Updated July 2, 2020

Since the state’s first documented case on March 1st, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread to all corners of New York State. As of state reporting through June 30th there were 394,079 confirmed cases of COVID19 in New York in all 62 of the state’s counties.  There are now 36,126 confirmed cases in the 52 counties of Upstate New York, including 3,549 confirmed cases in the 12 Adirondack Park counties:

The Cuomo Administration started re-opening parts of New York State around Memorial Day Weekend. Over the last five weeks, COVID-19 levels in the North Country and Adirondack Park have slowed or dropped. Total cases of new infection is almost all counties, with the exception of Oneida County, have slowed. Hospitalizations and ICU rates have dropped.

New York’s reopening is contingent on wearing facemasks in public, social distancing, and practicing self-defense through distancing, use of sanitizers and frequent hand washing.

The Adirondack Park and North Country remains the area of New York State with the lowest levels of COVID-19 infections. 
 
The Adirondack Park is chopped into three regions by the state: North Country, Capital, and Mohawk Valley. The State of New York is using a series of indicators to monitor the public health impacts of reopening through 10 different regions across the state. Click here to see the “dashboard” for information about these indicators. Click here to see the performance of each region. Click here to see regional hospitalization rates.
 
Changes in COVID-19 Rates from Memorial Day to June 29, 2020
 
These two charts provide information on changes in COVID-19 cases, deaths, testing and hospitalizations and ICU admittances in the five weeks from Memorial Day to June 29, 2020
 
 
 
COVID-19 Confirmed Cases as on June 29, 2020

As of June 30th, there were 3,549  confirmed cases in the 12 Adirondack Park counties:

Clinton County – 101 positive cases 
Essex – 42
Franklin – 31
Fulton – 257
Hamilton – 6
Herkimer – 162
Lewis – 30
Oneida – 1,642
Saratoga – 550
St. Lawrence – 219
Warren – 263
Washington – 246

For long-term trends of confirmed COVID19 cases in NYS:
 
March 1st: 1
April 1st: 2,349
May 1st: 312,977
June 1st: 358,154
July 1st: 394,954
 
The chart below is for the documented infection levels in New York State. The first coronavirus case in New York State was confirmed in Westchester County on March 1st. As of June 29th, there were 394,079 confirmed cases in the state (source: NYSDOH):
 
County Confirmed Cases 5/21 Confirmed Cases 6/30
Albany 1,756 2,112
Allegany 44 61
Bronx 43,766 47,651
Broome 468 722
Cattaraugus 74 123
Cayuga 73 119
Chautauqua 63 127
Chemung 135 144
Chenango 118 146
Clinton 94 101
Columbia 356 466
Cortland 37 47
Delaware 72 91
Dutchess 3,767 4,213
Erie 5,397 7,337
Essex 36 42
Franklin 19 31
Fulton 189 257
Genesee 189 238
Greene 215 260
Hamilton 5 6
Herkimer 95 162
Jefferson 72 88
Kings 53,639 59,742
Lewis 19 30
Livingston 114 130
Madison 297 357
Manhattan (New York) 25,672 28,518
Monroe 2,601 3,780
Montgomery 77 118
Nassau 39,608 41,853
Niagara 897 1,237
Oneida 828 1,642
Onondaga 1,828 2,863
Ontario 180 265
Orange 10,142 10,730
Orleans 175 281
Oswego 96 201
Otsego 67 84
Putnam 1,187 1,329
Queens 60,236 65,455
Rensselaer 460 555
Richmond 13,171 14,109
Rockland 12,905 13,602
Saratoga 448 550
Schenectady 645 805
Schoharie 49 58
Schuyler 11 13
Seneca 54 70
St. Lawrence 195 219
Steuben 240 268
Suffolk 38,672 41,427
Sullivan 1,287 1,452
Tioga 118 143
Tompkins 147 177
Ulster 1,595 1,782
Warren 246 263
Washington 224 246
Wayne 104 174
Westchester 32,767 34,866
Wyoming 79 95
Yates 34 46
Total Confirmed Cases 358,154 394,079
 
 
COVID-19 Confirmed Deaths as on June 29, 2020
 
For long-term trends of confirmed COVID19 deaths in NYS:
 
March 1st: 0
April 1st: 2,041
May 1st: 18,610
June 1st: 23,959
July 1st: 24,866
 
The chart below is for documented deaths in New York State by county of residence. As of June 29th, there were 24,259 COVID19 deaths in the state, with 1,986 in Upstate New York (source: NYSDOH). This number does not include the more than 6,000 deaths that New York City lists the cause of death as “probable” due to COVID19.
 
County Confirmed Deaths (residents) 6/29
Albany 109
Allegany 2
Bronx 3,317
Broome 58
Cattaraugus 6
Cayuga 2
Chautauqua 3
Chemung 2
Chenango 6
Clinton 4
Columbia 47
Cortland 1
Delaware 4
Dutchess 151
Erie 572
Essex 0
Franklin 0
Fulton 24
Genesee 5
Greene 13
Hamilton 1
Herkimer 3
Jefferson 5,008
Kings 5
Lewis 5
Livingston 4
Madison 9
Manhattan 2,064
Monroe 245
Montgomery 4
Nassau 2,183
Niagara 85
Oneida 94
Onondaga 167
Ontario 26
Orange 403
Orleans 54
Oswego 3
Otsego 4
Putnam 63
Queens 5,046
Rensselaer 32
Richmond 744
Rockland 506
Saratoga 15
Schenectady 35
Schoharie 2
Schuyler 0
Seneca 1
St. Lawrence 3
Steuben 29
Suffolk 1,981
Sullivan 35
Tioga 19
Tompkins 0
Ulster 81
Warren 30
Washington 14
Wayne 2
Westchester 1,425
Wyoming 5
Yates 6
Non-NYS 102
Total Confirmed Deaths 24,866