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Central New York’s positive rate was above 2.5% for the second consecutive day



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ALBANY, NY (WSYR-TV) – The battle against COVID-19 continued to take place locally in Central New York, as the region’s positive rate was above 2.5% for the second consecutive day.

With a COVID-19 positive rate of 2.6%, the Sunday marked the seventh consecutive day that the region published the COVID-19 positive rate was more than two percent.

Across New York State, 2.35% of Saturday̵

7;s total COVID-19 test results were positive. This is the third consecutive day New York’s positive rate of more than two percent. The first time that happened since May 29.

COVID-19 continues to send people to hospitals, as 1,396 New Yorkers are currently in hospitals fighting the virus.

In the New York Central area, 68 people have been hospitalized for COVID-19, the most since May 28.

Tragically, 18 New Yorkers lost their lives from COVID-19 on Saturday for the second consecutive day.

Complete COVID-19 data provided by the New York State Department of Health:

  • The patient is hospitalized – 1,396 (+15)
  • New patient hospitalized 185
  • ICU number – 295 (-13)
  • ICU numbering with Intubation – 131 (-7)
  • Total discharge times – 80,646 (+152)
  • Deaths – 18
  • Total number of deaths – 25,947

An increase in COVID-19 cases was felt across New York state on Saturday. Eight out of ten regions in the state reported higher or similar COVID-19 positive rates as they did on Friday.

COVID-19 positive rates for all ten New York State areas over the past three days:

AREA THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Capital region 1.7% 1.7% 1.1%
New York Center 2.5% 2.6% 2.6%
Finger lake 3.2% 3.2% 3.5%
Long island 1.9% 2.5% 2.6%
Mid-Hudson 2.5% 2.5% 2.8%
Mohawk Valley 1.2% 1.5% 1.1%
New York City 1.9% 1.8% 2.2%
North country 1.4% 1.6% 1.7%
South step 1.0% 1.2% 1.3%
West New York 3.3% 4.3% 4.8%

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 529,036 New Yorkers have tested positive for COVID-19.

Analysis of cases by district:

Seed Total positives New positivity
Albany 4,049 25
Allegany 469 14
Broome 4.003 21
Cattaraugus 605 6
Cayuga 533 15
Chautauqua 1,114 11
Chemung 2.126 30
Chenango 460 5
Clinton 301 4
Columbia 801 twelfth
Cortland 647 14
Delaware 238 11
Dutchess 5,790 51
Erie 14,988 271
Essex 216 0
Franklin 136 9
Fulton 373 first
Genesee 478 13
Greene 555 3
Hamilton 19 0
Herkimer 447 4
Jefferson 268 6
Lewis 180 7
Livingston 406 4
Madison 652 9
Monroe 8,824 208
Montgomery 296 first
Nassau 51,682 264
Niagara 2.354 41
NYC 271,219 1,391
Oneida 3.082 43
Onondaga 6,491 95
Ontario 822 28
Orange 14,369 68
Orleans 442 8
Oswego 758 24
Otsego 444 2
Putnam 1,948 11
Rensselaer 1,198 14
Rockland 18,910 56
Saratoga 1,541 21
Schenectady 1,716 15
Schoharie 122 first
Schuyler 183 5
Seneca 176 5
St. Lawrence 480 9
Steuben 1,225 25
Suffolk 50,728 259
Sullivan 1,894 3
Tioga 836 13
Tompkins 702 twelfth
Ulster 2.626 19
Warren 483 3
Washington 380 0
Wayne 663 8
Westchester 42,179 225
Wyoming 246 3
Yates 163 2

For more local COVID-19 data, click here.



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