Gov Cuomo announces the lowest COVID positive rating for NSS since November 7


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NEW YORK, NY – JULY 23 New York Governor Andrew Kumo addresses a news conference on July 23, 2020 at the New York State Administrative Office in New York City. Government officials have blocked 27 bars and restaurants in violation of social distance laws in an attempt to control the cholera epidemic. (Photo by Jenah Moon / Getty Images)

Albany, New YorkNews 10) – Governor Andrew Kumo on Sunday. Positive levels of COVID-19 fell to 2.35% on November 7.

“Every New Yorker is aiming to vaccinate every New Yorker, and while the number of infections and hospitalizations is declining, the type of virus remains a concern throughout the country,” said Governor Kumo. “Every individual, as an individual and as a community, will do what it takes to protect each other and defeat this virus once and for all. Until we get to that point, we need to be vigilant and continue with the behaviors we know that delay the transmission – washing your hands, staying away from social media and wearing masks. ”

Sunday’s information is summarized below:

  • Test results reported – 243,171
  • Total Positive – 5,704
  • Percent Positive – 2.35%
  • 7% Average Percentage Positive – 2.92%
  • Patient Hospital – 3,754 (-80)
  • Net Change Patient Hospital Last Week – -329
  • Newly admitted patients – 478
  • Hospital Districts – 54
  • ICU – 849 (-17)
  • IUU with Intubation – 520 (-15)
  • Total emissions – 170,778 (+511)
  • Death – 35
  • Total death – 41,485

The bed capacity and accommodation numbers of the regional hospitals, including the percentage of the population of the region, are as follows.

Region COVID patients currently in hospital in the region COVID patients as a percentage of the regional population Percentage of hospital beds within 7 days according to hospital plan size
Capital Region 111 0.01% 29%
Central New York 74 0.01% 31%
Finger Lakes 199 0.02% 37%
Long Island 593 0.02% 34%
Middle-Hudson 397 0.02% 44%
Mohawk Valley 56 0.01% 39%
New York City 1865 0.02% 32%
North Country 24 0.01% 54%
Southern level 89 0.01% 47%
Western New York 346 0.03% 32%
At the government level 3754 0.02% 35%

The regional ICU bed capacity and accommodation numbers are as follows:

Region Total ICU beds in the region Total occupied ICU beds in the region Percentage of ICU beds per region (7 day average)
Capital Region 239 201 19%
Central New York 262 189 29%
Finger Lakes 397 246 38%
Long Island 854 631 25%
Middle-Hudson 671 385 39%
Mohawk Valley 97 79 19%
New York City 2,562 Linn 23%
North Country 60 37 44%
Southern level 126 72 46%
Western New York 545 359 34%
At the government level 5,813 4191 28%

The average positive 7-day test results for each region reported in the last three days are as follows.

Region Thursday Friday Saturday
Capital Region 2.39% 2.35% 2.31%
Central New York 1.43% 1.59% 1.56%
Finger Lakes 3.09% 3.22% 3.13%
Long Island 3.46% 3.38% 3.21%
Middle-Hudson 3.62% 3.54% 3.37%
Mohawk Valley 2.00% 1.97% 1.92%
New York City 3.27% 3.21% 3.12%
North Country 1.68% 1.64% 1.59%
Southern level 0.81% 0.85% 0.85%
Western New York 4.93% 5.25% 4.97%
At the government level 3.04% 3.03% 2.92%

The following 7 percent positive test results for each New York City district over the past three days are as follows.

Bordeaux Thursday Friday Saturday
Bronx 3.45% 3.65% 3.16%
Brooklyn 3.83% 4.09% 3.56%
Manhattan 2.12% 2.23% 2.05%
Queens 3.79% 3.90% 3.48%
Staten Island 4.44% 4.50% 3.85%

Of the 1,984,929 people infected, the following is a geographical breakdown.

County Total positive New positive
Albany 23,679 70
Inferiority 3,185 7
Brum 17,417 57
Cataracts 5,169 21
Kauga 5,871 8
Chautuka 8,419 41
Chemong 7,162 20
Chenango 3,091 14
Clinton 4,550 22
Colombia 3,832 6
Cortland 3,546 9
Delaware 2,170 14
Duchess 27,982 80
Eri 82,588 430
Essex 1,504 8
Franklin 2,403 7
Fulton 4,081 24
Genus 5,065 11
Green 3,126 8
Hamilton 301 0
Hercules 4,930 12
Jefferson 5,465 10
Lewis 2,457 4
Livingston 4,018 21
Madison 4,302 10
Monroe 61,114 233
Montgomery 3,896 15
Nassau 177,344 343
Niagara 18,314 103
NYC 892,275 2,688
Onida 21,454 45
Ondondaga 36,061 120
Ontario 6,887 29
Orange 46,133 112
Orleans 2776 22
Oswego 6,986 14
Ossego 3,196 15
Nam Tamam 10,217 31
Rensiller 10,679 37
Rockland 45,700 49
Saratoga 14,418 38
Schenectady 12,420 25
Shohari 1,552 4
Schiller 990 2018-01-02 121 2
Seneca 1 883 5
St. Lawrence 6,217 23
Steuben 6,296 24
Suffolk 193,546 395
Sullivan 6,153 27
Tioga 3,412 17
Tompkins 4,058 8
Alster 13,039 67
Warren 3,386 12
Washington 2,857 10
Wayne 5,260 14
Westchester 125,726 239
Wyoming 3,261 22
Yats 1,110 2018-01-02 121 2

On Saturday, 35 New York residents died of COVID-19 in New York State, bringing the total to 41,485. The geographical separation is as follows:

Death in Resident County
County New death
Albany 1
Bronx 3
Chautuka 1
Eri 3
Jefferson 1
Kings 10
Madison 1
Manhattan 2018-01-02 121 2
Orange 1
Queens 6
Suffolk 3
Westchester 3

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