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Lewis County added 5 new positives Tuesday, according to the public health office.

With 41 known active cases, authorities say there are 2 people who remain hospitalized with COVID-19 complications.

Since testing began last-year, the county has accumulated 2,018 positive results and 29 virus-related deaths. 

*REMEMBER: Anyone wishing to check on their vaccine eligibility status is encouraged to utilize the online 'Am I Eligible' app. For those who may not have access to a computer, New York’s vaccine hotline number is 1-833-697-4829.

Lewis County residents who want a vaccine can sign-up on a waiting list via the county's website.

View Lewis County's latest COVID-19 map here

Oneida County has announced 26 new positives, according to the latest updates provided Tuesday afternoon via public health officials.

Out of 395 known active cases, County Executive Anthony Picente says there are 17 people who remain hospitalized with COVID-19 complications.

Since testing began last-year, the county has recorded 20,653 positive results and 412 virus-related deaths.

Herkimer County found 5 new positives Tuesday, according to the public health office.

With 69 known active cases, authorities are reporting 3 people who remain hospitalized with COVID-19 complications.

Since testing began last-year, the county has witnessed 5,709 positive results and 100 virus-related deaths.

Jefferson County recorded 13 new positives Tuesday, health officials said.

Out of 160 known active cases, authorities are reporting 2 people who remain hospitalized with COVID-19 complications.

Since testing began last-year, the county has tallied up 6,129 positive results, while also suffering from 82 virus-related deaths.

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