After she finished checking out a customer who bought $80 worth of gasoline Tuesday evening, cashier Keri Bassett shook her head.
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The statewide seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases is at its lowest point since the end of October.
None of the region’s eight counties had more than 20 new COVID-19 cases, with four in single digits for Monday’s update by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
The local area’s COVID-19 spring surge has begun to ease as the statewide numbers continue to subside, the Department of Health report showed Thursday.
Although Dr. Anthony Fauci commended President Joe Biden’s success in getting millions vaccinated, he warned those attending the American College of Physicians annual conference that it will be difficult to eradicate COVID-19 from the face of the earth, the MedPage Today website reported.
The downward trend in cases and continued vaccine distribution that prompted the state to ease mitigation orders on Tuesday can be seen in the latest report by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.