The county with the most cases is NYC (67,551), followed by Nassau (14,398) and then Westchester County (13,723) . Here is the breakdown by county:

 

County

Total Positive

New Positive

Albany

305

12

Allegany

16

0

Broome

71

6

Cattaraugus

10

1

Cayuga

8

1

Chautauqua

11

1

Chemung

38

2

Chenango

43

4

Clinton

33

2

Columbia

51

2

Cortland

10

0

Delaware

27

1

Dutchess

1,077

139

Erie

918

110

Essex

7

0

Franklin

10

0

Fulton

9

0

Genesee

22

2

Greene

24

0

Hamilton

2

0

Herkimer

22

4

Jefferson

26

6

Lewis

3

1

Livingston

19

1

Madison

79

5

Monroe

548

36

Montgomery

15

2

Nassau

14,398

1,052

Niagara

116

15

NYC

67,551

4,245

Oneida

87

7

Onondaga

268

6

Ontario

32

1

Orange

3,102

361

Orleans

11

1

Oswego

28

2

Otsego

29

3

Putnam

314

31

Rensselaer

60

2

Rockland

5,326

454

Saratoga

148

7

Schenectady

128

11

Schoharie

11

1

Schuyler

4

0

Seneca

9

3

St. Lawrence

55

3

Steuben

63

8

Suffolk

12,405

1,035

Sullivan

234

41

Tioga

7

0

Tompkins

88

3

Ulster

332

42

Warren

25

5

Washington

18

2

Wayne

32

2

Westchester

13,723

642

Wyoming

22

4

Yates

1

0

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