Butler County Wednesday added another death due to COVID-19 on Wednesday and added 19 confirmed cases, according to state data.
According to Wednesday's report by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the county's death toll rose to 16, reflecting one new death to a county resident due to complications for COVID-19.
The report also listed the county's total of confirmed cases at 637 since the pandemic began, reflecting a 19 case increase since Tuesday.
A report by Butler Health System on Wednesday did not list any recent deaths at either Butler Memorial Hospital or Clarion Hospital. Deaths are recorded based on the person's permanent residence.
The following numbers on the coronavirus pandemic were compiled from regular news releases from the state Department of Health.
Wednesday's COVID-19 statistics:
Confirmed cases: 637
Probable cases: 58
Negative tests: 14,770
Butler Memorial Hospital
Total tests: 15,408
Outdoor tests: 5,665
Positive tests: 298
Total tests: 3,782
Outdoor tests: 2,931
Positive tests: 84
New cases: 849
Total cases: 121,130
New deaths: 33
Total deaths: 7,385
Recovered: 78 percent
Allegheny: 9,078 confirmed cases; 125,169 negative; and 259 deaths
Armstrong: 229 confirmed; 4,352 negative; and 8 deaths
Beaver: 1,313 confirmed; 13,594 negative; and 93 deaths
Clarion: 79 confirmed; 2,159 negative; and 2 deaths
Lawrence: 346 confirmed; 5,634 negative; and 16 deaths
Mercer: 391 confirmed; 8,551 negative; and 11 deaths
Venango: 52 confirmed and 3,687 negative
Westmoreland: 1,530 confirmed; 32,609 negative; and 47 deaths.