POUGHKEEPSIE, NY – Active COVID-19 cases ticked up in Dutchess County on Sunday, according to the government’s dashboard.
Dutchess County reported 314 cases as of Friday, April 15, an increase of 15 cases from the 299 cases reported on Thursday and slightly higher than the 308 cases reported on both Wednesday and Thursday.
Dutchess County had no new COVID-19-related deaths, and the pandemic has remained at 655 since the start of the pandemic in March 2020. Dutchess County has registered a total of 64,574 cases since the start of the pandemic.
Ulster County did not update its COVID-19 statistics Sunday from Friday. On Friday, the county reported that it had had 390 cases on Thursday, April 14, an increase of 38 from the 352 reported the day before.
Ulster County reported no new COVID-19-related deaths, with the total pandemic remaining at 375 since the pandemic began. Since March 2020, Ulster County has recorded a total of 38,676 COVID-19 cases and 37,911 cures.
Data from Thursday, April 14 from State Department of Health.
• Ellenville Regional Hospital, 3.
• HealthAlliance Hospitals in Kingston, 6.
• Northern Dutchess Hospital in Rhinebeck, 2.
• Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie, 7.
• Mid-Hudson Regional Hospital in Poughkeepsie, 5.
Data from New York state online vaccine tracker.
• Ulster County: with one dose, 81.5%; completed series, 74.6%; with boosters, 67.6%.
• Dutchess County: with one dose, 77.1%; completed series, 69.5%; with boosters, 63.3%
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