Fitzgerald believes Allegheny County could get back to 'some normalcy' by April or May

The Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 374 new Coronavirus cases and no additional deaths over the last 48 hours.

County Executive Rich Fitzgerald told KDKA Radio's Marty Griffin that even though we can see light at the end of the tunnel, this is no time to get complacent.

"Still where your mask, still socially distance. We might be only a couple of months away from which you have a significant portion of people who are vaccinated and we can start to get back to some normalcy. We're talking late April, maybe early May," he said.

On Friday, Fitzgerald told the KDKA Radio Morning Show that the county was making progress in its vaccination efforts.

However, that same day the Allegheny County Health Department had to cancel some scheduled vaccinations due to a supply shortage of the vaccine.