Latimer: More than 4,700 COVID-19 cases in Westchester County as region awaits surge

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Westchester County Executive George Latimer announced Wednesday that the number of COVID-19 cases are growing. There are more than 4,700 in the county.

New Rochelle has the most cases, but officials say the rise has slowed down due to containment and social distancing.

Greenburgh, Mount Vernon and White Plains also have some of the higher numbers within Westchester. Latimer says that more resources will be needed as the county closes in on 5,000 cases.

Hospitals across the state are being asked to expand their capacity by at least 50%. That's why Westchester County Center is currently being fitted for hospital beds. They will likely be used within the next several weeks to accommodate overflow patients.

Latimer says the region has not seen the front end of the COVID-19 surge yet, and it’s not clear how high it will go or how long it will last.

Westchester County has released all the cases per municipality:

Ardsley 3

Bedford 10

Briarcliff Manor 9

Bronxville 9

Buchanan 0

Cortlandt 31

Croton-on-Hudson 5

Dobbs Ferry 16

Eastchester 38

Elmsford 6

Greenburgh 63

Harrison 29

Hastings-on-Hudson 13

Irvington 8

Larchmont 13

Lewisboro 7

Mamaroneck Town 18

Mamaroneck Village 18

Mount Kisco 20

Mount Pleasant 32

Mount Vernon 89

New Castle 13

New Rochelle 234

North Castle 13

North Salem 2

Ossining Town 7

Ossining Village 47

Peekskill 26

Pelham 18

Pelham Manor 12

Pleasantville 14

Port Chester 51

Pound Ridge 1

Rye Brook 17

Rye City 15

Scarsdale 39

Sleepy Hollow 19

Somers 9

Tarrytown 15

Tuckahoe 7

White Plains 74

Yonkers 201

Yorktown 30



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