Active coronavirus cases surge in Ulster; Dutchess reports one new death – The Daily Freeman

Active coronavirus cases jumped by 163 in two days in Ulster County and Dutchess County on Friday reported one new COVID-related death.

Here are the latest local COVID-19 statistics.

Ulster County: 944 reported Friday, up 48 from the previous day and up and up 115 the day before that. (Peak was 2,622 on Jan. 30.)

Dutchess County: 715 reported Friday for Nov. 24, up 30 from the previous day and down 9 the day before that. (Peak was 2,576 on Jan. 16.)

Ulster County: 3.8%.

Dutchess County: 3.66%

Ulster County: 20,810 confirmed cases, 19,571 recoveries, 295 deaths. (No new deaths reported Friday.)

Dutchess County: 37,627 confirmed cases, 507 deaths. (One new death reported Friday.)

Data as of Thursday from New York states online vaccine tracker.

Ulster County: 67.74% fully vaccinated, 75.7% with at least one dose of a two-dose regimen, 84.8% of 18+ population with at least one dose.

Dutchess County: 62.65% fully vaccinated, 70.6% with at least one dose of a two-dose regimen, 80.2% of 18+ population with at least one dose.

Appointments: vaccinateulster.com, bit.ly/dut-vax, bit.ly/ny-vaxme.

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