Bucks County Coronavirus Summary
Welcome to the Bucks County 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-2019) guide.
This page has the latest information on coronavirus in the county,
Department of Health provides update on COVID-19, 618 positives bring statewide total to 86,606
The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed as of noon, June
30, that there are 618 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing
the statewide total to 86,606. All 67 counties in Pennsylvania have
cases of COVID-19. There are 6,649 total deaths attributed to COVID-19,
an increase of 35 new deaths. Bucks County reports 5,744 cases and a
total of 563 deaths; Chester County 3,711 cases and 323 deaths; Delaware
County 7,201 cases and 653 deaths; Lehigh County 4,235 cases and 294
deaths; Montgomery County 8,448 cases and 798 deaths; Northampton County
3,413 cases and 266 deaths; Philadelphia 21,600 cases and 1,595 deaths.
There are 633 patients who have a positive serology test and either
COVID-19 symptoms or a high-risk exposure, which are considered probable
cases and not confirmed cases. There are 677,581 patients who have
tested negative to date.
New analysis: Pennsylvania receives “trending poorly” marks for COVID-19 containment measures
With America as a whole continuing to struggle in containing the
COVID-19 virus, PennPIRG released a new fact sheet today calling on
Pennsylvania to maintain all current restrictions related to COVID-19
and take additional measures to improve containment.
Pennsylvania extends Unemployment Compensation Benefits for 13 more weeks
Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) Secretary
Jerry Oleksiak said Monday that people who exhaust their regular
unemployment compensation (UC) and federal Pandemic Emergency
Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) may now qualify for 13 additional weeks
of payments through the state’s Unemployment Compensation Extended
State Police, Liquor Control Board remind licensed liquor establishments to require masks, follow social distancing
The Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement
(BLCE) and the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) have called on
licensed liquor establishments and their patrons to abide by social
distancing and masking requirements to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Snipes Farm and Education Center receives $3,000 mini grant through the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
Snipes Farm and Education Center has received a $3,000 mini grant
through the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
Environmental Education Grant Program.
Philadelphia pauses portions of reopening plan
Plans to resume indoor dining and reopen gyms in the city of
Philadelphia have been put on hold after a rise in coronavirus cases
last week, city health officials announced in a press briefing on
Tuesday. The city, which was set to fully enter the green phase on
Friday, is pausing some of its reopening plan after it became clear that
target goals would not be met by July 3, said Dr. Thomas Farley, city
health commissioner. Museums, libraries and shopping malls will open on
Friday. Indoor dining, however, as well as the reopening of gym and
fitness centers, will not be permitted until Aug. 1.
Horsham medical device manufacturer adds hand sanitizer to product line
Bio/Data Corporation, a local medical device manufacturer in Horsham,
announces the addition of Select Hand Sanitizer to its product line.
PennDOT, PSP urge responsible, designated driving ahead of Independence Day
As Pennsylvania continues to reopen, the Pennsylvania Department of
Transportation (PennDOT) and Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) are
reminding Pennsylvanians to celebrate responsibly ahead of the
Independence Day holiday.