Oneida County saw its second-highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases Saturday, with 51 new positive cases, officials reported. The count beats the previous second-highest record of 50 cases Friday.
The highest number the county has seen was 63 new cases May 4.
The new cases bring the total amount reported in Oneida County to 3,028, with 390 currently active. Of the new cases, five were nursing home residents, officials said.
There are no new deaths related to the virus, leaving the total in the county at 132. Currently 23 people are hospitalized for the virus in the county, including 10 nursing home residents; five people are hospitalized outside the county as well, officials said. A total of 2,506 people have recovered from the virus.
Currently there are 390 people in mandatory isolation due to the virus and 1,429 in mandatory quarantine, officials said.
Nine new coronavirus cases were reported in Herkimer County by county officials Saturday, bringing the total number cases reported since March in the county to 445.
Currently, 60 of those are active, with one person hospitalized due to the virus. Ten people have died so far from the virus and 375 have recovered, officials said.
So far, 49,324 people in the county have tested positive for the virus. A total of 105 people are in mandatory quarantine due to the virus, and 160 are in precautionary quarantine, officials said.
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