According to the county’s Department of Health, 52 new COVID-19 positive cases were reported in Putnam last week, bringing the total to more than 2,000, including three new hospitalizations.
The Ministry of Health reported in its latest classification on Friday, October 30 that 61,646 COVID tests have been conducted in Putnam County, resulting in 2,002 positive cases.
Since the outbreak seven months ago, there have been 63 COVID deaths in Putnam, and none have been reported in the past few weeks.
The county is currently monitoring 41 active COVID-19 cases and will no longer quarantine 1,900 Putnam residents after testing positive for the virus two weeks ago.
Currently, Putnam Hospital has 3 COVID-1
According to the latest information released by the Ministry of Health, the breakdown of COVID-19 cases in Putnam County:
- Carmel: 686 (14 new);
- Southeast: 441 (11);
- Kent: 301 (4);
- Putnam Valley: 228 (4);
- Patterson: 190 (3);
- Philipstown: 142 (2).
In the past 24 hours, New York has conducted 146,885 COVID-19 tests, resulting in 2,255 positive cases and an infection rate of 1.53%. The number of hospitalizations reached 1,085 and there were 12 new virus-related deaths.
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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