Renewal Of Albany County COVID-19

Renewal Of Albany County COVID-19 

On Saturday, Albany County Executive Dan McCoy presents the update to COVID-19. He said six people had died since Friday. McCoy says there have been nine deaths a week in Albany County. There have been 67 new cases since yesterday.

Renewal Of Albany County COVID-19
Renewal Of Albany County COVID-19

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A new program developed by Albany Medical Center and St. Mary's Hospital. Peter has improved the way Albany County receives data in a timely and accurate manner. Data retrieval has found the net of 18 new district residents currently in hospitals, rising from 43 yesterday to 61 today. Twelve of those who were recently admitted on November 25 or later. Reconciliation has also seen an increase in 45 hospitals since the outbreak began, rising from 474 to 519.

There are currently six patients currently in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit), which dropped from 10 yesterday, and the hospitalization rate is now 1.09%. There were six other COVID-related deaths to report overnight, and all but one were not residents of meeting places. They include a woman in her 50's, a woman in her 60's, a man and a woman in their 70's, and a man and a woman in their 80's.

“The last time I reported six young people came back on May 4, after seeing an alarming increase in infections throughout the spring. "Since yesterday it has also been found that the number of district residents admitted to the hospital due to the virus has risen to 61, furthering our previous record of 45 which was set last week," said County Executive McCoy. “The threat right now is real. We need to control the spread of the virus before our hospital system is disrupted, and we lose even more to the residents of the district. ”


Ahead of Friday, McCoy announced 140 new COVID-19 cases identified since Thursday. McCoyy says that it is the second highest number of days since the outbreak began, just short of the record set on November 14. McCoyy says that the number is likely to rise in the coming weeks due to Thanksgiving gatherings and before the holidays next month. McCoy says the spread of disease could lead to an increase in hospitalizations and sadly many deaths.

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