888 new cases reported Saturday, plus 15 more deaths

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McPherson county reports four new cases of COVID-19

Jackson County Public Health is reporting 18 new cases of COVID-19.

Coles County Health Department is continuing to receive a high volume of COVID-19 positive cases throughout the day.

The state has reported 112,936 total positive cases in nearly five months. In addition, 643 people have had positive antibody tests and either symptoms or high-risk exposure and are considered probable cases, but aren't counted among the positive cases. According to the Agency for Health Care Administration as of 10 a.m. today there are 80 persons in Bay County hospitals with COVID-19. Bay County's overall COVID-19 positive testing rate is 16 percent.

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo issued an executive order on June 24 that requires individuals traveling to ny from states with high COVID-19 rates to quarantine for 14 days.

In Southwestern Pennsylvania, Allegheny's 66 new cases raised its total to 8,094.

During the seven-day period that ended Thursday, the state logged 218 more new infections than during the previous seven days.

Allegheny County had the third most new cases reported (66) behind Philadelphia County (167) and DE (101).

The state is also reporting that there are now 579 covid-19 patients hospitalized, with 89 on ventilators.

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