CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY, N.Y. (WIVB) –
Thursday, May 28
As of Thursday afternoon, Chautauqua County has four new confirmed COVID-19 cases, bringing the county’s total number of cases to 81.
The new cases are a man in his 20s, a man in his 40s, and a man and a woman in their 70s.
There are currently 19 active cases in the county. One person is currently hospitalized. Fifty-eight people have recovered, four have died, and 241 people in the county are currently under quarantine/isolation orders in the county.
Tuesday, May 26
Chautauqua County officials are reporting two new positive cases today.
One is a man in his 60s and the other is a man in his 80s.
According to officials, the county has 21 active cases and two hospitalized cases.
Fifty-two people have recovered and the death toll remains at four.
Officials say there are 254 cases under quarantine or isolation and 2,565 test results have come back negative to date.
Monday, My 25
There is one new positive COVID-19 case to report in Chautauqua County on Monday.
The 75th case is a female in her 30s.
Officials say there are 28 active cases county wide with four hospitalizations.
According to the county, the death toll remains at four.
Out of the people tested for COVID, 2,477 have been negative.
Sunday, May 24
Chautauqua County officials are reporting a total of 74 confirmed cases of coronavirus. This is an increase of two cases since the previous report Saturday.
Officials say the latest cases are a woman in her 30s and a man in his 70s. A total of 43 people have recovered from the virus and the death toll stands at four.
You can view the county’s COVID-19 map here.
Saturday, May 23
As of Saturday afternoon, Chautauqua County has a total of 72 confirmed COVID-19 cases. The two new cases are both in younger people- one under the age of 18 and the other a woman in her 20s.
There are currently 28 active cases in the county and no hospitalized cases. Forty people have recovered, and four people have died.
Friday, May 22
Chautauqua County has a total of 70 confirmed COVID-19 cases, county officials announced in Friday’s COVID-19 update.
The county has ten new cases of the new coronavirus:
o 1 individual under the age of 18;
o 2 young adults (male and female);
o 1 female in her 20s;
o 2 in their 30s (male and female);
o 1 male in his 40s;
o 2 males in their 50s;
o 1 female in her 60s
As of Friday, there are 27 active cases in the county. None of them are currently hospitalized.
So far, 39 people have covered from COVID-19 in the county. Four have died. There are also 189 people currently under quarantine/isolation orders.
“This is serious; take it seriously,” said Christine Schuyler, Director of Health and Human Services. “COVID-19 has been identified in every part of Chautauqua County. Persons, with or without symptoms, and of any age, gender, race or religion, could be infected and spread the virus. Please wash your hands, cover your face, and respect six feet of space.”