Based on the information found on the County’s COVID-19 website as well as the commissioner’s press conference Wednesday afternoon, here is quick snapshot of the spread of coronavirus across Montgomery County.
There were 60 new positive Montgomery County COVID-19 cases reported on Wednesday. These positive individuals are from 27 municipalities, four of which including Ambler, Lansdale, Schwenksville and Trappe, are in municipalities reporting their first cases.
A breakdown of Monday’s reported new positive cases follows:
- Age Range: 5 to 81
- Age Brackets: (1) 0-9, (1) 10 – 19, (9) 20 – 29, (9) 30 – 39, (11) 40 – 49, (13) 50 – 59, (10) 60 – 69, (3) 70 – 79, (3) 80 – 89
- Gender: 25 females, 35 males
- Hospitalized: (2) Yes, (8) No, (50) Unknown
The 60 new positive cases brings the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases to 219 countywide.
Of those 219 confirmed cases countywide, 119 are male, 100 are female.
The average age of individuals with COVID-19 is 48.5 years old with the youngest patient being a 1 year-old Royersford boy and a 95 year-old Cheltenham man, the oldest patient.
With the exception of the county’s northeast region, incidents of COVID-19 are spread across all of Montgomery County.
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The death of an 84 year-old Abington man from the coronavirus brings the number of deaths in the county to two, 18-percent of the deaths attributed to the coronavirus statewide.
The County’s total number of reported cases represent 19-percent of the 1,127 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases across Pennsylvania.
By comparison, as of noon Wednesday, with the exception of Philadelphia County, neighboring and surrounding counties continues to have fewer positive COVID-19 cases than Montgomery County:
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