There are nearly 400 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases on Long Island, and the number of people who have tested positive continues to increase.
In the past 24 hours, Suffolk County has conducted 13,426 COVID-19 tests, including 200 new positive cases, while in Nassau, there were 178 new cases out of 11,971 tests conducted.
A total of 1,068,890 COVID-19 tests were conducted in Suffolk, resulting in 49,198 (4.6%) positive cases. Of the 1,056,172 tests in Nassau, there were 49,841 positive cases.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been 2021 COVID-19 deaths in Suffolk and 2,215 in Nassau.
In the past week, the positive infection rate in Long Island City tested slightly increased:
- Saturday, October 24: 1
- Sunday, October 25: 10,112 tests were conducted, resulting in 119 (1.2%) positive cases;
- Monday, October 26: 14,853 tests were performed, resulting in 231 (1.6%) positive cases;
- Tuesday, October 27: 17,286 tests were conducted, and there were 2336 (1.9%) positive cases;
- Wednesday, October 28: 25,397 tests were performed, resulting in 378 (1.5%) positive cases.
As of Thursday, October 29, according to statistics from the County Department of Health, the breakdown of Suffolk’s confirmed and new COVID-19 cases:
- Islip: 14,477;
- Brookhaven: 11,840;
- Babylon: 7,973;
- Huntington: 6,217;
- Smithtown (Smithtown): 3,144;
- Southampton: 1,343;
- Heyuan: 881;
- Southold: 456;
- East Hampton: 282;
- Refuge Island: 11.
According to reports, the most confirmed COVID-19 case in Nassau County has been reported to the county health department:
- Hempstead: 2,550;
- Free port: 1,903;
- El Monte: 1,540;
- Uniondale: 1,495;
- Valley Creek: 1,3683;
- Levitown: 1,346;
- Hicksville: 1,241;
- East Meadow: 1,136;
- Glen Cove: 1,086;
- Franklin Square: 964;
- Long Beach: 953;
- Woodmill: 840;
- Baldwin: 795;
- Seaside: 740;
- Roosevelt: 741; Roosevelt: 741.
- North Valley Stream: 712;
- New Kassel: 708.
In the past 24 hours, 168,353 COVID-19 tests were conducted in New York, resulting in 2,499 (1.48%) positive cases. There are currently 1,085 patients hospitalized due to the virus, and 19 deaths are reported.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, New York has conducted 14,243,871 COVID-19 tests, of which 503,176 have tested positive. Since mid-March, 25,792 New Yorkers have died.
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