Delaware County now has two COVID-19-related fatalities and 97 reported cases of the virus, up 17 cases from yesterday’s total of 80, according to data from the Chester County Health Department.
Upper Darby Township still has the highest number of cases, at 18 as of Wednesday, March 25, at 3:25 p.m.
Upper Darby is followed by Radnor Township, with 10 cases; Nether Providence with eight, Marple Township with seven, Haverford Township with six and Ridley Township with five.
Newtown and Thornbury Townships have four cases.
Middletown, Morton, Ridley Park, Springfield, Swarthmore, Upper Chichester, and Upper Providence have three cases.
Bethel and Media have two cases.
Aston, Clifton Heights, Collingdale, Concord, Lansdowne, Norwood, Prospect Park, Sharon Hill, Trainer and Yeadon all report one case each.
The county had 797 people test negative for the virus.
Click on this table for a detailed breakdown of COVID-19 cases in Delaware County by municipality, age, gender and date reported. Table was updated as of 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 25. Click here to access the latest data on Delaware County..
The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting four more deaths and 276 more positive cases of COVID-19 in the state as of midnight, Wednesday, March 25.
That brings the number of fatalities to 11 and the total number of statewide cases to 1,127 in 44 counties.
Two deaths have been reported in Delaware County, three deaths in Northampton, two in Allegheny County, two in Lackawana, one in Montgomery County, one in Lackawanna, and one in Monroe County.
Philadelphia County leads with the most cases, at 257; followed by Montgomery County, at 172; and Delaware County at 97 cases.
There are 11,193 patients who have tested negative
The state began reporting positive coronavirus cases March 6, with two cases statewide.