Butler County saw an increase of one confirmed case to its total number of COVID-19 cases.
The state Department of Health reported Monday that Butler County's case total rose by one case to 203 since its last update Friday. The county's death toll remained at six.
Gov. Tom Wolf is scheduled to conduct a virtual news conference at 1:30 p.m. with Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency Director Randy Padfield, followed by Secretary of Health Rachel Levine's daily update at 2:15 p.m.
Butler Health System's number of inpatients continues to fluctuate, but spokeswoman Jana Panther said Butler Memorial Hospital has seen manageable numbers.
Heading into the weekend, eight patients were seeking treatment at the hospital, one of whom was being treated in the Intensive Care Unit.
BHS reported on Monday that two patients were being treated at the hospital with still one patient in the ICU.
According to Panther, the more Butler Memorial Hospital and Clarion Hospital see manageable numbers of COVID-19 cases, the more comfortable administrators are with reopening more services, which they have undertaken in the past month.
“Safe scheduling, distancing and many other precautions are in place,” Panther said. “Seek care when you need it, including preventive health services such as screening mammography and colonoscopy. Your doctor will assess your risk and advise you what is best for your health.”
The following numbers on the coronavirus pandemic are compiled daily from the Department of Health's website and regular releases from Butler Health System.
Monday's COVID-19 statistics:
Confirmed cases: 203
Negative tests: 2,992
New cases: 822
Total cases: 63,056
New deaths: 87
Total deaths: 4,505
Negative tests: 277,553
Allegheny: 1,603 confirmed cases; 22,239 negative test results; and 143 deaths
Armstrong: 58 confirmed; 960 negative; and 5 deaths
Beaver: 517 confirmed; 2,710 negative; and 83 deaths
Clarion: 24 confirmed; 587 negative; and 1 death
Lawrence: 72 confirmed; 978 negative; and 7 deaths
Mercer: 91 confirmed; 1,092 negative; and 2 deaths
Venango: 8 confirmed and 371 negative
Westmoreland: 427 confirmed; 7,094 negative; and 32 deaths
* The total number of cases includes confirmed and probable cases.
* The total deaths and new deaths include only confirmed deaths, which is a person who tested positive for the virus before their death.