Weekly Rates of COVID-19 Continued To Drop in Delaware County in June

COVID-19 testing in a Pennsylvania lab

The week of June 18 to June 24 showed the number of positive counts of new COVID-19 cases in Delaware County continues to decline, with numbers remaining very low, according to the Chester County Health Department.

This past week showed only 47 cases, compared to 65 the week before.

A month ago, the county was experiencing a weekly rate of 127 positive cases of COVID-19 in a seven-day period.

The weekly rates information comes from a 4-week rates summary provided by the Chester County Health Department.

The health department also released its most recent 4-week summary regarding COVID-19 testing in Delaware County. The positive PCR test count has also dropped this past week compared to previous weeks.

No COVID-19 county or municipal statistics, including the number of cases and COVID-19 deaths were available from the Chester County Health Department over the weekend,

For information and resources concerning the coronavirus, visit the county website here.

Pennsylvania data

The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed as of noon, June 28, that there were 304 additional cases of COVID-19 statewide since statistics were last reported June 25. The current statewide total COVID-19 cases are 1,211,603.

There were 18 additional COVID-19 deaths statewide June 28 since statistics were last reported June 25. Total deaths statewide are now 27,654.