Cuomo Reports Lowest Covid-19 Hospitalization Rate Since March

Statewide Covid-19 hospitalizations dropped to 523,  the lowest since March 17. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo also announced a  record high number of COVID-19 tests reported to New York State – 88,668. 

Of the 88,668 test results reported Friday, 734, or 0.83 percent, were positive. Suffolk continued as the No.2 county, with 64, following New York City with 382.

Each region’s percentage of positive test results reported over the last three days is as follows:

County

Total Positive

New Positive

Albany

2,643

4

Allegany

80

0

Broome

1,165

0

Cattaraugus

170

1

Cayuga

163

0

Chautauqua

263

3

Chemung

188

1

Chenango

218

0

Clinton

131

1

Columbia

551

0

Cortland

97

0

Delaware

107

0

Dutchess

4,668

13

Erie

9,114

50

Essex

59

2

Franklin

54

0

Fulton

303

0

Genesee

284

0

Greene

297

1

Hamilton

8

0

Herkimer

282

4

Jefferson

143

0

Lewis

47

0

Livingston

178

0

Madison

421

2

Monroe

5,143

21

Montgomery

184

3

Nassau

43,891

51

Niagara

1,529

5

NYC

229,916

382

Oneida

2,195

6

Onondaga

3,663

17

Ontario

367

1

Orange

11,229

12

Orleans

300

1

Oswego

271

7

Otsego

118

0

Putnam

1,459

2

Rensselaer

789

4

Rockland

13,997

16

Saratoga

783

1

Schenectady

1,101

9

Schoharie

69

0

Schuyler

23

1

Seneca

93

0

St. Lawrence

263

0

Steuben

306

3

Suffolk

44,109

64

Sullivan

1,493

2

Tioga

195

0

Tompkins

238

2

Ulster

2,089

3

Warren

312

0

Washington

261

1

Wayne

269

4

Westchester

36,435

33

Wyoming

118

0

Yates

59

1

 

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