Percentage positive rate of COVID-19 in New York continues to decline


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ALBANY, NY (WSYR-TV) – New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Tuesday that New York State’s 7-day average COVID-19 positivity rate fell to 3, 71%, the lowest since November 28.

“The numbers continue to move in the right direction because New Yorkers take this virus seriously and do the right things to protect themselves and their families. New Yorkers should be commended for this, ”Governor Cuomo said. “We are working 24/7 to get the vaccines up and running as quickly as possible, and while we have the operational capacity to do more, the lack of supply remains the only limiting factor. So, while we strive to get everyone who is eligible to get vaccinated as quickly as possible, we need to continue to be smart: wear masks, socialize, avoid gatherings, and stay New York Tough. “

Tuesday’s data is briefly summarized below:

  • Reported test results – 136,392
  • Totally positive – 6,753
  • Positive percentage – 4.95%
  • Average percentage of positive over 7 days – 3.71%
  • Hospitalization of patients – 6,620 (-3)
  • Net change Hospitalization of patients last week – -1,255
  • Newly admitted patients – 560
  • Hospital counties – 53
  • USI number – 1 271 (+1)
  • Number of intensive care units with intubation – 878 (+3)
  • Total discharges – 138 975 (+433)
  • Deaths – 107
  • Total number of deaths – 37,328

It is important to note that data, including test results and hospitalization rates, reported at the start of the week often do not fully reflect the current situation due to the decline in discharges and test volume over the course of the week. of the weekend. Trends in data over a period of time, such as using 7-day averages, are a preferred metric.

The regional hospital bed capacity and occupancy figures, including the number of hospitalizations as a percentage of the region’s population, are as follows:

Region COVID patients currently hospitalized in the region COVID patients as a percentage of the region’s population Percentage of hospital beds available within 7 days as part of an emergency plan
Capital region 241 0.02% 31%
New York Center 128 0.02% 31%
Finger lakes 301 0.03% 40%
Long island 1 110 0.04% 32%
Mid-Hudson 697 0.03% 43%
Mohawk Valley 139 0.03% 33%
New York City 3 494 0.04% 31%
Northern country 72 0.02% 56%
South level 161 0.03% 46%
Western New York 277 0.02% 36%
Statewide 6,620 0.03% 34%

The bed capacity and number of occupations of the regional intensive care units are as follows:

Region Total number of intensive care beds in the region Total number of intensive care beds occupied in the region Percentage of available intensive care beds in the region (average 7 days)
Capital region 235 162 22%
New York Center 262 185 30%
Finger lakes 397 250 36%
Long island 865 669 21%
Mid-Hudson 680 408 38%
Mohawk Valley 127 97 27%
New York City 2,595 2.016 20%
Northern country 57 30 43%
South level 126 71 40%
Western New York 545 328 39%
Statewide 5 889 4,216 26%

The 7-day average percentage of positive test results reported in the past 3 days for each region is as follows:

REGION SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY
Capital region 2.50% 2.34% 2.27%
New York Center 1.67% 1.67% 1.72%
Finger lakes 2.38% 2.31% 2.38%
Long island 4.77% 4.62% 4.58%
Mid-Hudson 4.67% 4.53% 4.47%
Mohawk Valley 2.21% 2.23% 2.00%
New York City 4.53% 4.47% 4.39%
Northern country 3.96% 3.98% 3.97%
South level 0.85% 0.82% 0.90%
Western New York 3.62% 3.25% 3.31%
Statewide 3.83% 3.74% 3.71%

The 7-day average percentage of positive test results reported in the past three days by each borough in New York City is as follows:

ARRONDISSEMENT SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY
Bronx 6.22% 6.11% 5.76%
Brooklyn 4.80% 4.53% 4.38%
Manhattan 2.85% 2.70% 2.59%
Queens 4.82% 4.64% 4.55%
Staten island 4.71% 4.44% 4.35%

Of the total of 1,542,887 people who tested positive for the virus, the geographical distribution is as follows:

county Totally positive New positive
Albania 20,090 57
Allegania 2,768 8
Broome 13,803 46
Cattaraugus 4,185 16
Cayuga 5,182 6
Chautauqua 7,071 13
Chemung 6,307 11
Chenango 2 328 1
Clinton 3,258 19
Colombia 3,251 17
Cortland 3,027 4
Delaware 1,385 14
Dutch 21,024 81
Erie 62 208 209
Essex 1,249 7
Franklin 1,838 9
Fulton 3,072 15
Genesee 4,204 8
Greene 2,539 6
Hamilton 271 1
Herkimer 4,460 13
Jefferson 4,494 21
Lewis 1,949 8
Livingston 3 374 8
Madison 3,710 6
Monroe 50 830 133
Montgomery 3,002 14
Nassau 140 686 579
Niagara 14,803 47
new York 665,263 3,700
Oneida 19 215 29
Onondaga 31,580 75
Ontario 5 533 18
Orange 34 898 169
Orleans 2,373 3
Oswego 5 798 12
Otsego 2,196 12
Putnam 7 943 32
Rensselaer 8 621 29
Rocky Mountain Country 36 954 177
Saratoga 11 415 36
Schenectady 10,493 21
Schoharie 1,125 4
Schuyler 845 1
Seneca 1,500 2
Saint Laurent 5,034 19
Steuben 5 368 13
Suffolk 155,149 526
Sullivan 4,506 9
Tioga 2,687 6
Tompkins 3,340 5
Ulster 9 541 43
Warren 2,720 ten
Washington 2 190 23
Wayne 4.322 6
Westchester 102,197 381
Wyoming 2,712 12
Yates 1001 3

Yesterday, 107 New Yorkers died from COVID-19 in New York State, bringing the total to 37,328. The geographic breakdown is as follows, by department of residence:

Deaths by county of residence
county New deaths
Albania 1
Bronx 12
Broome 1
Chemung 1
Chenango 2
Clinton 1
Colombia 1
Delaware 1
Erie 4
kings 19
Manhattan 15
Monroe 3
Nassau 6
Niagara 1
Oneida 2
Onondaga 1
Orange 3
Otsego 1
Queens 16
Richmond 1
Suffolk 9
Ulster 2
Westchester 4


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