As of January 8th, Montgomery County reports that 10,973 have received the first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. This is up from the 7,699 that was reported on January 3rd. Of the 10,973, 251 have received the second dose.
Since our last report on January 5th (data through January 4th), Montgomery County reports that there have been 1,823 new cases of Coronavirus in the county (see daily numbers in graph below). This brings the total number of cases countywide since the start of the pandemic to 36,277.
The number of cases from the most recent 14 days has decreased by 497 versus the previous 14 days. Cases from the most recent seven days have increased by 308 versus the previous seven days.
As of January 4th, there were 445 patients in Montgomery County hospitals due to Coronavirus. As of January 8th that has dropped to 385. There are currently 39 patients requiring a ventilator (down from 50 on January 4th).
There have been 36 deaths due to Coronavirus reported between January 5th and January 8th. This brings the total number of deaths countywide since the start of the pandemic is 1,060.
The 14-day PCR positivity rate is 11.1% as of January 7th. This is up from 10.55% as of December 26th. Having this number at 5% or under is considered suppression of the virus.
|DATE||Daily Positive Test Results|
|14 DAY AVERAGE||354.4285714|
|14 DAY TOTAL||4962|
Locally, here are the current numbers:
- Ambler is at 352 cases, which is eight more than since January 4th. There have been 19 deaths, which is three more than since Janauary 4th
- Lower Gwynedd is at 440, which is 16 more than since January 4th. There have been 37 deaths, which is one more than since January 4th
- Upper Dublin is at 907 cases, which is 36 more than since January 4th. There have been 24 deaths
- Whitpain is at 656 cases, which is 37 more than since January 4th. There have been 17 deaths
You can view all of the latest data here.