Bradford County reported its 30th death connected to COVID-19 on Friday, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

The county also added 50 confirmed cases on Friday, bringing its total to 1,434 since March — that includes more than 1,300 since the beginning of September.

There are also 171 “probable” cases in the county, according to the Department of Health.

The Sayre ZIP Code (18840) added 12 cases on Friday and now has had 290 confirmed cases since March. There are also 15 probable cases.

Athens (18810) is now up to 193 confirmed cases after adding 13 on Friday. There are also 16 probable cases.

Other confirmed case numbers across the county include:

• Gillett — 95 (up 7)

• Columbia Cross Roads — 60 (no change)

• Milan — 20 (up 2)

• Ulster — 60 (no change)

• Troy — 169 (no change)

• Towanda — 194 (up 8)

• Canton — 86 (up 1)

• Wyalusing — 67 (no change)

• Wysox — 22 (up 1)

• Rome — 44 (up 1)

• Monroeton — 36 (no change)

Across the border in New York, Tioga County added 15 cases on Friday, according to a press release.

The county is now up to 1,018 confirmed cases. There are currently 227 active cases and 737 residents have recovered.

There have been 54 deaths related to the virus in the county.

Chemung County added 22 new cases on Friday.

There are 155 active cases and 38 individuals are currently hospitalized as they battle the virus.

Chemung County has lost 31 residents due to complications from the virus.

Pat McDonald can be reached at (570) 888-9643 ext. 228 or editor@morning-times.com.

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