PENNSYLVANIA to release new COVID breakthrough cases data

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and acting Health Secretary Alison Beam are promoting COVID-19 vaccinations today as the state is expected to release new data about the virus.COVID breakthrough casesThe new coronavirus data is expected to include the number of vaccinated people testing positive for the virus – also known as breakthrough cases.Two events were planned for today, including one at Lancaster General Hospital, where Beam will be visiting. It’s expected that Beam will be discussing the new data at 2 p.m. When that news conference happens, WGAL will livestream it on this page.Wolf visits Reading vaccine clinicGov. Wolf visited a mobile vaccination clinic at Reading Area Community College on Tuesday morning to encourage people to get the vaccine.”Getting Pennsylvanians vaccinated is our number one priority. That’s because it’s the number one way we can fight COVID-19,” said Wolf. “Getting vaccinated is how we end this pandemic. It’s how each of us can be a part of the solution to COVID-19, and it’s a way we can protect the people around us who can’t get vaccinated yet.”COVID cases, hospitalizations increasing in Pa.State officials say more people are getting hospitalized from COVID-19 than previously. The trend over the past two weeks is going up. Currently, it’s not clear how many of the case numbers are from vaccinated people. However, the CDC says if you’re vaccinated, your chances of getting hospitalized are very low.In Pennsylvania, 67% of adults are fully vaccinated. About 83% are partially vaccinated. To find a vaccine clinic near you, you can visit vaccines.gov.

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and acting Health Secretary Alison Beam are promoting COVID-19 vaccinations today as the state is expected to release new data about the virus.

COVID breakthrough cases

The new coronavirus data is expected to include the number of vaccinated people testing positive for the virus – also known as breakthrough cases.

Two events were planned for today, including one at Lancaster General Hospital, where Beam will be visiting.

It’s expected that Beam will be discussing the new data at 2 p.m. When that news conference happens, WGAL will livestream it on this page.

Wolf visits Reading vaccine clinic

Gov. Wolf visited a mobile vaccination clinic at Reading Area Community College on Tuesday morning to encourage people to get the vaccine.

“Getting Pennsylvanians vaccinated is our number one priority. That’s because it’s the number one way we can fight COVID-19,” said Wolf. “Getting vaccinated is how we end this pandemic. It’s how each of us can be a part of the solution to COVID-19, and it’s a way we can protect the people around us who can’t get vaccinated yet.”

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf encourages people to get the vaccine at a news conference in Reading on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021.

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Gov. Wolf talks to the media at Tuesday’s event in Reading to promote COVID-19 vaccinations.

COVID cases, hospitalizations increasing in Pa.

State officials say more people are getting hospitalized from COVID-19 than previously. The trend over the past two weeks is going up.

Currently, it’s not clear how many of the case numbers are from vaccinated people. However, the CDC says if you’re vaccinated, your chances of getting hospitalized are very low.

In Pennsylvania, 67% of adults are fully vaccinated. About 83% are partially vaccinated.

To find a vaccine clinic near you, you can visit vaccines.gov.



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