Centre County confirms eleventh COVID-19 related death

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CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Centre County Coroner Scott A. Sayers has reported an eleventh COVID-19 related death in the County.

The report was received by the coroner’s office Wednesday morning. Sayers said that the death occurred Saturday, October 10 at a long-term care facility. The deceased was a 93-year-old male.

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