The Chelan-Douglas Health District reported a record-breaking number of new COVID-19 cases Friday. The state does not report deaths on the weekend. The county has a total of 229,618 confirmed cases and 3,835 deaths. No. 5 United Kingdom 215 deaths, behind the record 1,166 April 21, as well 12,155 cases after a record 33,470 on November 12. Each of the sites will offer self-administered COVID-19 rapid tests, provided to the municipalities by Monroe County and NY state. Sullivan County has had 62 cases (52 confirmed and 10 probable) one new today.
In order to move from the red to the yellow tier, Bernalillo County would need to average would be around 54 cases a day. Statewide, there had been 26,507 hospitalizations and 4,644 intensive care unit admissions related to the disease. On Friday, the state reported two days' worth of figures to arrive at 17,344 cases.
The new cases were comprised of males and females whose ages range from younger than 1-years-old through their 100s, the city said.
Active cases dropped by 15 on Sunday to reach 115; they represented 7.5% of all the cases identified in the county and included 86 confirmed cases and 29 probable cases.
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On Saturday evening, Cattaraugus County reported an additional 21 cases. The state now has 2,290 people hospitalized from the virus, 91 more than on Sunday.
And the OHA said COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to rise.
According to the Wisconsin Hospital Association, there were 1,814 hospitalized with the virus as of Sunday. Indicators met were new cases increase, new cases per capita, emergency department visits, proportion of cases not in congregate settings, and outpatient visits. Another eight Pulaski County residents have tested positive, for a new total of 442.
The province reports 13 more people in the EOHU have tested positive for COVID-19.