COVID-19 Cases in Westmoreland County

Westmoreland County, PA COVID-19 case data from PA DOH
  1. COVID-19 case count graphics are updated Monday-Friday by the end of business (4 PM). A weekend recap will be shown on Monday’s graphs for awareness.

    As of January 22, 2021 

    The graphic shows the following data specifically for Westmoreland County:

    • 23,822 (+91) Total Cases from the beginning of US domestic cases being reported 
    • 17,264 Confirmed Cases 
    • 6,558 Probable Cases representing that a person has met the clinical criteria but presumptive or non-confirmed laboratory testing performed for COVID-19
    • 79,140 (76.86%) Negative Test Results shows the testing completed less the confirmed cases number
    • 560 Deaths as confirmed by the DOH through the National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (NEDSS)
    Graphics provided by Westmoreland County Department of Public Safety

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  1. Daily Increase
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  3. Cases Since Mar 28
Westmoreland County Weekly COVID-19 Update

Coroner Reported COVID-19 Deaths

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    WESTMORELAND COUNTY "LIVE TIME" 
    COVID-19 CONFIRMED DEATHS - 369

    *BASED ON THE DECEDENT'S PLACE OF DEATH BEING IN WESTMORELAND COUNTY, NOT BY RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS.

    AS OF: JANUARY 21, 2021 - 11:00 PM
    *THE ABOVE DATE/TIME WILL ONLY BE UPDATED WHEN A NEW CASE IS REPORTED TO THE OFFICE.

    CONFIRMED BY POSITIVE TESTING: 362
    PRESUMED BY SYMPTOMS (NO TESTING): 7

    MALES: 186
    FEMALES: 183
    RACE: WHITE: 361
                BLACK:  5
                 ASIAN: 2
           HISPANIC: 1
    OLDEST: 109
    YOUNGEST: 36
    AVERAGE AGE: 81



     

CORONER vs. PA DOH Death Count:
The Coroner’s report of deaths is an accurate report of the deaths that actually occurred within Westmoreland County, whether that be within the hospital, a nursing home, or residence.

The reason the PA DOH is reporting more deaths is because under a pandemic their reporting is done via residency. Therefore even if the death occurred in a hospital or nursing home in another county, as long as that individual still maintains a street address in Westmoreland County it gets added to our County’s total.