GOVERNOR CUOMO UPDATES NEW YORKERS ON STATE’S PROGRESS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

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  • ,055 Patient Hospitalizations Statewide

    1,560 Patients in the ICU; 1,011 Intubated

    Statewide Positivity Rate is 6.18%

    174 COVID-19 Deaths in New York State Yesterday

    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today updated New Yorkers on the state’s progress during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

    “COVID-19 is continuing to spread across the state, and the footrace continues between our ability to quickly distribute the vaccine—hampered only by supply—and the virus’ new strains and new cases,” Governor Cuomo said. Our large network of distribution sites is ready, willing and able to get more vaccines to New Yorkers, faster—all we need is the supply. In the meantime, New Yorkers who aren’t yet eligible should stay vigilant as we get through the winter, washing their hands, wearing masks and socially distancing. The extent of community spread is a function of our actions, and we can slow it down. Our citizens have already been brave and resilient through the enormous hardship that we’ve faced over the last year, saving countless lives. Now we need to get through to the light at the end of the tunnel.”

    Today’s data is summarized briefly below:

    • Total Positive – 13,886
    • Percent Positive – 6.18%
    • Patient Hospitalization – 9,055 (-218)
    • Patients Newly Admitted  1,000
    • Hospital Counties – 57
    • Number ICU – 1,560 (-61)
    • Number ICU with Intubation – 1,011 (-33)
    • Total Discharges – 118,889 (+1,007)
    • Deaths – 174
    • Total Deaths – 33,594

    The regional hospital bed capacity and occupancy numbers, including the number of hospitalizations as a percent of the region’s population, is as follows:

    Region

    COVID Patients Currently in Hospital in Region

    COVID Patients as Percent of Region Population

    Percent of Hospital Beds Available Within 7 Days Under Surge Plan

    Capital Region

    540

    0.05%

    25%

    Central New York

    309

    0.04%

    29%

    Finger Lakes

    727

    0.06%

    33%

    Long Island

    1,645

    0.06%

    28%

    Mid-Hudson

    1,076

    0.05%

    40%

    Mohawk Valley

    266

    0.05%

    26%

    New York City

    3,669

    0.04%

    31%

    North Country

    104

    0.02%

    50%

    Southern Tier

    241

    0.04%

    42%

    Western New York

    478

    0.03%

    32%

    Statewide

    9,055

    0.05%

    32%

    The regional ICU bed capacity and occupancy numbers are as follows:

    Region

    Total ICU Beds in Region

    Total Occupied ICU Beds in Region

    Percent of ICU Beds Available in Region (7-day Avg)

    Capital Region

    260

    213

    19%

    Central New York

    262

    194

    29%

    Finger Lakes

    397

    314

    22%

    Long Island

    859

    672

    21%

    Mid-Hudson

    684

    431

    36%

    Mohawk Valley

    131

    104

    24%

    New York City

    2,545

    2,010

    23%

    North Country

    65

    43

    32%

    Southern Tier

    125

    84

    36%

    Western New York

    545

    331

    38%

    Statewide

    5,873

    4,396

    26%

    Each region’s 7-day average percentage of positive test results reported over the last three days is as follows:

    REGION

    MONDAY

    TUESDAY

    WEDNESDAY

    Capital Region

    7.16%

    7.08%

    6.91%

    Central New York

    5.80%

    5.77%

    5.77%

    Finger Lakes

    6.62%

    6.47%

    6.41%

    Long Island

    7.68%

    7.47%

    7.39%

    Mid-Hudson

    7.13%

    7.00%

    6.98%

    Mohawk Valley

    7.85%

    7.70%

    7.54%

    New York City

    5.66%

    5.70%

    5.73%

    North Country

    7.49%

    7.13%

    7.09%

    Southern Tier

    3.73%

    3.57%

    3.51%

    Western New York

    6.55%

    6.45%

    6.20%

    Statewide

    6.34%

    6.27%

    6.23%

    Each New York City borough’s 7-day average percentage of positive test results reported over the last three days is as follows:

