Total Tested per 100K 1 Change from 8/7 Cases per 100K 2 Change from 8/7
Pennsylvania 11,162 8.4% 85.23 -6.9%
10-County Region 9,985 8.4% 89.56 -22.2%
Allegheny 11,210 7.7% 96.94 -29.9%
Armstrong 7,071 8.3% 94.98 -4.5%
Beaver 9,315 11.3% 101.86 -19.0%
Butler 8,604 11.3% 60.57 2.7%
Fayette 8,354 10.9% 167.81 29.8%
Greene 8,876 7.4% 43.08 -11.1%
Indiana 8,142 11.7% 110.78 -18.1%
Lawrence 7,052 8.6% 93.84 -29.9%
Washington 9,052 10.1% 72.75 -17.9%
Westmoreland 9,780 6.5% 51.87 -25.8%

1 Tested per 100,000 residents represents the cumulative sum of tests within the specified geography

2 Cases per 100K represents the 14 day sum of new cases per 100,000 residents’


REGIONAL: COVID-19 Cases Associated with
Nursing Homes and Personal Care Homes to Date
per Pennsylvania Department of Health
Data updated as of 12:00pm on 8/14/2020

County Facilities with Cases Cases Among Residents Cases Among Employees
10-County Region 180 1,918 582
Allegheny 90 1,049 360
Armstrong 7 41 9
Beaver 8 485 74
Butler 16 30 18
Fayette 6 9 11
Greene 2 2 2
Indiana 11 29 10
Lawrence 8 47 39
Washington 10 36 8
Westmoreland 22 190 51


State Coronavirus Updates

  • 8.11.2020 Governor Wolf
    • Press conference around a manufacturing expansion that is focusing on COVID testing.
  • 8.13.2020 Governor Wolf
    • Press conference regarding health disparities and the new task force who released a Health Disparity Report.
  • Wolf and Lt. Gov. Fetterman Announce Pennsylvania COVID-19 Response Task Force for Health Disparity Report: In mid-April, Governor Tom Wolf and Lt. Governor John Fetterman announced the creation of a COVID-19 Response Task Force for Health Disparity to help communicate issues about how the pandemic is affecting the state’s minority and marginalized populations. “About a month after the first cases of COVID-19 were identified in Pennsylvania, I asked Lt. Gov. Fetterman to chair a new task force that would identify any differences in health outcomes for different populations,” Gov. Wolf said. “And to make recommendations to ensure every Pennsylvanian, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, or socioeconomic background, has equal opportunity to survive and thrive during this pandemic and beyond.” Read more: https://dingo.telicon.com/PA/library/2020/2020081376.HTM
  • Department of Agriculture Releases COVID-19 Restaurant Enforcement Actions: The Department of Agriculture released data related to COVID-19 restaurant enforcement actions from August 3 through August 9, 2020. The information is specific to COVID-19 mitigation requirements for restaurants including social distancing, masking, and occupancy limits. Read more: https://dingo.telicon.com/PA/library/2020/2020081276.HTM
  • Wolf Administration Reminds Pennsylvanians of Importance of Contact Tracing, Advises of Possible Scams: The Pennsylvania departments of Health and Aging warned Pennsylvanians about contact tracing scams and emphasized the need to stay alert as COVID-19 remains a threat in our communities. Scams might include a caller asking for someone’s Social Security number or payment for tracing services – neither of which are ever a component of a contact tracing inquiry. Read more: https://dingo.telicon.com/PA/library/2020/2020081280.HTM
  • Governor Wolf Announces 2020 PHARE Funding to Support Affordable Housing Across Pennsylvania: Governor Tom Wolf announced recipients of a new round of funding for housing programs made available through the Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement (PHARE) fund. The governor named 214 housing and community development initiatives in 67 counties that will share a portion of the total $45.79 million in PHARE funding. The PHARE fund, which is sometimes referred to as the state Housing Trust Fund, is managed by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency. Read more: https://dingo.telicon.com/PA/library/2020/2020081377.HTM
  • Governor Wolf Announces Funding for Affordable Rental Housing: Governor Tom Wolf announced awards totaling $42 million in Low Income Housing Tax Credits, $6.08 million in PennHOMES funding, and $12.6 million in National Housing Trust Funds for the construction of 36 affordable multifamily housing developments in Pennsylvania. The federal tax credits are administered by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency and were approved by its board. Read more: https://www.governor.pa.gov/newsroom/governor-wolf-announces-funding-for-affordable-rental-housing/
  • When could your school close because of coronavirus? Pa. releases recommendations: Pennsylvania state government agencies are providing school leaders with advice about how to respond when students or employees with confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been on school property, from cleaning and tracing their contacts to shutting down buildings for two weeks or longer. Read more: https://www.pennlive.com/news/2020/08/when-could-your-school-close-because-of-coronavirus-pa-releases-recommendations.html


Regional Coronavirus Updates

  • Allegheny County Department of Health
    • There are 766 past or present hospitalizations (+11). In the newest cases (tested July 31 through August 13), ages range from 1 to 96 years with the median age being 43.
  • North Hills School District
  • West Mifflin School District
  • Urban Redevelopment Authority
    • PNC Foundation Awards $10 Million Investment to URA to Support Equitable Initiatives Citywide – The PNC Foundation has awarded the Authority a $10 million non-revolving line of credit to support equitable economic recovery initiatives citywide. The funds will be dispersed as follows:
      • $6.5 million to be used for the COVID-19 Recovery Loan Fund
      • $1 million to be used for Catapult: Startup to Storefront Program
      • $2.5 million to be transferred to Invest PGH, Inc.- an emerging community development financing institution (CDFI) being incubated by the URA

Read more: https://www.ura.org/news/pnc-foundation-awards-10-million-investment-to-ura-to-support-equitable-initiatives-citywide


Federal Coronavirus Updates

  • Department of Labor
    • U.S. Department Of Labor Announces Guidance For The Lost Wages Assistance Program To Provide Needed Relief To Americans: The U.S. Department of Labor announced the release of guidance to help states implement the Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) program. LWA is authorized by Presidential Memorandum, and provides claimants in most Unemployment Insurance (UI) programs up to $400 per week additional benefits, starting with weeks of unemployment ending on or after Aug. 1, 2020, and ending Dec. 27, 2020 at the latest. LWA will be administered by states and territories through a grant agreement with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and with support from the Labor Department. Read more: https://www.dol.gov/newsroom/releases/eta/eta20200812-0
  • Department of Health and Human Services


National Coronavirus Updates