Lewis County has leveled off once again, with no active cases, the public health office confirms.
Per their latest reports Monday, 65 infections have been recorded since March. Nearly 9,000 tests have been performed and no virus related deaths have occurred.
For the first time since March, Oneida County recorded a milestone with no active cases to report from Monday.
Since our last report, there have been no additional virus related deaths, as 122 people altogether have passed away from COVID-19 related complications since March.
With 2,337 infections, 87 cases remain active and 6 people remain hospitalized with virus related complications, County Executive Anthony Picente reports.
Over 128,000 tests have been performed, health officials report.
Herkimer County reported 2 new positives Monday, according to public health officials. With 325 total infections, 8 cases remain active and no one is hospitalized from virus related complications.
10 people have passed away from virus related complications since the pandemic began and over 32,000 test results have shown up negative, according to health officials.
1 new positive was confirmed Monday in Jefferson County, health officials report. No one is hospitalized from virus related complications, as 6 cases remain active.
247 cases have been tallied up since the pandemic began in March and over 18,000 tests have been performed.