Suffolk Has Third-Highest Infection Rate in State

New York City continued to report the largest number of new cases Friday at  2,558, followed by Erie with 862, Suffolk 711 and Nassau 671. The number of new deaths declined from the previous day, with 39 reported, none on Long Island.

 

County  

Total Positive

 

New Positive

Albany

5,555

129

Allegany

983

53

Broome

5,201

58

Cattaraugus

1,058

61

Cayuga

822

28

Chautauqua

1,516

36

Chemung

2,955

83

Chenango

623

18

Clinton

448

5

Columbia

1,005

17

Cortland

979

22

Delaware

342

6

Dutchess

7,021

91

Erie
23,933
862

Essex

278

3

Franklin

259

4

Fulton

484

6

Genesee

932

42

Greene

675

14

Hamilton

42

0

Herkimer

645

14

Jefferson

500

13

Lewis

345

8

Livingston

671

16

Madison

898

20

Monroe

14,338

521

Montgomery

466

6

Nassau
59,238
671

Niagara

3,599

154

NYC
305,080
2,558

Oneida

4,655

140

Onondaga

10,248

224

Ontario

1,250

48

Orange

16,555

150

Orleans

604

6

Oswego

1,436

31

Otsego

596

9

Putnam

2,682

67

Rensselaer

1,666

41

Rockland

21,258

147

Saratoga

2,151

62

Schenectady

2,353

70

Schoharie

190

7

Schuyler

296

7

Seneca

276

7

St. Lawrence

784

41

Steuben

1,714

36

Suffolk
59,273
711

Sullivan

2,156

19

Tioga

1,095

15

Tompkins

1,043

43

Ulster

3,238

58

Warren

571

2

Washington

440

1

Wayne

1,083

31

Westchester

49,102

661

Wyoming

517

18

Yates

252

5

 

 

 

STATEWIDE

11/8- 11/14 % Positive

11/15- 11/21 % Positive

Current 7-day rolling average

Day Prior (11/25) % Positive

Yesterday (11/26) % Positive

 

 

 

All focus area statewide % positive

4.81%

4.51%

4.74%

4.90%

5.69%

 

Statewide % positive with all focus areas included

2.86%

2.89%

3.17%

3.18%

3.72%

 

Statewide % positive without all focus areas included

2.47%

2.44%

2.70%

2.68%

3.13%

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