HARRISBURG — The Department of Health announced Wednesday at noon 1,127 people in the state have tested positive for coronavirus, with 11 having died from COVID-19.

There are no confirmed cases in Northumberland County. Schuylkill County’s cases rose from three to six over the past 24 hours, while Columbia County still only has one confirmed case and Dauphin County’s total had risen to 10.

Approximately one in 10 people tested have been confirmed to have the virus, with 11,193 patients testing negative in the state.

Four cases have now been confirmed in nearby Montour County.

Statewide, Wednesday’s increase accounted for 276 new cases from Tuesday, with cases stretching across 44 counties.

The Department of Health also announced four new deaths on Wednesday.

All non-life-sustaining businesses are ordered to be closed and schools will remain shuttered until at least through April 6.

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