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The total number of coronavirus cases for Herkimer County increased from three to seven, according to the latest updates from health officials this week.

Authorities from the public health office say they are working to find out who these people had any possible contact with. Officials mentioned that three of these four additional cases are confirmed to be family related.

According to the latest updates from Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente on Tuesday, Oneida County has added two more cases, bringing their total up to a dozen.

The latest announcements from Lewis County Public Health Tuesday still indicate no confirmed cases of COVID-19, while 44 have been tested and an even 22 have tested negative and 22 are still pending. 

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