RENSSELAER COUNTY (NEWS10) – Officials said Thursday that there have been 385 accumulative cases since testing began, up ten cases from Wednesday. Of those 385 cases, 222 people have made a full recovery.
There are 12 people being treated in the hospital, with two of those cases in the ICU. There have been 23 COVID-19 related deaths in the county, 14 of those deaths were residents of the Diamond Hill adult care facility in Schaghticoke.
Officials also said Thursday a third employee at the Van Rensselaer Manor has tested positive. The Cohoes resident last worked in the facility May 1.
The new ten new cases include:
- a 73-year-old male resident of the Diamond Hill adult care facility
- a 67-year-old male resident of the Diamond Hill adult care facility
- a 33-year-old Troy woman
- a 35-year-old Hoosick man
- a 32-year-old East Greenbush man
- a 34-year-old Grafton man
- a 38-year-old Troy woman
- a 41-year-old Troy woman
- a 24-year-old Stephentown woman
- a one-year-old Rensselaer girl
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