Latimer: Nearly 6,000 have tested positive for COVID-19 in Westchester

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Westchester County Executive George Latimer says that nearly 6,000 people have now tested positive within the county, and 56 people have been hospitalized.   He says that less than 10% of the people who have tested positive have been hospitalized. He says there has been eight deaths so far due to the virus. 

He says that he wants to keep public parks open, but warns he may close them if people don’t practice social distancing. He says they are still deciding what to do about delaying the opening of traditional springtime venues such as Playland Park, beaches, public pools, and events at Kensico Dam. He says they all run the risk of being delayed if the virus isn’t under control.

Cases by municipality:

Ardsley 5
Bedford 12
Briarcliff Manor 9
Bronxville 14
Buchanan 0
Cortlandt 37
Croton-on-Hudson 6
Dobbs Ferry 20
Eastchester 47
Elmsford 7
Greenburgh 71
Harrison 33
Hastings-on-Hudson 13
Irvington 9
Larchmont 15
Lewisboro 10
Mamaroneck Town 20
Mamaroneck Village 19
Mount Kisco 23
Mount Pleasant 43
Mount Vernon 109
New Castle 16
New Rochelle 264
North Castle 18
North Salem 2
Ossining Town 9
Ossining Village 54
Peekskill 27
Pelham 20
Pelham Manor 17
Pleasantville 17
Port Chester 60
Pound Ridge 2
Rye Brook 23
Rye City 21
Scarsdale 40
Sleepy Hollow 20
Somers 12
Tarrytown 18
Tuckahoe 7
White Plains 84
Yonkers 225
Yorktown 35

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