Mid-Hudson sees uptick in COVID-19 positivity rate

After a slight dip in its COVID-19 numbers, the Mid-Hudson region now has a 3.25% positivity rate.

News 12 Staff

Aug 18, 2021, 11:19 AM

Updated 1,067 days ago

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After a slight dip in its COVID-19 numbers, the Mid-Hudson region now has a 3.25% positivity rate. That's up from 3.16% on Sunday.
The three areas to report the highest amount of cases in the Hudson Valley are:          
  • Westchester County: 189 new positives
  • Orange County: 95 new positives 
  •  Rockland County: 67 new positives
Additionally, three counties in New York remain below the level where the CDC recommends masking up indoors. At last check, 40 counties across the state reached the "high level" of community spread, but Wyoming County, Schuyler County, and Clinton County are in the yellow zone. All of the Hudson Valley counties are at that high level.
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