LANCASTER – In a visit to Lancaster General Health Friday, Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine met with LGH administrators and clinical staff about their roles caring for the public during the COVID-19 pandemic and came following new numbers showing Pennsylvania reaching 105,571 total virus cases as of Friday morning, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The statewide death toll from the virus now stands at 7,101. As reported by LNP, To date, Lancaster County has seen 5,288 cases and 400 total deaths, according to the Department of Health. The death count that county coroner Dr. Diamantoni keeps has the county listed at 379 total deaths from COVID-19. Local hospitals have been reporting fewer COVID-19 patients in recent weeks, including Lancaster General Health, who only had 12 COVID-19 patients on Wednesday, the lowest number of patients since the early days of the pandemic. Wolf mentioned that we need our kids to get an education, but acknowledged safety concerns with the potential gathering of students in physical classrooms. Levine said the Department of Health would be collaborating with the Department of Education and school districts “so parents feel comfortable (sending their children) to school.” Wolf also reiterated his plans to veto a bill that would require state agencies to respond to Right-to-Know requests during public emergencies such as the current pandemic.