The region had 30 new cases of COVID-19, as reported by the Pennsylvania Department of and Health on Friday.
McKean County had 18 new cases for a total of 3,488, 2,651 confirmed and 837 probable; Elk County had four more cases for a total of 2,804, 1,538 confirmed and 1,266 probable; Potter County had seven more cases for a total of 1,075; 932 confirmed and 143 probable; and Cameron County had one more case for a total of 288; 194 confirmed and 94 probable.
Pennsylvania has 969,222 confirmed cases and 181,783 probable cases of COVID-19 as of Friday.
Currently, 2,283 patients are hospitalized with COVID-19, with 518 of those in the Adult Intensive Care Unit and 272 on ventilators.
McKean County has one patient hospitalized with COVID-19, while Elk County has two and Potter County has six. None of the aforementioned patients are on a ventilator or in the ICU, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Regarding vaccines, Pennsylvania has administered 8,468,033 vaccines; 5,047,169 partial and 3,420,864 full.
In McKean County, 6,879 partial and 7,287 full vaccines have been administered.
Elk County has administered 2,115 partial and 10,795 full vaccines. Cameron County has 321 partially vaccinated residents and 1,501 fully vaccinated residents, while Potter County has 1,379 partially vaccinated and 2,553 fully vaccinated residents.