New COVID-19 cases down in Hudson Valley

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ALBANY – New cases of COVID-19 are on the decline in the Hudson Valley. For the first time in months, the one-day total, for Wednesday, dropped below 1,000 to 848.

There were 23 new deaths reported.

“The good news is New York’s numbers continue to show progress as the holiday surge recedes,” said Governor Cuomo. “Our positivity rate has been steadily declining, and that success is a reflection of New Yorkers’ commitment to defeating this beast. We know the weapon to win the war is the vaccine and more and more needles are getting into the arms every day, but the federal supply is still not enough.”

COUNTY TOTAL POSITIVE NEW POSITIVE
Columbia 3,051 11
Dutchess 19,512 70
Greene 2,406 20
Orange 32,830 166
Putnam 7,456 24
Rockland 35,094 144
Sullivan 4,278 20
Ulster 8,955 46
Westchester 95.989 347

 

COUNTY NEW DEATHS
Columbia 1
Dutchess 4
Orange 4
Rockland 3
Ulster 1
Westchester 10