Updated June 3
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — NEWS10 ABC has created graphs showing the number of confirmed coronavirus cases over time in each county in the Capital District. We will continue to give you daily up-to-date information directly from county health departments. Note that numbers from these local health officials don’t always perfectly correspond with numbers reported by the state or Johns Hopkins University.
News10 tracks reported recoveries and mortality rates as they become available. If available, reported recoveries will be included with individual county information. Not all counties track the same numbers, or only report occasionally.
Mortality information follows individual county graphs.
Bennington County, Vermont
Berkshire County, Massachusetts
Starting June 1, Berkshire County includes presumed cases in its reporting.
Schenectady Count’s count of recoveries includes every individual who has cleared the quarantine process, including an indeterminate number of presumed cases who never tested positive, but displayed symptoms. News10 is working with Schenectady County to put together a count of their recoveries that is more consistent with the other counties we have been tracking.
Warren County’s recovery numbers include 26 individuals who were not officially tested with a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis.
Total deaths per county
- Albany: 112
- Bennington: 1
- Berkshire: 40
- Columbia: 34
- Fulton: 19
- Greene: 18
- Montgomery: 1
- Rensselaer: 29
- Saratoga: 16
- Schenectady: 33
- Schoharie: 1
- Warren: 33
- Washington: 13
New York State Map
Vermont State Map
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