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One new positive was recorded Tuesday for Lewis County, leaving 3 cases active, the public health office says.

Over 6,200 tests have been performed and no virus related deaths have been reported.

A dozen new positives were confirmed Tuesday for Oneida County, with no new virus related deaths.

Health officials say 115 people have passed away from virus related complications so far.

13 patients remain hospitalized within the county, including 3 who are nursing home patients, County Executive Anthony Picente reports.

With 2,072 infections, 178 are still active and over 77,000 tests have been performed.

Herkimer County found 4 new positives Tuesday. Public health officials say 43 cases remain active out of 281 total infections.

2 patients remain hospitalized and 5 people have passed away from virus related complications since the pandemic began. Nearly 20,000 people have tested negative for COVID-19.

Jefferson County recorded a half-dozen new positives Tuesday and public health officials say out of 205 cases in total, 26 remain in isolation. The county has performed over 13,000 tests.

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