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The following data includes all counts since March 14, when the first case was reported in the county:

Confirmed cases – 720
Hospitalization (past or present) – 113
Deaths – 10
(All ten deaths are individuals who were over the age of 65.)

To those who are or have been impacted by COVID-19, our thoughts are with you and, particularly, with those who have lost loved ones.

The ages and genders of those in the county who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below.

Ages—Number confirmed (percentage—all percents rounded)

The storm last night took down trees and power lines in Castle Shannon. Large trees fell on Riehl Drive and Oakdale Ave,  and power lines were knocked out on Hamilton Road. All known outages were reported, but Duquesne Light doesn't seem to have all the tickets. If your power is out, be sure to call 888.393.7000 or visit their website: https://www.duquesnelight.com/storm-home to make sure they are aware of all affected homes. We will continue to advocate for known outages.

Duquesne Light got to us early! They are sure to be busy today. Hamilton Rd is open and they are working to restore power in the area.

Hamilton Rd is closed between the Bethel Park boundary and Rte 88 due to a power line down in the road way.

Drivers should avoid the route until Duquesne Light crews can mobilize to address the situation.

The following data includes all counts since March 14, when the first case was reported in the county:

Confirmed cases – 689
Hospitalization (past or present) – 101
Deaths – 6

To those who are or have been impacted by COVID-19, our thoughts are with you and, particularly, with those who have lost loved ones.

Around the date of 3/26/2020 a burglary occurred on Graystone Road in East Petersburg during which the residential furnace system with evaporator coil was stolen.  Taken was:

Furnace:

Make: Amana

Model: AMES920603BN

Serial number: 1909001373

Evaporator Coil:

Model: JG32136D175B1601AP

Serial number: S7119H03923

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The Lower Allen Township would like to remind all residents and visitors that all township parks are closed due to COVID-19. The only exception to the closure is that walking and biking trails remain open. Please remember to maintain social distancing while walking. Thank you for your cooperation during these unprecedented times 

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