Pennsylvania COVID-19 cases, vaccine information
This article is regularly updated with new numbers from the Pennsylvania Department of Health. It tracks COVID-19 cases and vaccinations across the state. Scroll to the bottom for information on how to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Number of COVID-19 cases in Pa.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health now says it will provide COVID-19 updates on a weekly basis.
As of May 10, the COVID-19 case total for Pennsylvania is 3,559,331. That is an increase of 1,977 cases over the previous week.
Susquehanna Valley case increases (over last 7 days)
- Adams County: 9
- Cumberland County: 26
- Dauphin County: 39
- Franklin County: 16
- Juniata County: 3
- Lancaster County: 78
- Lebanon County: 17
- Mifflin County: 9
- Perry County: 9
- York County: 72
The number of hospitalizations in Pennsylvania is 251 patients.
Where can I get the booster shot?
You can schedule a booster shot at CVS or Walgreens online. You will likely be asked questions ensuring you are eligible for the shot.
CVS and Walgreens are also reminding people who have not yet decided to get vaccinated, that now is a good time to do so. There are plenty of appointments available and there is plenty of vaccine available.
The COVID-19 vaccine is available across Pennsylvania. You can visit vaccines.gov to vaccination locations near you.
Retailers offering vaccine
Some major retailers in Pennsylvania are offering the vaccine. Click the links below for information:
A spreadsheet of facilities that have received vaccine doses can be found here.
COVID-19 vaccination phases
All Pennsylvania adults and children as young as 12 are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Vaccinations have also been approved for children 5 to 11. You can learn more about that here.
Number of Pennsylvanians vaccinated
25,710,124 coronavirus vaccination doses have been administered in the commonwealth. The number of people who have been fully vaccinated stands at 8,718,551. Pennsylvania's population is around 13 million.