Suffolk Near Top of List for New Covid-19 Infections

After New York City, Suffolk County continues to have the highest number of new Covid-19 cases in the state, statistics from the governor’s office showed Saturday.

The office reported 2,715 new cases in the state, bringing the total to 333,122, with new cases found in 48 counties.

 New York City continues to have both the most total cases (183,289) and the most new cases (1,506) while Nassau is second (38,028 total and 216 new) and Suffolk (total 36,461 and 238 new).

Case breakdown

County
Total
New Positive

Albany

1,416

32

Allegany

35

0

Broome

372

8

Cattaraugus

60

1

Cayuga

53

1

Chautauqua

40

0

Chemung

131

1

Chenango

109

4

Clinton

76

2

Columbia

304

0

Cortland

29

0

Delaware

63

0

Dutchess

3,319

42

Erie

4,337

82

Essex

31

0

Franklin

17

0

Fulton

104

1

Genesee

170

1

Greene

204

5

Hamilton

5

0

Herkimer

77

1

Jefferson

67

1

Lewis

11

1

Livingston

101

1

Madison

250

1

Monroe

1,775

40

Montgomery

66

2

Nassau

38,028

216

Niagara

627

22

NYC

183,289

1,506

Oneida

638

18

Onondaga

1,218

49

Ontario

104

0

Orange

9,486

84

Orleans

122

1

Oswego

75

3

Otsego

67

0

Putnam

1,080

6

Rensselaer

407

27

Rockland

12,400

51

Saratoga

399

11

Schenectady

571

13

Schoharie

46

1

Schuyler

7

0

Seneca

48

2

St. Lawrence

187

0

Steuben

226

1

Suffolk

36,461

238

Sullivan

1,071

32

Tioga

104

5

Tompkins

132

1

Ulster

1,440

11

Warren

202

3

Washington

204

3

Wayne

79

0

Westchester

31,087

182

Wyoming

75

2

Yates

20

0

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