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Pennsylvania sees deaths from COVID-19 climb to nearly 1,600

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania health officials say nearly 900 additional cases of COVID-19 infection have been reported in the state, raising the total to more than 42,000 since the pandemic began.

State officials say there have been nearly 1,600 deaths from the coronavirus outbreak so far. About 50 additional deaths were reported Monday. The disease has spread to every county in the state.

The numbers are holding steady in Lawrence and Mercer Counties.  As of Monday, Lawrence County had 61 confirmed cases with five deaths.  Mercer County had 65 cases and one death.

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