NORRISTOWN — Montgomery County officials reported “robust” interest in the COVID-19 vaccine among adolescents a day after health officials made the vaccine available for people between the ages of 12 and 15.
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NORRISTOWN — Montgomery County’s daily new cases of the coronavirus fell well below 100 on Tuesday and health officials also announced the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is now available for people as young as 12 at county-run vaccination clinics.
HARRISBURG — For the third consecutive week, the coronavirus positivity rate decreased in Montgomery County and in the six neighboring counties in Southeast Pennsylvania, according to the latest week-to-week data compiled by state health officials.
NORRISTOWN — The number of daily new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continued to decline in Montgomery County, according to health data for the latest three-day period.
NORRISTOWN — As the 61st week of the coronavirus pandemic in Montgomery County came to a close on Friday, health officials reported that more than 100 additional county residents tested positive for the virus.
NORRISTOWN — Montgomery County’s daily new cases of the coronavirus continued to fall below 100 and hospitalizations decreased, according to the latest daily report issued by health officials.
NORRISTOWN — For the second time this week, the number of reported daily new cases of the coronavirus in Montgomery County fell below 100 on Wednesday as signs continue to indicate the spring surge in cases may be easing.
NORRISTOWN — While more than 100 Montgomery County residents tested positive for the coronavirus in the latest daily report, health officials announced that beginning Wednesday all county-run vaccination clinics will offer walk-up availability for a vaccine.
NORRISTOWN — More than 300 Montgomery County residents tested positive for the coronavirus and seven more people died of the virus during the latest three-day period, according to county health officials.
NORRISTOWN — As the 60th week of the coronavirus pandemic in Montgomery County came to a close on Friday, health officials reported more than 200 additional county residents tested positive for the virus and five more people died from the virus.