    BOROUGH

    MONDAY

    TUESDAY

    WEDNESDAY

    Bronx

    7.17%

    6.90%

    7.10%

    Brooklyn

    5.69%

    5.80%

    5.75%

    Manhattan

    3.37%

    3.36%

    3.50%

    Queens

    6.04%

    6.48%

    6.15%

    Staten Island

    5.98%

    6.11%

    5.95%

    Of the 1,285,337 total individuals who tested positive for the virus, the geographic breakdown is as follows:

    County

    Total Positive

    New Positive

    Albany

    16,788

    267

    Allegany

    2,394

    19

    Broome

    11,467

    212

    Cattaraugus

    3,462

    35

    Cayuga

    4,558

    84

    Chautauqua

    5,742

    82

    Chemung

    5,689

    46

    Chenango

    1,821

    26

    Clinton

    2,264

    55

    Columbia

    2,578

    54

    Cortland

    2,696

    28

    Delaware

    1,044

    15

    Dutchess

    17,182

    219

    Erie

    53,064

    591

    Essex

    997

    9

    Franklin

    1,202

    38

    Fulton

    2,190

    50

    Genesee

    3,752

    63

    Greene

    2,097

    19

    Hamilton

    150

    3

    Herkimer

    3,743

    61

    Jefferson

    3,331

    59

    Lewis

    1,558

    18

    Livingston

    2,767

    30

    Madison

    3,209

    36

    Monroe

    45,002

    371

    Montgomery

    2,298

    33

    Nassau

    117,371

    1,306

    Niagara

    12,410

    181

    NYC

    542,799

    5,198

    Oneida

    17,167

    191

    Onondaga

    28,226

    278

    Ontario

    4,815

    45

    Orange

    29,406

    328

    Orleans

    1,968

    23

    Oswego

    5,012

    51

    Otsego

    1,779

    41

    Putnam

    6,670

    94

    Rensselaer

    7,112

    147

    Rockland

    32,407

    270

    Saratoga

    9,527

    152

    Schenectady

    8,869

    99

    Schoharie

    926

    12

    Schuyler

    730

    6

    Seneca

    1,263

    24

    St. Lawrence

    3,753

    68

    Steuben

    4,680

    48

    Suffolk

    131,309

    1,505

    Sullivan

    3,923

    36

    Tioga

    2,268

    40

    Tompkins

    2,752

    45

    Ulster

    7,901

    79

    Warren

    2,163

    44

    Washington

    1,574

    32

    Wayne

    3,773

    51

    Westchester

    86,646

    923

    Wyoming

    2,248

    36

    Yates

    845

    10

    Yesterday, 174 New Yorkers died due to COVID-19 in New York State, bringing the total to 33,594. A geographic breakdown is as follows, by county of residence:

    Deaths by County of Residence

    County

    New Deaths

    Albany

    2

    Bronx

    7

    Broome

    3

    Cayuga

    3

    Chautauqua

    2

    Chemung

    1

    Columbia

    1

    Delaware

    2

    Dutchess

    2

    Erie

    10

    Fulton

    1

    Genesee

    1

    Greene

    1

    Herkimer

    5

    Jefferson

    1

    Kings

    21

    Manhattan

    5

    Monroe

    11

    Montgomery

    2

    Nassau

    8

    Niagara

    3

    Oneida

    6

    Onondaga

    2

    Ontario

    1

    Orleans

    2

    Oswego

    2

    Queens

    20

    Rensselaer

    1

    Richmond

    7

    Rockland

    3

    Saratoga

    1

    Schenectady

    6

    Seneca

    1

    Suffolk

    18

    Tompkins

    1

    Ulster

    2

    Washington

    1

    Wayne

    2

    Westchester

    5

    Yates

    1

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    For Immediate Release: 1/22/2021
    GOVERNOR ANDREW M. CUOMO

    GOVERNOR CUOMO UPDATES NEW YORKERS ON STATE’S PROGRESS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

        

    Additional Cases of UK Variant in Westchester and Kings Counties, Brings Total Cases to 25

    8,846 Patient Hospitalizations Statewide

     

    1,546 Patients in the ICU; 992 Intubated

     

    Statewide Positivity Rate is 5.65%

     

    165 COVID-19 Deaths in New York State Yesterday

        

    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today updated New Yorkers on the state’s progress during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Three additional cases of the UK variant were identified in Westchester and Kings Counties. To date, there are 25 known cases of the variant in New York State.

