A state report Thursday attributed another 12 confirmed COVID cases to Butler County.
According to Thursday's report by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Butler County's confirmed case count is 649, which represents the total since the beginning of the pandemic. Sixteen Butler County residents have died due to complications from the virus.
Both Wednesday and Thursday, the county added 31 cases, but a widely publicized delay in testing results could be to blame.
At 1 p.m. Thursday, Gov. Tom Wolf and members of hold a news conference regarding a report from the Health Disparity Task Force.
The following numbers on the coronavirus pandemic were compiled from regular news releases from the state Department of Health.
Thursday's COVID-19 statistics:
Confirmed cases: 649
Probable cases: 58
Negative tests: 15,072
New cases: 991
Total cases: 122,121
New deaths: 24
Total deaths: 7,409
Recovered: 78 percent
Allegheny: 8,947 confirmed cases; 126,924 negative; and 260 deaths
Armstrong: 236 confirmed; 4,409 negative; and 8 deaths
Beaver: 1,336 confirmed; 13,913 negative; and 93 deaths
Clarion: 79 confirmed; 2,179 negative; and 2 deaths
Lawrence: 360 confirmed; 5,701 negative; and 16 deaths
Mercer: 413 confirmed; 8,644 negative; and 12 deaths
Venango: 52 confirmed and 3,698 negative
Westmoreland: 1,542 confirmed; 32,901 negative; and 47 deaths.