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Capital Region COVID-19 tracker by county for Wednesday, April 22

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State COVID-19 Tracker numbers for Capital Region Counties as of Wednesday afternoon, April 22. Testing data as of midnight Tuesday night.

Source: New York State Department of Health COVID-19 Tracker

Schenectady County

  • Number tested: 2,299 – 24 new (23 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 280 – 7 new (4 new day before)
  • Percent positive results: 12.2 percent
  • Deaths: 14 residents (1 new); 19 place of fatality (1 new)
    • Nursing home fatalities: 0
    • Adult care facility fatalities: 7 (0 new)

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Saratoga County

  • Number tested: 3,451 – 101 new (42 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 264 – 7 new (3 new day before)
  • Percent positive results: 7.6 percent
  • Deaths: 10 residence (0 new); 2 place of fatality (0 new)
    • Nursing home fatalities: 0
    • Adult care facility fatalities: 0

Albany County

  • Number tested: 7,535 – 236 new (164 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 737 – 33 new (17 new day before)
  • Percent positive results: 9.8 percent
  • Deaths: 20 residence (0 new); 36 place of fatality (0 new)
    • Nursing home fatalities: 3 (0 new)
    • Adult care facility fatalities: 0

Fulton County

  • Number tested: 460 – 7 new (4 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 28 – 1 new (0 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 6.1 percent
  • Deaths: 2 residence (0 new); 0 place of fatality
    • Nursing home fatalities: 0
    • Adult care facility fatalities: 0

Montgomery County

  • Number tested: 364 – 3 new (3 new day before) 
  • Tested Positive: 37 – 1 new (2 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 10.4 percent
  • Deaths: 3 residence (0 new); 1 place of fatality (0 new)
    • Nursing home fatalities: 0
    • Adult care facility fatalities: 0

Schoharie County

  • Number tested: 310 – 0 new (4 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 20 – 0 new (0 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 6.5 percent
  • Deaths: 1 residence (0 new); 0 place of fatality
    • Nursing home fatalities: 0
    • Adult care facility fatalities: 0

Rensselaer County

  • Number tested: 2,461 – 49 new (50 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 186 – 3 new (6 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 7.6 percent
  • Deaths: 7 residence (0 new); 11 place of fatality (0 new)
    • Nursing home fatalities: 1 (0 new)
    • Adult care facility fatalities: 0

Warren County

  • Number tested: 938 – 33 new (13 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 108 – 6 new (1 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 11.5 percent
  • Deaths: 4 residence (0 new); 6 place of fatality (0 new)
    • Nursing home fatalities: 0
    • Adult care facility fatalities: 2 (0 new)

Hamilton County

  • Number tested: 29 – 1 new (0 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 3 – 0 new
  • Percent positive: 10.3 percent
  • Deaths: 0

Washington County

  • Number tested: 631 – 17 (12 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 73 – 5 new (3 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 11.6 percent
  • Deaths: 3 residence (0 new); 0 place of fatality
    • Nursing home fatalities: 0
    • Adult care facility fatalities: 0

New York State

  • Number tested: 669,982 (20,657 new)
  • Tested Positive: 257,216 (5,526 new)
  • Deaths: 15,302 (474 new)
    • Nursing home fatalities: 2,869 (27 new)
    • Adult care facility fatalities: 636 (1 new)

Source: New York State Department of Health COVID-19 Tracker

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