State Covid-19 Rate Below 1 Percent Again; LI at 1.4 Percent

New York State’s COVID-19 infection rate remains below 1 percent, though it is higher on Long Island, according to figures released Friday.

Thursday,  0.92 percent of tests reported to the state were positive. 

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that 864 additional cases of novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide total to 437,971 confirmed cases in New York State. 

In Suffolk the number of new cases crept up to 96, for a total of 45,102. Long Island’s infection rate went to 1.4 percent.

 

County

Total Positive

New Positive

Albany

2,819

17

Allegany

90

0

Broome

1,342

9

Cattaraugus

223

1

Cayuga

181

0

Chautauqua

464

12

Chemung

206

1

Chenango

231

1

Clinton

152

0

Columbia

574

4

Cortland

102

0

Delaware

121

0

Dutchess

4,902

10

Erie

10,156

70

Essex

145

4

Franklin

59

0

Fulton

312

0

Genesee

300

2

Greene

313

3

Hamilton

14

0

Herkimer

306

1

Jefferson

154

0

Lewis

49

0

Livingston

188

1

Madison

474

7

Monroe

5,529

27

Montgomery

212

1

Nassau

45,008

84

Niagara

1,638

3

NYC

235,435

325

Oneida

2,295

9

Onondaga

3,947

10

Ontario

398

2

Orange

11,487

9

Orleans

307

1

Oswego

314

3

Otsego

235

26

Putnam

1,523

5

Rensselaer

854

6

Rockland

14,358

24

Saratoga

868

5

Schenectady

1,298

8

Schoharie

71

1

Schuyler

27

0

Seneca

102

1

St. Lawrence

291

4

Steuben

319

3

Suffolk

45,102

96

Sullivan

1,540

3

Tioga

211

1

Tompkins

308

5

Ulster

2,196

6

Warren

324

1

Washington

269

1

Wayne

288

5

Westchester

37,152

46

Wyoming

126

0

Yates

62

0

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