Albion has most Covid-19 cases in Orleans, by far

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 13 April 2020 at 4:39 pm

Orleans has 1 more confirmed Covid-19 case today, for 29 total

This chart from the Genesee and Orleans County Health Departments breaks down the number of people who have tested positive and negative for Covid-19 in the two counties, and also says how many people are in quarantine, and how many people have recovered from the virus. One person has died in Genesee County from Covid-19.

ALBION – The local Health Department has released a town-by-town breakdown of the Covid-19 cases in Orleans County.

In Orleans, the Town of Albion has the most confirmed cases with 11 while Clarendon is the only town without a confirmed case.

The town-by-town breakdown of the confirmed cases includes:

• Albion – 11

• Carlton – 4

• Kendall – 3

• Shelby – 3

• Yates – 2

• Ridgeway – 2

• Barre – 2

• Gaines – 1

• Murray – 1

• Clarendon – 0

(Click here to see the map, which includes a similar breakdown in Genesee County.)

The Health Department also announced today that the county has one new confirmed case of Covid-19, bringing the total in Orleans to 29.

Of the five new cases since the weekend, the county has 2 from Lyndonville (Yates), 1 from Murray, 1 from Albion and 1 from Ridgeway.

The ages include one person in the 30s, two in the 50s, one in the 60s, and one in the 70s.

One more person has recovered and has been released from mandatory isolation.

None of the positive individuals were on quarantine prior to becoming symptomatic, according to the Genesee and Orleans Health Departments.

Genesee County has two new confirmed cases for 76 total. Both people who tested positive live in Batavia, where there are 50 of the county’s 76 cases.

This chart from the Health Departments shows a breakdown of ages for people who have tested positive for Covid-19 in the two counties.

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