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Capital Region COVID-19 tracker by county for Friday, June 12

Capital Region COVID-19 tracker by county for Friday, June 12

Capital Region COVID-19 tracker by county for Friday, June 12
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State COVID-19 Tracker numbers for Capital Region counties as of Friday afternoon, June 12. Testing data as of midnight Thursday night. 

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

Schenectady County

  • Number tested: 19,068 - 990 new (550 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 721 - 4 new (1 new day before) 
  • Percent positive results: 3.8 percent
  • Deaths: 32 residents (0 new); 32 place of fatality (0 new)

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Saratoga County

  • Number tested: 19,856 - 693 new (577 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 514 - 1 new (2 new day before)
  • Percent positive results: 2.6 percent
  • Deaths: 15 residents (0 new); 5 place of fatality (0 new)

Albany County

  • Number tested: 35,256 - 1,103 new (774 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 2,007 - 11 new (10 new day before)
  • Percent positive results: 5.7 percent
  • Deaths: 103 residents (0 new); 152 place of fatality (0 new)

Fulton County

  • Number tested: 5,833 - 352 new (155 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 231 - 1 new (2 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 4.0 percent
  • Deaths: 25 residents (0 new); 17 place of fatality (0 new)

Montgomery County

  • Number tested: 6,164 - 327 new (235 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 103 - 2 new (1 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 1.7 percent
  • Deaths: 4 residents (0 new); 5 place of fatality (0 new)

Schoharie County

  • Number tested: 2,150 - 33 new (74 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 54 - 0 new (0 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 2.5 percent
  • Deaths: 2 residents (0 new); 0 place of fatality

Rensselaer County

  • Number tested: 14,632 - 665 new (299 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 510 - 2 new (1 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 3.5 percent
  • Deaths: 27 residents (0 new); 33 place of fatality (0 new)

Warren County

  • Number tested: 7,363 - 344 new (234 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 257 - 0 new (0 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 3.5 percent
  • Deaths: 30 residents (0 new); 31 place of fatality (0 new)

Hamilton County

  • Number tested: 616 - 13 new (5 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 5 - 0 new (0 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 0.8 percent
  • Deaths: 1 resident (0 new); 0 place of fatality

Washington County

  • Number tested: 6,528 - 368 new (230 new day before)
  • Tested Positive: 242 - 1 new (1 new day before)
  • Percent positive: 3.7 percent
  • Deaths: 14 residents (0 new); 11 place of fatality (0 new)

New York State

  • Number tested: 2,801,400 - 72,395 new
  • Tested Positive: 381,714 - 822 new
  • Deaths: 24,495 (53 new over report from day before)

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

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