Buffalo, New York – New York Governor Andrew Kumo announced the state-of-the-art COVID-19 on Friday, December 4, as the virus continues to rise in the West and New York region.
During the statement, Governor Kumo said the region will continue to monitor COVID-19 hospital rates before making any decision to rehabilitate micro-cluster zones anywhere in the region.
The governor did not provide a timetable or other details on what would happen to the zones.
Currently, parts of Eri County are in the Orange and Yellow Zone, and parts of Niagara County are in the Yellow Zone.
According to Governor Kumo, the western regions of New York and Lake Finger have the largest number of hospitals in the region. Hospitality rates are now a key factor in determining when areas will be upgraded to a specific zone. Komo added that the size of the hospitals is now more important than the size of the disease.
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