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Lewis County added 5 new cases Wednesday, according to the public health office here in Lowville.

Per the latest information available, authorities said there are 45 known active cases and 5 people who now remain hospitalized with COVID-19 complications.

Since testing began last year, the county has accumulated 1,791 positive results and 27 virus-related deaths.

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Oneida County has announced 28 new positive results as of Wednesday afternoon, according to public health officials.

Out of 570 known active cases, County Executive Anthony Picente says there are 33 people who remain hospitalized with COVID-19 complications.

Since testing began last year, the county has tallied up 19,511 positive results, while also suffering 396 virus-related deaths.

Herkimer County recorded 4 new positives Wednesday, the public health office said.

As of the latest updates made available, authorities are reporting 60 known active cases and 9 people who remain hospitalized with COVID-19 complications.

Since testing began last year, the county has recorded 5,455 positive results and 98 virus-related deaths.

Jefferson County announced 22 new positives Wednesday, according to public health officials.

With 223 known active cases, authorities say there are 9 people who remain hospitalized with COVID-19 complications.

Since testing began last year, the county has witnessed 5,572 positive results and 81 virus-related deaths.  

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