     

    We are in a war with COVID and as I’ve said time and again, winning this war will mean winning the footrace between how fast the infection rate goes up and how fast we can vaccinate New Yorkers,” Governor Cuomo said. “Positivity and hospitalizations are both down, which is good news, but it in no way means we’re out of the woods. What’s concerning now is the emergence of three new frightening strains of the virus which could send those numbers back in the other direction. As we have done throughout this crisis, we will continue to monitor these strains closely, follow the science, and continue our work to vaccinate New Yorkers as quickly and fairly as possible.”

     

    Today’s data is summarized briefly below:

    • Test Results Reported  268,001
    • Total Positive – 15,144
    • Percent Positive – 5.65%
    • Patient Hospitalization  8,846 (-209)
    • Patients Newly Admitted  1,045
    • Hospital Counties – 57
    • Number ICU  1,546 (-14)
    • Number ICU with Intubation  992 (-19)
    • Total Discharges  119,953 (+1,064)
    • Deaths  165
    • Total Deaths  33,763

    The regional hospital bed capacity and occupancy numbers, including the number of hospitalizations as a percent of the region’s population, is as follows:

     

    Region

    COVID Patients Currently in Hospital in Region

    COVID Patients as Percent of Region Population

    Percent of Hospital Beds Available Within 7 Days Under Surge Plan

    Capital Region

    536

    0.05%

    25%

    Central New York

    275

    0.04%

    29%

    Finger Lakes

    714

    0.06%

    33%

    Long Island

    1,613

    0.06%

    28%

    Mid-Hudson

    1,071

    0.05%

    40%

    Mohawk Valley

    259

    0.05%

    26%

    New York City

    3,600

    0.04%

    31%

    North Country

    108

    0.03%

    50%

    Southern Tier

    240

    0.04%

    42%

    Western New York

    430

    0.03%

    33%

    Statewide

    8,846

    0.05%

    32%

     

    The regional ICU bed capacity and occupancy numbers are as follows:

     

    Region

    Total ICU Beds in Region

    Total Occupied ICU Beds in Region

    Percent of ICU Beds Available in Region (7-day Avg)

    Capital Region

    257

    212

    19%

    Central New York

    262

    184

    30%

    Finger Lakes

    397

    309

    22%

    Long Island

    856

    681

    20%

    Mid-Hudson

    683

    440

    36%

    Mohawk Valley

    131

    100

    25%

    New York City

    2,552

    1,992

    23%

    North Country

    63

    45

    32%

    Southern Tier

    125

    84

    35%

    Western New York

    544

    340

    38%

    NYS TOTAL

    5,870

    4,387

    26%

    Yesterday, 268,001 test results were reported to New York State, and 5.65 percent were positive. Each region’s 7-day average percentage of positive test results reported over the last three days is as follows:

      

    REGION

    TUESDAY

    WEDNESDAY

    THURSDAY

    Capital Region

    7.08%

    6.91%

    6.91%

    Central New York

    5.77%

    5.77%

    5.56%

    Finger Lakes

    6.47%

    6.41%

    6.07%

    Long Island

    7.47%

    7.39%

    7.31%

    Mid-Hudson

    7.00%

    6.98%

    6.91%

    Mohawk Valley

    7.70%

    7.54%

    7.13%

    New York City

    5.70%

    5.73%

    5.71%

    North Country

    7.13%

    7.09%

    7.04%

    Southern Tier

    3.57%

    3.51%

    3.52%

    Western New York

    6.45%

    6.20%

    6.02%

    Statewide

    6.27%

    6.23%

    6.15%

     

