Gov. Wolf announces two new presumptive positive cases of coronavirus; total now 4  WTAE PittsburghView Full Coverage on Google News
Wolf said both individuals are from Montgomery County, have mild symptoms and are in isolation at home. Wolf said both individuals are from Montgomery County, have mild symptoms and are in isolation at home.

Gov. Wolf announces two new presumptive positive cases of coronavirus; total now 4

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf says two new presumptive positive cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in Montgomery County, bringing the state's total to four.Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf says two new presumptive positive cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in Montgomery County, bringing the state's total to four.

Two more cases of the new coronavirus were announced in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania on Saturday.Two more cases of the new coronavirus were announced in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania on Saturday.

Gov. Wolf Announces 2 Coronavirus Cases in Montgomery County – NBC10 Philadelphia

It’s understandable why state officials are not providing more specific information.

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“Today we have our first two confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Pennsylvania. I want to assure Pennsylvanians that we are prepared for this. This is not the first rapidly spreading virus we have faced, and it certainly will not be our last. #COVID19”

Governor Tom Wolf on Twitter: "Today we have our first two confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Pennsylvania. I want to assure Pennsylvanians that we are prepared for this. This is not the first rapidly spreading virus we have faced, and it certainly will not be our last. #COVID19… https://t.co/ILgb2qeT4R"

“Breaking UPDATE: Two Montgomery County residents have “presumptive positive” Coronavirus. News release just out from PA Governor Tom Wolf. @FOX29philly”

Steve Keeley on Twitter: "Breaking UPDATE: Two Montgomery County residents have “presumptive positive” Coronavirus. News release just out from PA Governor Tom Wolf. @FOX29philly… https://t.co/2oxZ5Cl17l"

“Two new presumptive positive cases in PA announced by ⁦@GovernorTomWolf⁩ The two newest cases are in Montgomery County. @6abc”

Annie McCormick on Twitter: "Two new presumptive positive cases in PA announced by ⁦@GovernorTomWolf⁩ The two newest cases are in Montgomery County. @6abc… https://t.co/Kp6O0Oczip"

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Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf says two new presumptive positive cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in Montgomery County, bringing the state's total to four.Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf says two new presumptive positive cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in Montgomery County, bringing the state's total to four.

The declaration comes after the governor announced there are two presumed cases of coronavirus in Pennsylvania.The declaration comes after the governor announced there are two presumed cases of coronavirus in Pennsylvania.

CORONAVIRUS DISASTER DECLARATION: Pa. governor signs to provide more support for state response

Hours after Gov. Tom Wolf Friday morning announced two presumed cases of the coronavirus in Pennsylvania - including one in Delaware County - and enacted a state of emergency, countyHours after Gov. Tom Wolf Friday morning announced two presumed cases of the coronavirus in Pennsylvania - including one in Delaware County - and enacted a state of emergency, county

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Two new presumed positive cases of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A Delaware County woman is presumed positive for coronavirus, officials announced Friday.A Delaware County woman is presumed positive for coronavirus, officials announced Friday.

YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — York College has brought back several students studying abroad in France and Italy this semester. International students at the college are asked to stay in the country during all breaks. Students returning from studying abroad will be quarantined for two weeks. The college would close it’s campus if one of its […]YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — York College has brought back several students studying abroad in France and Italy this semester. International students at the college are asked to stay in the country dur…

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Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration confirmed the first two presumptive cases of the 2019 novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, in Pennsylvania on Friday morning.According to the governor, who presented the announcement with Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine and other members of his administration, these two cases are regarded as "presumed," with official confirmation pending Centers for Disease Control and Prevention testing."One is in Delaware County and the other is in Wayne County," WolfGov. Tom Wolf’s administration confirmed the first two presumptive cases of the 2019 novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, in Pennsylvania on Friday morning.According to the governor, who presented the announcement with Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine and other members of his administration, these two cases are regarded as "presumed," with official confirmation pending Centers for Disease Control and Prevention testing."One is in Delaware County and the other is in Wayne County," Wolf

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HARRISBURG, Pa. - Following a press conference announcing the first two presumptive positive cases of coronavirus, known as COVID-19, Governor Tom Wolf today signed an emergency disaster declaration to provide increased support to state agencies involved in the response to the virus. “It’s impera

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Both individuals are from Montgomery County, have mild symptoms, and are in isolation at home.Both individuals are from Montgomery County, have mild symptoms, and are in isolation at home.

Officials: Two presumed coronavirus cases in Montgomery County | Southeastern Pennsylvania | wfmz.com

The State said the tests happened today, are 'presumed' until the CDC conducts further testingThe State said the tests happened today, are 'presumed' until the CDC conducts further testing

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