HARRISBURG (AP) – Pennsylvania officials are reporting comparatively low figures for new COVID-19 infections and deaths, a sign the pandemic’s impact may be on the wane. The Health Department said today there were 12 additional deaths. That brings the total number this year to 5,567, of which 3,557 have occurred among nursing homes or personal care facilities. The agency said 356 new cases were reported, a figure that may reflect that reports from weekends have generally brought lower numbers. So far more than 72,000 Pennsylvanians have had confirmed cases of COVID-19.