With thousands of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) tests being conducted daily throughout New York, the Hudson Valley has seen a steady number of patients testing positive for the virus.
In New York, 52,025 COVID-19 tests were conducted in the past 24 hours, with a total of 524 (1 percent) testing positive for the virus, giving the state a 1.1 percent average over the past week.
The rolling seven-day average in New York of positive cases is the lowest in the country, according to Johns Hopkins University.
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In the Hudson Valley, the number of positive cases has remained relatively steady:
- Saturday, June 27: 1.0 percent;
- Sunday, June 28: 0.6 percent;
- Monday, June 29: 1.0 percent.
New cases were reported in:
- Westchester: 40;
- Rockland County: 10;
- Orange County: 7;
- Dutchess County: 6;
- Ulster: 3;
- Putnam: 1;
- Sullivan County: 0.
Statewide, there are currently 891 COVID-19 patients still hospitalized, the lowest since the pandemic started in mid-March. There were 13 newly reported COVID-19 deaths, bringing the total to 24,855.
In the past three months, 3,914,938 New Yorkers have been tested for COVID-19, with 393,454 testing positive.
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