    Each New York City borough’s 7-day average percentage of positive test results reported over the last three days is as follows:

      

    BOROUGH

    TUESDAY

    WEDNESDAY

    THURSDAY

    Bronx

    6.90%

    7.10%

    7.44%

    Brooklyn

    5.80%

    5.75%

    6.03%

    Manhattan

    3.36%

    3.50%

    3.81%

    Queens

    6.48%

    6.15%

    6.42%

    Staten Island

    6.11%

    5.95%

    6.32%

     

    Of the 1,300,481 total individuals who tested positive for the virus, the geographic breakdown is as follows:

      

    County

    Total Positive

    New Positive

    Albany

    17,045

    257

    Allegany

    2,413

    19

    Broome

    11,657

    190

    Cattaraugus

    3,528

    66

    Cayuga

    4,608

    50

    Chautauqua

    5,844

    102

    Chemung

    5,739

    50

    Chenango

    1,850

    29

    Clinton

    2,317

    53

    Columbia

    2,645

    67

    Cortland

    2,710

    14

    Delaware

    1,067

    23

    Dutchess

    17,424

    242

    Erie

    53,605

    541

    Essex

    1,017

    20

    Franklin

    1,269

    67

    Fulton

    2,241

    51

    Genesee

    3,803

    51

    Greene

    2,140

    43

    Hamilton

    161

    11

    Herkimer

    3,839

    96

    Jefferson

    3,388

    57

    Lewis

    1,582

    24

    Livingston

    2,815

    48

    Madison

    3,243

    34

    Monroe

    45,400

    398

    Montgomery

    2,342

    44

    Nassau

    118,735

    1,364

    Niagara

    12,602

    192

    NYC

    549,106

    6,307

    Oneida

    17,346

    179

    Onondaga

    28,476

    250

    Ontario

    4,855

    40

    Orange

    29,753

    347

    Orleans

    2,003

    35

    Oswego

    5,059

    47

    Otsego

    1,803

    24

    Putnam

    6,748

    78

    Rensselaer

    7,262

    150

    Rockland

    32,660

    253

    Saratoga

    9,689

    162

    Schenectady

    9,021

    152

    Schoharie

    943

    17

    Schuyler

    745

    15

    Seneca

    1,276

    13

    St. Lawrence

    3,855

    102

    Steuben

    4,719

    39

    Suffolk

    132,748

    1,439

    Sullivan

    3,954

    31

    Tioga

    2,294

    26

    Tompkins

    2,779

    27

    Ulster

    8,017

    116

    Warren

    2,201

    38

    Washington

    1,612

    38

    Wayne

    3,811

    38

    Westchester

    87,570

    924

    Wyoming

    2,284

    36

    Yates

    863

    18

     

    Yesterday, 165 New Yorkers died due to COVID-19 in New York State, bringing the total to 33,763. A geographic breakdown is as follows, by county of residence:

      

    Deaths by County of Residence

    County

    New Deaths

    Albany

    3

    Bronx

    7

    Broome

    6

    Cattaraugus

    1

    Chautauqua

    3

    Delaware

    2

    Dutchess

    6

    Erie

    6

    Essex

    2

    Fulton

    1

    Greene

    2

    Herkimer

    2

    Jefferson

    1

    Kings

    21

    Manhattan

    5

    Monroe

    13

    Nassau

    8

    Oneida

    11

    Onondaga

    4

    Orange

    1

    Oswego

    3

    Otsego

    1

    Queens

    18

    Rensselaer

    1

    Richmond

    2

    Rockland

    2

    Saratoga

    2

    Schenectady

    1

    Schoharie

    1

    Suffolk

    19

    Washington

    2

    Westchester

    8

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    For Immediate Release: 1/20/2021
    GOVERNOR ANDREW M. CUOMO

