The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed Saturday, April 3, that Lebanon County now has 87 cases of the novel coronavirus, a jump of 33 cases compared to figures published Friday.

The current statewide positive count is 10,017, with 136 deaths. The state has recorded 60,013 negative tests.

As far as neighboring counties:

  • Berks County – 235 cases, two deaths
  • Dauphin County – 99 cases, one death
  • Lancaster County – 291 cases, five deaths
  • Schuylkill County – 77 cases

Here’s how Lebanon County’s confirmed case count has grown over the past few weeks.

Citing HIPAA concerns, the Pennsylvania Department of Health does not release municipality-level or other demographic attributes of confirmed cases to either the public or to Lebanon County administration.

Read all of LebTown’s COVID-19 coverage here.

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