Orleans reports 2 more Covid-19 cases, 2 more recoveries
Genesee has 2 more cases, passes 200 total
Orleans County has two new confirmed cases of Covid-19, bringing the county’s total to 246 people who have tested positive.
Of the two new cases, one lives in Carlton and the other is a Murray resident. One of the new cases is a person in the 20s, and the other is in the 50s.
Neither of the new positive cases were on mandatory quarantine prior to testing positive, said the Genesee and Orleans County Health Departments.
Orleans also had two more people recover after contracting coronavirus, bringing the total recoveries in the community to 94.
Fifteen residents from Orleans remain hospitalized from Covid-19.
Genesee County received 2 new positive cases of Covid-19, pushing the county’s total past 200 to 201.
Both new cases are Batavia residents. One is in the 20s and the other is in the 30s.
The new positive cases were not on mandatory quarantine prior to testing positive.
Genesee also has two more recoveries for 140 total. The county currently doesn’t have anyone hospitalized with Covid-19.
Click here to see an online map of confirmed cases in Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming counties.
More information from the Genesee and Orleans County Health Departments:
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