    GOVERNOR CUOMO UPDATES NEW YORKERS ON STATE’S PROGRESS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

    Four Additional Cases of UK Variant in Saratoga, Warren and Suffolk Counties Bring Total Cases to 22

    9,273 Patient Hospitalizations Statewide

    1,621 Patients in the ICU; 1,044 Intubated

    Statewide Positivity Rate is 6.84%

    185 COVID-19 Deaths in New York State Yesterday

    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today updated New Yorkers on the state’s progress during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Four additional cases of the UK variant were identified, one in Saratoga County, one in Warren County and two in Suffolk County. The new Saratoga and Warren County cases are tied to the first case discovered in Saratoga County. To date, there are 22 known cases of the variant in New York State.

    “Right now, we are in a footrace between how quickly we distribute the vaccine and how quickly the infection is spreading,” Governor Cuomo said. “The good news – the infection rate is a function of people’s behavior and right now it’s on the decline, meaning New Yorkers are acting responsibly. The bad news – not only is the federal vaccine supply not keeping up with our ability to administer it, but we are continuing to see new instances of the UK strain, which is much more transmissible. I believe brighter days are ahead with the new administration at the helm and we will continue to do everything within our power to get shots in arms as quickly and fairly as possible.”

    Today’s data is summarized briefly below:

    • Test Results Reported – 195,409
    • Total Positive – 13,364
    • Percent Positive – 6.84%
    • Patient Hospitalization – 9,273 (+37)
    • Patients Newly Admitted – 1,128
    • Hospital Counties – 57
    • Number ICU – 1,621 (+7)
    • Number ICU with Intubation – 1,044 (-5)
    • Total Discharges – 117,882 (+830)
    • Deaths – 185
    • Total Deaths – 33,415

    The regional hospital bed capacity and occupancy numbers, including the number of hospitalizations as a percent of the region’s population, is as follows:

    Region

    COVID Patients Currently in Hospital in Region

    COVID Patients as Percent of Region Population

    Percent of Hospital Beds Available Within 7 Days Under Surge Plan

    Capital Region

    553

    0.05%

    25%

    Central New York

    320

    0.04%

    29%

    Finger Lakes

    741

    0.06%

    34%

    Long Island

    1,671

    0.06%

    28%

    Mid-Hudson

    1,107

    0.05%

    40%

    Mohawk Valley

    297

    0.06%

    25%

    New York City

    3,745

    0.04%

    31%

    North Country

    109

    0.03%

    50%

    Southern Tier

    243

    0.04%

    42%

    Western New York

    487

    0.04%

    32%

    Statewide

    9,273

    0.05%

    32%

    The regional ICU bed capacity and occupancy numbers are as follows:

    Region

    Total ICU Beds in Region

    Total Occupied ICU Beds in Region

    Percent of ICU Beds Available in Region (7-day Avg)

    Capital Region

    263

    218

    19%

    Central New York

    262

    198

    29%

    Finger Lakes

    397

    308

    22%

    Long Island

    854

    685

    22%

    Mid-Hudson

    685

    435

    36%

    Mohawk Valley

    131

    101

    24%

    New York City

    2,518

    1,911

    23%

    North Country

    63

    45

    32%

    Southern Tier

    125

    85

    36%

    Western New York

    545

    334

    37%

    NYS TOTAL

    5,843

    4,320

    26%

    Each region’s 7-day average percentage of positive test results reported over the last three days is as follows:

    REGION

    SUNDAY

    MONDAY

    TUESDAY

    Capital Region

    7.45%

    7.16%

    7.08%

    Central New York

    5.84%

    5.80%

    5.77%

    Finger Lakes

    6.87%

    6.62%

    6.47%

    Long Island

    7.84%

    7.68%

    7.47%

    Mid-Hudson

    7.25%

    7.13%

    7.00%

    Mohawk Valley

    7.78%

    7.85%

    7.70%

    New York City

    5.73%

    5.66%

    5.70%

    North Country

    7.38%

    7.49%

    7.13%

    Southern Tier

    3.71%

    3.73%

    3.57%

    Western New York

    6.46%

    6.55%

    6.45%

    Statewide

    6.42%

    6.34%

    6.27%

    Each New York City borough’s 7-day average percentage of positive test results reported over the last three days is as follows:

