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First coronavirus case reported in Monroe County.

Monroe County Executive Adam Bello and Public Health Commissioner Dr. Michael Mendoza has confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in Monroe County late Wednesday night.

Monroe County officials announced the patient is in involuntary isolation at home and recovering nicely.

The patient traveled to a high-risk area according to county officials, they do not believe it’s a result of local transmission.

County officials also said it’s not related to the students who are quarantined at SUNY Brockport.

The risk of infection in Monroe County is still low, according to the county.

What it doesn’t say is the exact location and town the person is in.

More information will be provided at a press conference scheduled for tomorrow Thursday at 9 a.m.

The geographic breakdown of confirmed cases statewide is as follows:

  • Westchester: 148

  • NYC: 95

  • Nassau: 41

  • Suffolk: 20

  • Rockland: 7

  • Ulster: 4

  • Saratoga: 3

  • Albany: 2

  • Monroe: 2

  • Orange: 2

  • Broome: 1

  • Delaware: 1

  • Dutchess: 1

  • Herkimer: 1

Here’s a look at a map on all the affected Countries.


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