Since Thursday, Pennsylvania has seen 14,001 new COVID-19 infections and 132 new deaths.

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Since Thursday, Pennsylvania has seen 14,001 new COVID-19 infections and 132 new deaths.

From Friday to Sunday, Pennsylvania reported 14,001 new COVID-19 infections, with the daily average of new cases increasing.

Over the three days, 132 people died in Pennsylvania, bringing the total number of people who have died from the pandemic to 32,411.

On a more positive note, the number of COVID-19-related hospitalizations in Pennsylvania continues to decline.

As of early Monday, 2,694 COVID-19 patients were being cared for in Pennsylvania hospitals, with 614 in intensive care and 342 requiring breathing ventilators.

On Monday, the 14-day average of hospitalized patients was 2,596, down from 2,996 in October.

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On Monday, Pennsylvania reported 15,414 older infections from people who had been infected more than once and had a three-month gap between infections.

Each infection is now counted separately under a new federal definition.

Previously, people who re-infected were only counted once, according to a press release from the state health department.

According to the health department’s daily update, 73.2 percent of Pennsylvanians aged 18 and up are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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