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Bucks County Coronavirus Summary for July 29, 2020

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This guide with interactive tables, charts and maps illustrates the current status of COVID-19 in Bucks County. These data are updated daily.

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PA Department of Health provides update on COVID-19 – 834 positives bring statewide total to 110,218

The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed as of noon, July 29, that there are 839 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 110,218. All 67 counties in Pennsylvania have cases of COVID-19. There are 7,162 total deaths attributed to COVID-19, an increase of 16 new deaths reported.
 
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Allegheny County is reporting an increase of 125 cases and Philadelphia County is reporting an increase of 111 cases.

Numbers by county

  • Bucks County 6,796 cases and 574 deaths
  • Chester County 4,745 cases and 342 deaths
  • Delaware County 8,551 cases and 684 deaths
  • Lehigh County 4,775 cases and 335 deaths
  • Montgomery County 9,673 cases and 846 deaths
  • Northampton County 3,806 cases and 289 deaths
  • Philadelphia 25,407 cases and 1,675 deaths
The number of tests administered within the last 7 days between July 22 and July 28 is 161,894 with 6,619 positive cases. There were 20,503 test results reported to the department through 10 p.m., July 28. These results represent the total number of tests administered. 

New Jersey cases total 180,295

The New Jersey Department of Health announced that as of July 29 there are 180,766 cases of COVID-19 and 13,905 deaths plus 1,920 probable deaths. There are 7,984 Mercer County residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 and 570 people have died. In Mercer County, there are 18 new cases and also 43 probable deaths from COVID-19. Hunterdon County reports 1,125 cases and 70 confirmed deaths plus 56 probable deaths from COVID-19. There are 2 new case in Hunterdon County. In New Jersey, the rate of transmission is 1.14.



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