    BOROUGH

    SUNDAY

    MONDAY

    TUESDAY

    Bronx

    7.07%

    7.17%

    6.90%

    Brooklyn

    5.76%

    5.69%

    5.80%

    Manhattan

    3.48%

    3.37%

    3.36%

    Queens

    6.14%

    6.04%

    6.48%

    Staten Island

    6.11%

    5.98%

    6.11%

               

    Of the 1,271,451 total individuals who tested positive for the virus, the geographic breakdown is as follows:

    County

    Total Positive

    New Positive

    Albany

    16,521

    178

    Allegany

    2,375

    9

    Broome

    11,255

    147

    Cattaraugus

    3,427

    27

    Cayuga

    4,474

    42

    Chautauqua

    5,660

    59

    Chemung

    5,643

    40

    Chenango

    1,795

    37

    Clinton

    2,209

    29

    Columbia

    2,524

    29

    Cortland

    2,668

    26

    Delaware

    1,029

    20

    Dutchess

    16,963

    206

    Erie

    52,473

    245

    Essex

    988

    8

    Franklin

    1,164

    17

    Fulton

    2,140

    27

    Genesee

    3,689

    25

    Greene

    2,078

    20

    Hamilton

    147

    1

    Herkimer

    3,682

    79

    Jefferson

    3,272

    58

    Lewis

    1,540

    45

    Livingston

    2,737

    33

    Madison

    3,173

    24

    Monroe

    44,631

    313

    Montgomery

    2,265

    35

    Nassau

    116,065

    1,096

    Niagara

    12,229

    86

    NYC

    537,601

    6,594

    Oneida

    16,976

    165

    Onondaga

    27,948

    193

    Ontario

    4,770

    40

    Orange

    29,078

    230

    Orleans

    1,945

    26

    Oswego

    4,961

    47

    Otsego

    1,738

    67

    Putnam

    6,576

    55

    Rensselaer

    6,965

    91

    Rockland

    32,137

    253

    Saratoga

    9,375

    108

    Schenectady

    8,770

    110

    Schoharie

    914

    17

    Schuyler

    724

    8

    Seneca

    1,239

    7

    St. Lawrence

    3,685

    55

    Steuben

    4,632

    37

    Suffolk

    129,804

    1,224

    Sullivan

    3,887

    46

    Tioga

    2,228

    22

    Tompkins

    2,707

    50

    Ulster

    7,822

    77

    Warren

    2,119

    57

    Washington

    1,542

    40

    Wayne

    3,722

    34

    Westchester

    85,723

    703

    Wyoming

    2,212

    38

    Yates

    835

    9

    Yesterday, 185 New Yorkers died due to COVID-19 in New York State, bringing the total to 33,415. A geographic breakdown is as follows, by county of residence:

    Deaths by County of Residence

    County

    New Deaths

    Albany

    3

    Bronx

    16

    Broome

    1

    Cayuga

    1

    Chautauqua

    1

    Chenango

    2

    Columbia

    1

    Delaware

    3

    Dutchess

    3

    Erie

    9

    Genesee

    1

    Greene

    1

    Herkimer

    2

    Jefferson

    1

    Kings

    21

    Livingston

    2

    Manhattan

    9

    Monroe

    10

    Nassau

    18

    Niagara

    4

    Oneida

    3

    Onondaga

    2

    Orange

    2

    Putnam

    1

    Queens

    12

    Rensselaer

    2

    Richmond

    3

    Rockland

    2

    Saratoga

    1

    Schenectady

    1

    St. Lawrence

    3

    Suffolk

    21

    Tompkins

    1

    Ulster

    3

    Warren

    2

    Wayne

    2

    Westchester

    12

    Wyoming

    1

    Yates

    2

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