ALBANY – The state released its latest numbers for COVID-19 positive tests by county Sunday aftenroon.
Statewide, there have been 15,168 people test positive for coronavirus as of Sunday. Of those, 9,045 hailed from New York City, 1,900 from Nassau County, 1,873 in Westchester County and 1,034 in Suffolk County.
Locally, Albany County remains the county with the highest number of positives at 123. The full list of local counties is below.
- Albany County: 123
- Saratoga County: 41
- Schenectady County: 39
- Rensselaer County: 26
- Montgomery County: 3
- Hamilton County: 2
- Fulton County: 1
- Schoharie County: 1
- Warren County: 1
- Washington County: 1
Statewide, 61,401 people have been tested, including 15,915 new tests just Saturday. Albany County reported 2,545 tests and 577 new, while Saratoga County reported 1,038 total tests and 143 new, the only two local counties in the state’s top 10.
The full list from the state: Updated 2:15 p.m. Sunday, March 22
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