Cases of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Hudson Valley remain stable, according to the latest four-day test data.
Here are the general state data released on Saturday, June 27:
- Hospitalization of the patient: 908 (drop -43 the day before)
- Newly admitted patients – 78 (+16)
- Hospital Counties – 30
- ICU number – 230 (down -14 from previous day)
- Number of ICUs that are intubated – 144 (down -2 from the previous day)
- Total Downloads: 70,236 (+121 the day before)
- Deaths – 13
- Total deaths statewide: 24,830
Of the 73,262 tests done in New York State on Friday, June 26, 703, or .96 percent, were positive.
In the Hudson Valley, the percentages for the past four days are as follows:
Here are new cases by county:
- Westchester: 48;
- Orange County: 12;
- Dutchess County: 12;
- Rockland County: 9;
- Ulster: 5;
- Putnam: 2;
- Sullivan County: 2;
According to Johns Hopkins University, New York’s seven-day average of positive cases is the lowest in the country.
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