Track where new cases are being reported with this visualization of county level COVID-19 data, including new cases reported daily, 7-day average of new cases, and 14 day totals. Compare absolute numbers with per capita statistics.
Please note, this is not PA’s official reopening map.
There has been a sharp decline of newly reported cases in Bucks, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties.
Bucks County now has the fewest reported new cases in the last 14 days per 100k residents in the Philly Metro Area;
The number of reported positive cases in Chester County has remained relatively flat.
Dauphin County, home to the PA Capital of Harrisburg, now rivals Philadelphia with the second highest number of confirmed cases per capita.
PA Official Reopening Map in effect 6/5 and Reopening Phase Guidance
Naturally, being the data nerd that I am, I want to follow the counties as they reopen. So I created my own reopening heatmap using the number of cases reported by the State of PA’s Health Department in the last 14 days, per 100k residents of the county. Please note, this is not PA’s official reopening map.
Of course, a heatmap only shows us a snapshot in time and doesn’t really give us much insight into how a county is trending. So to provide more context, I also created a few graphs similar to the ones featured on my PA COVID-19 Stats page for all counties in the state.
Reopening PA On April 22, 2020, Governor Tom Wolf announced a plan to slowly reopen Pennsylvania. The state will open in three phases: red, yellow, and green. Here is a synopsis of each of the phases: Source: “Process to Reopen Pennsylvania,” PA Governor’s website. Currently, all Pennsylvania counties are in the red phase. According to …