HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania health officials are releasing ZIP code-level information about coronavirus cases. They've published an interactive map with the numbers of confirmed cases, negative virus tests and COVID-19 deaths.
Health Secretary Rachel Levine says even residents in communities with a relatively low number of confirmed cases should continue to heed social distancing rules.
She says a lack of widespread testing means the actual number of people with the virus is far higher than the statistics show. More than 34,000 people statewide have tested positive, and the state reports more than 1,500 deaths.
Use the map on the Department of Health's website by clicking here. View cases by zip code, click the "Zip Code Data" tab below the map.