Capital Region

Capital Region COVID-19 Tracker for Tuesday, Nov. 17, by county

Source: New York State Department of Health
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Source: New York State Department of Health

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State COVID-19 Tracker numbers for Capital Region counties as of Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 17. Testing data as of midnight Monday night.

Sources: New York State Department of Health COVID-19 Tracker / Fatalities by County

Schenectady County

  • Number tested: 134,813 – 875 new (514 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 1,920 – 30 new (19 new day before)
  • Today’s Percent Positive: 3.43 percent (3.70 percent day before)
  • Deaths: 52 residents (0 new); 50 place of fatality (0 new)

Saratoga County

  • Number tested: 165,499 – 2,624 new (748 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 1,741 – 47 new (14 new day before)
  • Today’s Percent Positive: 1.79 percent (1.87 percent day before)
  • Deaths:17 residents (0 new); 6 place of fatality (0 new)

Albany County

  • Number tested: 224,118 – 1,773 new (1,955 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 4,653 – 81 new (43 new day before)
  • Today’s Percent Positive: 4.57 percent (2.20 percent day before)
  • Deaths: 135 residents (0 new); 199 place of fatality (0 new)

Fulton County

  • Number tested: 34,296 – 261 new (151 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 403 – 2 new (8 new day before)
  • Today’s Percent Positive: 0.77 percent (5.30 percent day before)
  • Deaths: 28 residents (0 new); 20 place of fatality (0 new)

Montgomery County

  • Number tested: 37,767 – 379 new (270 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 331 – 6 new (3 new day before)
  • Today’s Percent Positive: 1.58 percent (1.11 percent day before)
  • Deaths: 11 residents (0 new); 9 place of fatality (0 new)

Schoharie County

  • Number tested: 18,922 – 104 new (56 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 155 – 10 new (2 new day before)
  • Today’s Percent Positive: 9.62 percent (3.57 percent day before)
  • Deaths:2 residents (0 new); 0 place of fatality

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Rensselaer County

  • Number tested: 128,671 – 938 new (410 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 1,364 – 31 new (12 new day before)
  • Today’s Percent Positive: 3.30 percent (2.93 percent day before)
  • Deaths: 46 residents (0 new); 48 place of fatality (0 new)

Warren County

  • Number tested: 45,429 – 482 new (121 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 515 – 8 new (0 new day before)
  • Today’s Percent Positive: 1.66 percent (0.0 percent day before)
  • Deaths:30 residents (0 new); 31 place of fatality (0 new)

Hamilton County

  • Number tested: 3,123 – 20 new (9 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 26 – 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: 41,903 – 368 new (110 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 407 – 3 new (1 new day before)
  • Today’s Percent Positive: 0.82 percent (0.90 percent day before)
  • Deaths:14 residents (0 new); 11 place of fatality (0 new)

New York State

  • Number tested: 17,036,695 – 159,852 new
  • Tested Positive: 568,778 – 5,088 new
  • Today’s Percent Positive: 3.18 percent
  • Deaths: 26,189 (30 new)

Source: New York State Department of Health COVID-19 Tracker / Fatalities by County

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