Niagara County’s 51 confirmed cases of Covid-19 include two 1-year-olds

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 31 March 2020 at 10:49 am

Niagara County has 51 confirmed cases of Covid-19, including two 1-year-old children.

Daniel Stapleton, Niagara County Public Health Director, shared the update on Monday.

The department has a map (click here) showing the municipalities and the number of cases within the town, city or village borders.

There has been one confirmed case in the eastern Niagara towns by the Orleans border – the towns of Royalton, Hartland and Somerset. (That one case is a Somerset resident).

Niagara’s other cases include 6 in the City of Lockport, 2 in the Town of Porter, 2 in Newfane, 6 in the Town of Lockport, 1 in Cambria, 3 in Pendleton, 8 in City of North Tonawanda, 10 in Wheatfield, 1 in the Town of Niagara, 4 in Town of Lewiston and 12 in the City of Niagara Falls.

Among the 51 COVID-19 positives, 44 are in isolation and 7 have recovered, the Health Department reported.

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