Harrisburg - Today, the Pennsylvania Department of Health provides a summary of COVID-19 information for April 2022.
The following summary is provided to reflect the trends between April 1 to 30, 2022:
“While COVID-19 has not gone away, the department continues to encourage Pennsylvanians to use good public health practices in their daily lives. All of us are empowered to protect ourselves and our families by getting up to date with vaccines, getting tested, taking appropriate action if we test positive, and wearing masks as appropriate to protect those around us,” Acting Secretary of Health Dr. Denise Johnson said. “The department continues to be responsive to the virus by evaluating COVID-19 trends in our communities.”
Residents are encouraged to use the CDC’s community level tracker website to see the level of community transmission by county and find recommendations to prevent spreading the virus.
The Department of Health continues to provide extensive data on a weekly basis via the COVID-19 dashboard and the vaccine dashboard. All dashboards and OpenData resources will be updated on a weekly basis on Wednesdays.