Bucks County reported 1,143 cases and six deaths in the last week. The week prior, it had reported 690 cases and four deaths, a 65.7% increase.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Buck County has reported 134,394 cases and 1,946 deaths.

Adding the largest number of new cases overall was Philadelphia County, with 2,185 cases; Allegheny County, with 2,053 cases; and Montgomery County, with 1,405.

New coronavirus cases leaped in Pennsylvania in the week ending Sunday, rising 53.3% as 18,900 cases were reported. The previous week had 12,326 new cases of the virus that causes COVID-19.

Weekly case counts rose in 63 counties from the previous week. The worst increases from the prior week were in Allegheny, Philadelphia, and Bucks counties.

According to Johns Hopkins University, a total of 3,006,257 people in Pennsylvania have tested positive for the coronavirus since the pandemic began, and 45,766 people have died from the disease. In the US, 87,843,561 people have tested positive and 1,017,848 people have died.

New coronavirus cases jumped in Pennsylvania in the week ending Sunday, rising 53.3% as 18,900 cases were reported. The previous week had 12,326 new cases of the virus that causes COVID-19.

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