COVID-19

December 8th, 2021

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Delaware County remains at a HIGH level of community transmission. CDC & Delaware County Public Health recommends everyone vaccinated and unvaccinated wear a mask indoors in public places.  Hand-washing & social distancing continue to be effective protection measures to reduce the chance of contracting the virus.

COVID-19 vaccines are effective at helping protect against severe disease and death from variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 currently circulating, including the Delta variant. The majority of cases occurring are among unvaccinated individuals.

If you have not been vaccinated yet please get vaccinated.  Search for clinic sites at

https://covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/ or  https://www.vaccines.gov/

53.7% of the total population are vaccinated

79% of the positive cases are unvaccinated

21% of the positive cases are vaccinated

19% of the positive cases are Pre-K-12th students/employees

<1% of the positive cases are college students/employees

Beginning September 13th the COVID dashboard will be publicized M, W, F excluding holidays.

Number of labs received no longer will be reported.  7 day positivity rate will be reported.

For information about vaccinations go to https://www.nyuhs.org/southerntiervax

Vaccines.gov 1=800-232-0223

For information about vaccinations go to https://www.nyuhs.org/southerntiervax

 

Delaware County NY COVID-19 Update

Due to limited testing capability, the number of positive cases does not reflect current illness.

Delaware County NY Covid-19 update for the week of 12/7/21 – 12/8/21

Week

% Positivity Last 7 days 

New Positive Cases Active Positive Cases Hospitalized Cases
Number In Mandatory Quarantine

12/7/21 – 12/8/21

11.50% 84 379 16 437
Week Total Positive Cases Cases Discharged/ Recovered COVID-19 Related Deaths

12/7/21 – 12/8/21

4849 4391 79

Beginning September 13th the COVID dashboard will be publicized M, W, F excluding holidays.

Due to limited testing capability, the number of positive cases does not reflect current illness.

If you have any questions please call Delaware County Public Health Services at 607-832-5200

General Information

New York Forward

https://forward.ny.gov/

Active Guidance

https://forward.ny.gov/active-industry-guidance

Archived Guidance

https://forward.ny.gov/archived-industry-guidance