The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported Friday that there were seven new coronavirus cases in Crawford County.
The increase brings the county’s total to 30 cases since the state began tracking more than two months ago.
The county had its 23rd case reported on Wednesday.
The Department of Health did not release information on any of the new cases.
The state did release information that five confirmed cases are from the Spartansburg ZIP code (16434), which does extend into Warren County, and six cases from the Edinboro ZIP code (16412), which extends into Crawford County. All other ZIP code data has been redacted. You can view the information here.
Meadville Medical Center said it has stopped issuing a daily report from its coronavirus clinic with Crawford County entering the green phase Friday and with the state issuing a daily report. The hospital did confirm with the Tribune that one of the seven cases was tested at the hospital.
The DOH reported 693 cases across the state on Friday.
With new cases on Friday the state has now had 70,735 confirmed cases. Of that total, the state Department of Health estimates 65 percent of those patients have recovered.
State health officials confirmed 91 new deaths.
Crawford County moved into the green phase today.
Statewide, there are now 1,550 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 including 298 on ventilators, a drop of 16 from Thursday.