Monroe County, N.Y. – As of Sunday, November 15, 2020, the Monroe County Department of Health has confirmed 309 people have died amid 10,024 positive coronavirus tests in the county.
Of the 10,024 cases, 260 are new as of Sunday afternoon. The county’s seven-day rolling average of new cases is 238 per day, while the seven-day rolling positivity rate is 4.77%.
Of all of the cases reported, they include the following patients, by age and gender:
- 123 boys and 110 girls under 10
- 862 between 10 and 19, 391 male, 466 female, 2 non-binary and 3 unidentified
- 2,144 are in their 20s, 921 men and 1,199 women, 23 non-binary and one unidentified
- 1,402 are in their 30s, 615 men, 780 women, 4 non-binary and 3 unidentified
- 1,053 are in their 40s, 441 men, 610 women, one unidentified and one non-binary
- 1,292 are in their 50s, 540 men, 750 women, one non-binary and one unidentified
- 875 are in their 60s, 457 men and 416 women, one non-binary and one unidentified.
- 604 are in their 70s, 284 men and 320 women
- 386 are in their 80s, 158 men and 228 women
- 251 are in their 90s, 67 men and 184 women
- Three men and 14 women, 100 years old or older
- Two had no age listed
157 people are currently hospitalized as of Friday afternoon, 26 of whom are in the ICU.
7,407 patients have recovered from the virus as of Tuesday afternoon.
An interactive dashboard showing this information from the Monroe County Department of Health can be found online here.
512 people have tested positive for the virus as of Thursday. Five people have died of coronavirus.
The patients who died were over the age of 65.
There are a total of 90 people are in mandatory quarantine, while 89 are in mandatory isolation.
324 people have recovered.
There have been 42,940 negative test results in the county.
511 positive test results have come in as of Friday afternoon. Nine people have died – including a man in his 20s in Caledonia. a man in his 80s who lived at an Avon nursing home and four Avon women in their 80s who had underlying health issues, according to health officials.
Details were not released by the Department of Health about the other three deaths.
There are currently 58 active COVID-19 cases in the county.
If you are experiencing a fever, a dry cough, or shortness of breath, please contact the Livingston County Department of Health at (585) 243-7270.
There have been 39,963 negative test results in the county. 444 people have recovered.
879 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Ontario County as of Friday afternoon, with 19 new cases confirmed on Friday.
Seven people are in the hospital.
37 people have died from the virus.
710 people are in quarantine or isolation. 715 have recovered.
482 people have tested positive for the virus as of Thursday, according to county officials. There are 240 people under mandatory quarantine, while 72 are in mandatory isolation.
56 people have died from coronavirus in Orleans County. At least 30 of those deaths have been residents of the Villages of Orleans Health & Rehabilitation Center in Albion. There have been 89 confirmed cases at the nursing home, which has a capacity of 120 beds. 24 additional deaths were confirmed at Orchard Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Medina. There have been 58 confirmed cases there; the facility has a 160-bed capacity.
248 people have recovered.
22,300 tests have come back negative in the county.
187 people have been confirmed to have the virus in Seneca County – 59 of which are active as of Monday. Five people have died from coronavirus.
Two people are hospitalized for the virus. 370 people are under quarantine.
123 people have recovered.
As of Friday evening, there have been 1,423 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Steuben County. 216 of those cases are active.
35 new cases were announced Friday. The breakdown of those cases are as follows:
- 10 from the City of Corning
- 6 from the City of Hornell
- Two each from Addison, Canisteo, Corning, and Erwin
- One each from Cameron, Campbell, Caton, Greenwood, Lindley, Pulteney, Rathbone, Troupsburg, Wayne, Woodhull, and North Hornell.
Of the patients:
- 8 had contact with previously-documented positive patients
- 3 work at Wellsville Manor Care Center
- 2 live at Absolut Care Three Rivers, and 2 work at the site
- 2 work at NYSDOT in Hornell
- 2 are students at Corning Christian Academy
- One works at Broad Acres Nursing Home in Wellsboro
- One works at Corning Hospital
- One works at Jones Memorial Hospital
- One works at Corning Center
- One teaches at Campbell-Savona High School
- One works at GST BOCES Wildwood Campus
- One is a Alternative School for Math and Science in Corning student
- One is a Binghamton University student
- One works at Corning, Inc. at the Diesel Plant
84 people have died from the virus as of Friday. The most recent patient to have died from the virus was an 80-year-old man from Greenwood.
