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The governor of Pennsylvania has announced two more presumptive cases of the new coronavirus, making a total of four in the commonwealth so far.
A Montgomery County resident has been hospitalized after testing positive for COVID-19, state officials said Monday.
State health officials confirmed four additional patients as presumptive positive cases of the coronavirus on Monday, including three patients who are hospitalized, state Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said.
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Patsy Ann, 82, of Hopwood, formerly of Johnstown. (FRANK DUCA FUNERAL HOME, WESTMONT CHAPEL).
Bernetta R., 86, Carrolltown, (Moriconi Funeral Home, Inc., Northern Cambria)
Debora Ann, 60, New Germany. (Dimond)
Beulah V., 101, of Johnstown. (Geisel Funeral Home - Johnstown)
Alberta, 78, Johnstown. (John Henderson Company Funeral Home)
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