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Western New York’s daily COVID hospitalization rate hits the highest number since April



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ALBANY, NY (WIVB) –Western New York’s COVID- 19 problem continues, according to the latest data from Albany.

As of Friday, the number of patients hospitalized with coronavirus hit a record high of 265, the highest since April.

According to the state, nearly six percent of coronavirus cases returned positive Friday across the region. It is by far the highest in the state.

Inside the region’s three cluster zones, we see mixed results. The current seven-day rolling averages in Erie County’s orange and Niagara County yellow zones are both down.

But the rolling average in Erie County’s yellow zone is up, almost an entire point.

The data are summarized briefly below:

  • Patient admission – 2,443 (+95)
  • Recently admitted patients – 381
  • Hospital Amter – 50
  • ICU number – 467 (+22)
  • Number ICU with intubation – 212 (+7)
  • Total emissions – 83.031 (+265)
  • Deaths: Dead – 34
  • Total deaths – 26,326

Each region’s percentage of positive test results reported over the last three days is as follows:

TERRITORY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY CURRENT 7-DAY AVERAGE
Capital Region 2.2% 1.9% 2.4% 2.36%
Central New York 3.3% 3.2% 3.5% 3.67%
Fingersøer 2.9% 3.2% 3.8% 3.60%
Long island 3.1% 2.9% 2.9% 3.11%
Mid-Hudson 3.9% 3.4% 3.7% 3.79%
Mohawk Valley 2.2% 2.3% 3.3% 2.49%
New York City 2.4% 2.4% 2.6% 2.54%
Nordland 1.3% 1.6% 2.2% 1.79%
Southern tier 1.4% 0.9% 1.2% 1.18%
Western New York 4.1% 4.1% 5.7% 4.99%

Of the 590,822 total individuals who tested positive for the virus, the geographical breakdown is as follows:

Amt All in all positive New positive
Albany 5,013 107
Allegany 807 49
Broome 4,792 104
Cattaraugus 842 33
Cayuga 698 17
Chautauqua 1,362 11
Chemung 2,571 53
Chenango 551 9
Clinton 412 6
Columbia 952 18
Cortland 870 31
Delaware 300 3
Dutchness 6,569 76
Erie 20,549 446
Essex 246 6
Franklin 229 9
Fulton 429 13
Genesee 736 41
Greene 622 18
Hamilton 36 1
Herkimer 564 12
Jefferson 407 31
Lewis 300 16
Livingston 577 28
Madison 795 19
Monroe 12,092 359
Montgomery 376 12
Nassau 56,278 403
Niagara 3,089 66
NYC 292,825 1,935
Oneida 4,038 142
Onondaga 8,948 213
Ontario 1,072 th most common 33
orange 15,799 122
Orleans 554 4
Oswego 1,164 63
Otsego 505 8
Putnam 2,356 48
Rensselaer 1,494 45
Rockland 20,511 160
Saratoga 1,875 th most common 33
Schenectady 2,062 65
Schoharie 166 4
Schuyler 253 5
Seneca 240 8
St. Lawrence 658 9
Steuben 1,525 23
Suffolk 55,808 479
Sullivan 2,065 21
Tioga 1,013 th most common 15
Tompkins 876 28
Ulster 3,004 35
Warren 537 7
Washington 418 4
Wayne 901 43
Westchester 46,469 405
Wyoming 398 14
Yates 224 4

On Friday, 34 New Yorkers died due to COVID-19 in the state of New York, bringing the total amount to 26,326. A geographical division is as follows:

Deaths by region of residence
Amt New deaths
Allegany 1
Broome 1
Dutchness 1
Erie 9
Franklin 1
Kings 5
Livingston 1
Montgomery 1
Nassau 1
Oneida 1
Onondaga 4
orange 1
Oswego 1
Queens 2
Rockland 1
Steuben 1
Ulster 1
Westchester 1

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