In addition to the locations noted above, officials say one or more patients reported visiting the following locations in the period in which they first began feeling symptoms or within 48 hours of becoming symptomatic:
- Holiday Inn in Elmira – Oct. 30
- Sunrise Restaurant in Dansville – Oct. 30
- Twin Tiers Construction, Monroe County – Oct. 30 and Nov. 2, 3
- P&J’s, Elkland, Penn. – Oct. 31, Nov. 2-7
- Hometown Eats & Treats, Addison – Oct. 30 (Morning)
- Studio Two Hair and Nail Salon, Corning – Oct. 30 (Afternoon)
- American Legion, Addison – Oct. 30 (Afternoon)
- Arkport Post Office – Oct. 30, Nov. 1
- Dollar Tree, Geneseo – Oct. 30-Nov. 1
- Henderson-Smith State Office Building, Hornell – Oct. 31
- C&N Bank, Elkland, Penn. – Oct. 30-31, Nov. 2
- Chemung County Public Defender’s Office – Oct. 30, Nov. 2-3
- St. Mary’s, Corning – Oct. 31
- Valu Home Centers, Hornell – Oct. 31
- Finger Lakes Bell Company at the Windmill in Penn Yan – Oct. 31, Nov. 7
- St. Mary’s Church, Corning – Nov. 1
- Our Lady of the Valley Church, Hornell – Nov. 1
- American Legion, Addison – Nov. 1, Nov. 2 (Afternoon), Nov. 3 (Morning)
- Enterprise at Fox’s Auto Group, Painted Post – Nov. 1
- Olive Garden, Big Flats – Nov. 1 (Lunch)
- Kennedy Valve, Elmira – Nov. 2
- First Heritage Federal Credit Union, Painted Post – Nov. 2
- Livingston County Health Department – Nov. 2
- DJ’s Flamingo, Bath – Nov. 2
- Arkport Post Office – Nov. 2-3
- Williams Honda, Big Flats – Nov. 2-3
- Steuben County Highway Dept. Equipment Shop – Nov. 2, 4
- Vision Hyundai, Canandaigua – Nov. 2-5
- Cooper Plains Community Church – Nov. 3
- Jasper Town Hall – Nov. 3
- Union Hall, Corning – Nov. 3 (Morning)
- Campbell Town Hall – Nov. 3 (Morning, evening)
- American Legion, Campbell – Nov. 3 (Afternoon)
- Union Hall, Corning – Nov. 3 (Afternoon)
- Hornell Arts Center – Nov. 3 (afternoon)
- Kanona Fire Hall – Nov. 3 (Evening)
- Bath Baptist Church – Nov. 3 (Evening)
- Crystal Lanes, Corning – Nov. 3 (Evening)
- Wagner Hardwoods in Cayuta – Nov. 3-5
- Homes Reflecting You by Sheri, Bath – Nov. 3, 4
- Hornell Arts Center – Nov. 3 (Morning)
- Billy Schu’s Food Bar, Hornell – Nov. 3 (Afternoon)
- Church Street Court Apartments Community Building, Hornell – Nov. 3 (Afternoon)
- South Dansville Fire Department – Nov. 3 (Evening)
- Union Hall, Corning – Nov. 3 (Evening)
- Chemung County Public Defender’s Office, Elmira – Nov. 3-6
- Ready, Set, Grow Childcare Center, Corning – Nov. 3-6
- North Dansville Town Hall – Nov. 4
- Corning Credit Union (Main Branch) – Nov. 4-6
- Steuben County Office Building – Nov. 4-5
- Kundlas Family Practice – Nov. 4-7, 9-10
- Williams Honda, Big Flats – Nov. 5-6
- Clinical Associates of the Southern Tier, Corning – Nov. 5, 9, 11
- Vision Hyundai of Canandaigua – Nov. 5-6
- Applebee’s, Painted Post – Nov. 5 (Evening)
- Snap Fitness in Corning – Nov. 5, 6, 9 (evenings)
- CAF USA in Elmira Heights – Nov. 6
- St. James Hospital – Nov. 6
- Buffalo Wild Wings, Horseheads – Nov. 6 (Dinner)
- Corning Museum of Glass – Nov. 6
- Corning Moose Lodge – Nov. 6
- Indian Hills Golf Course in Painted Post – Nov. 6 (afternoon)
- Fran’s Landing in Addison – Nov. 6 (afternoon)
- Jelly Beans Restaurant, Painted Post – Nov. 6 (Afternoon)
- Empire Telephone in Prattsburgh – Nov. 6, 9
- Wegmans, Corning – Nov. 6-7
- The Cutting Edge Salon, Hornell – Nov. 6-7
- Giovanni’s Pizzeria, Hornell – Nov. 6-7
- Finger Lakes DDSO, Newark – Nov. 6, 9
- Charleys Philly Steaks, Big Flats – Nov. 7 (Lunch)
- Firehouse Subs, Ithaca – Nov. 7 (Lunch)
- Oak’s Sports Bar, Corning – Nov. 7 (Afternoon)
- Slammin’ Jammin’ BBQ, Corning – Nov. 7
- Lucky Hare Brewing Company, Hector – Nov. 7
- Leidenfrost Winery, Hector – Nov. 7
- J.R. Dill Winery, Burdett – Nov. 7
- Wagner Vineyards Estate Winery, Lodi – Nov. 7
