Capital Region COVID-19 tracker for Tuesday, Aug. 18, by county

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State COVID-19 Tracker numbers for Capital Region counties as of Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 18. Testing data as of midnight Monday night. 

 

Sources: 

New York State Department of Health COVID-19 Tracker

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Fatalities by County

Schenectady County

Number tested:

50,482 – 515 new (536 new day before)

 

Tested Positive:

1,130 – 9 new (2 new day before)

Today’s Percent Positive –

1.75 percent (0.38 percent day before)

Deaths:

41 residents (0 new); 39 place of fatality (0 new)

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Saratoga County

Number tested:

57,780 – 934 new (498 new day before)

Tested Positive:

800 – 5 new (3 new day before)

Today’s Percent Positive –

0.54 percent (0.60 percent day before)

Deaths:

15 residents (0 new); 5 place of fatality (0 new)

Albany County

Number tested:

92,373 – 991 new (700 new day before)

Tested Positive:

2,661 – 4 new (3 new day before)

Today’s Percent Positive –

0.40 percent (0.43 percent day before)

Deaths:

119 residents (0 new); 173 place of fatality (0 new)

Fulton County

Number tested:

16,189 – 112 new (76 new day before)

Tested Positive:

305 – 2 new (0 new day before)

Today’s Percent Positive –

1.79 percent (0.0 percent day before)

Deaths:

28 residents (0 new); 20 place of fatality (0 new)

Montgomery County

Number tested:

18,012 – 192 new (130 new day before)

Tested Positive:

188 – 0 new (1 new day before)

Today’s Percent Positive –

0.0 percent (0.77 percent day before)

Deaths:

5 residents (1 new); 6 place of fatality (1 new)

Schoharie County

Number tested:

5,633 – 65 new (52 new day before)

Tested Positive:

69 – 0 new (0 new day before)

Today’s Percent Positive –

0.0 percent (0.0 percent day before)

Deaths:

2 residents (0 new); 0 place of fatality

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Rensselaer County

Num

ber tested:

40,274 – 422 new (304 new day before)

Tested Positive:

801 – 6 new (0 new day before)

Today’s Percent Positive –

1.42 percent (0.0 percent day before)

Deaths:

41 residents (0 new); 45 place of fatality (0 new)

Warren County

Number tested:

19,716 – 209 new (188 new day before)

Tested Positive:

313 – 1 new (0 new day before)

Today’s Percent Positive –

0.48 percent (0.0 percent day before)

Deaths:

30 residents (0 new); 31 place of fatality (0 new)

Hamilton County

Number tested:

1,547 – 6 new (1 new day before)

Tested Positive:

11 – 0 new (0 new day before)

Today’s Percent Positive –

0.0 percent (0.0 percent day before)

Deaths:

1 resident (0 new); 0 place of fatality

Washington County

Number tested:

17,724 – 180 new (144 new day before)

Tested Positive:

262 – 1 new (0 new day before)

Today’s Percent Positive –

  0.56 percent (0.0 percent day before)

Deaths:

14 residents (0 new); 11 place of fatality (0 new)

New York State

Number tested:

7,191,978 – 66,891 new

Tested Positive:

426,571 – 655 new

Today’s Percent Positive –

0.98 percent

Deaths:

25,264 (8 more than previous day)

Source: 

New York State Department of Health COVID-19 Tracker

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