Three counties show no new cases

BATAVIA — Only one new COVID-19 case was reported Tuesday within the four-county GLOW region.

Neither Genesee, Orleans or Wyoming counties reported any new cases, while Wyoming County has again cleared its caseload. The sole exception was Livingston County, whose overall total increased to 127.

Genesee County’s total positive cases remained at 224 overall. To date, the county has had 9,103 negative tests. The community has four people under mandatory isolation; 44 people in the community under mandatory quarantine; five total deaths and 161 community recoveries.

Orleans County kept steady at 266 positive cases, and of the active cases, seven are currently hospitalized.

Orchard Manor has had 58 cases and 23 deaths, for a mortality rate of 39.65 percent. The Villages of Orleans Health and Rehab in Albion has had 89 cases and 30 deaths, for a mortality rate of 33.7 percent.

To date, Orleans County has had 4,965 negative tests. The community has one person under mandatory isolation; 14 people in the community under mandatory quarantine; 54 total deaths; and 112 community recoveries.

No new coronavirus cases were reported on Tuesday.

The county’s overall total remained at 89, while the number of recoveries increased to 84. The county has otherwise experienced five deaths, which would mean no active cases currently.

Wyoming County’s current statistics include:

n A total of 31 cases have been confirmed in the northwest quadrant that includes Attica, Bennington, Orangeville and Sheldon. Two have been attributed to Attica Correctional Facility and all 31 have recovered.

n Twenty-five cases have been confirmed in the northeast quadrant that includes Warsaw, Perry, Middlebury and Covington. Twenty of those have recovered and five have died.

n Fifteen cases have been confirmed in the southeast quadrant that includes Castile, Gainesville, Genesee Falls and Pike. All 15 have recovered.

n Eighteen cases have been confirmed in the southwest that includes Arcade, Eagle, Java and Wethersfield. All 18 have recovered.

A total of 25 people remained in active quarantine as of Tuesday. That means they had been within six feet of a person who tested positive. None were in mandatory isolation or precautionary quarantine.

The age breakdown of positive COVID-19 cases included 20 people in their 20s; 16 people in their 40s; 15 people in their 60s; 14 people in their 50s; nine people in their 70s; eight people in their 30s; three people in their 80s; two people less than 20 years old; and two people in their 90s.

The county has had 5,441 negative tests.

One new COVID-19 case was reported Tuesday, according to the according to the Livingston County Department of Health.

The county now has three active cases. Its overall total has increased to 127, with 116 recoveries and eight deaths.

A total of 8,507 people have tested negative.

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