- Grist Iron Brewing Company, Burdett – Nov. 7 (Evening)
- Seneca Cheese Company, Watkins Glen – Nov. 7 (Evening)
- Corning Country Club – Nov. 7 (Evening)
- Fagan’s Funeral Home in Bath – Nov. 8
- Hammondsport Fire Hall – Nov. 8
- Christ Episcopal Church in Corning – Nov. 8
- Victory Highway Wesleyan Church, Painted Post – Nov. 8
- Ira Davenport Memorial Hospital – Nov. 9-10
- Cargill Salt, Watkins Glen – Nov. 9
- EDC Management in Corning – Nov. 9
- Corning YMCA – Nov. 9 (Morning)
- Applebee’s, Painted Post – Nov. 9 (Afternoon)
- National Fuel in Wellsville – Nov. 9, 10
- Campbell-Savona High School – Nov. 10
- Nails Plus, Bath – Nov. 10 (Evening)
- Moe’s Southwest Grill, Big Flats – Nov. 11 (Evening)
- Chilson-Wilcox, Painted Post – Nov. 12
- Hess Tire Service in Andover – Nov. 12 (morning)
- Bob Evans in Riverside – Nov. 13 (morning)
“On our call with local hospital systems this morning, it was shared that bed capacity is running low due to COVID-19 admissions in the area,” said Darlene Smith, Steuben County Public Health Director. “We currently have Steuben positives in their 30s to their 90s who are hospitalized. It is so important to limit social gatherings at this time, because these events lend to spread more readily. You could be lucky and not feel too ill with COVID-19, or you could end up in the hospital at any age – none of us know which way COVID could impact you specifically. Utilize all prevention strategies so that our hospitals are available for those who need care, COVID-related or otherwise.”
697 positive cases have been confirmed as of Friday. 106 cases are active, and 13 are in the hospital.
As of Thursday, 85 of the cases are in skilled nursing or adult care facilities. The DeMay Living Center in Newark has reported dozens of cases in residents and staff members recently.
12 people have died after testing positive for COVID-19. The county did not offer a location or gender for the patients who died.
579 of the cases have resolved.
As of Friday, 27,721 tests have been conducted; 27,024 have come back negative.
Wayne County Public Health officials say a number of cases have been traced to people not wearing masks or who have taken part in large, non-distanced gatherings. They are strongly recommending social distancing in public by remaining six feet or more apart, wearing a mask in public places, washing hands and using hand sanitizer frequently, and avoiding going to large gathering.
327 people have tested positive for coronavirus as of Friday afternoon.
Of those 327 patients, 83 are from the county’s northwest quadrant (Attica, Bennington, Orangeville and Sheldon), 56 are from the southwest quadrant (Arcade, Eagle, Java, Wethersfield), 41 are from the southeast quadrant (Castile, Gainesville, Genesee Falls and Pike), and 105 are from the northeast quadrant (Covington, Middlebury, Perry and Warsaw).
42 of the patients are at New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision facilities.
Five people died of the virus – all of whom lived in the northeast quadrant.
233 of the 327 patients in the county have recovered.
213 are in mandatory quarantine, and 47 are in mandatory isolation. Of tests conducted in the county, 27,546 have come back negative.
294 cases have been confirmed as of Friday afternoon. Two patients are currently hospitalized. 182 people are under quarantine.
Seven people have died.
253 people have recovered.
Deborah Minor, Yates County Public Health Director, is urging people to use cloth face coverings when they are going out in public, but reminds people that it is not a substitute for social distancing.
“These coverings help to slow the spread, primarily by reducing the risk of someone giving the virus to others – especially when that someone may have the virus but does not know it,” Minor said.