50 more positive COVID cases reported in Niagara County

Niagara County

Thursday, Mar. 4

  • 50 new positive cases  
  • Total of 15,151 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 329 active cases (314 isolating at home, 15 in hospital) 
  • 14,532 recovered 
  • 290 deaths  
  • 334,668 tests of Niagara County residents

Wednesday, Mar. 3

  • 35 new positive cases  
  • Total of 15,101 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 322 active cases (311 isolating at home, 11 in hospital) 
  • 14,489 recovered 
  • 290 deaths  
  • 333,282 tests of Niagara County residents

Tuesday, Mar. 2

  • 31 new positive cases  
  • Total of 15,066 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 335 active cases (326 isolating at home, 9 in hospital) 
  • 14,441 recovered 
  • 290 deaths  
  • 332,546 tests of Niagara County residents

Monday, Mar. 1

Niagara County health officials report one new death

  • 109 new positive cases (covering three days, Friday, Saturday & Sunday) 
  • Total of 15,035 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 354 active cases (343 isolating at home, 11 in hospital) 
  • 14,391 recovered 
  • 290 deaths  
  • 331,610 tests of Niagara County residents

Friday, Feb. 26

Two more deaths have been reported in Niagara County.

  • 35 new positive cases 
  • Total of 14,926 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 342 active cases (335 isolating at home, 7 in hospital) 
  • 14,295 recovered 
  • 289 deaths  
  • 325,666 tests of Niagara County residents

Thursday, Feb. 25

Two more deaths have been reported in Niagara County.

  • 50 new positive cases 
  • Total of 14,891 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 342 active cases (330 isolating at home, 12 in hospital) 
  • 14,262 recovered 
  • 287 deaths  
  • 323,727 tests of Niagara County residents

Wednesday, Feb. 24

  • 54 new positive cases 
  • Total of 14,841 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 319 active cases (312 isolating at home, 7 in hospital) 
  • 14,237 recovered 
  • 285 deaths  
  • 322,055 tests of Niagara County residents

Tuesday, Feb. 23

  • 41 new positive cases 
  • Total of 14,787 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 303 active cases (298 isolating at home, 5 in hospital) 
  • 14,199 recovered 
  • 285 deaths  
  • 321,083 tests of Niagara County residents

Monday, Feb. 22

Seven more Niagara County residents have died from COVID-19.

  • 95 new positive cases (covering three days, Friday, Saturday & Sunday) 
  • Total of 14,746 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 415 active cases (408 isolating at home, 7 in hospital) 
  • 14,046 recovered 
  • 285 deaths  
  • 320,169 tests of Niagara County residents

Friday, Feb. 19

Five more deaths have been reported in Niagara County.

  • 42 new positive cases 
  • Total of 14,651 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 380 active cases (372 isolating at home, 8 in hospital) 
  • 13,993 recovered 
  • 278 deaths  
  • 313,567 tests of Niagara County residents (https://covid19tracker.health.ny.gov/)  

Thursday, Feb. 18

  • 28 new positive cases 
  • Total of 14,609 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 438 active cases (426 isolating at home, 12 in hospital) 
  • 13,898 recovered 
  • 273 deaths  
  • 313,567 tests of Niagara County residents

Wednesday, Feb. 17

One new COVID-related death was reported in Niagara County.

  • 49 new positive cases 
  • Total of 14,581 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 536 active cases (520 isolating at home, 16 in hospital) 
  • 13,772 recovered 
  • 273 deaths (one new death)
  • 312,608 tests of Niagara County residents
  • 18,681 first dose vaccinations given, representing 8.8 percent of county population 
  • 7231 second dose vaccinations given

Tuesday, Feb. 16

Seven more people have died from COVID-19 in Niagara County. Health officials say there have been 272 COVID-related deaths since the beginning of the pandemic.

There are 181 new positive cases to report over the last four days. Officials tell News 4 these additional cases bring the total positives to 14,532.

Of those cases, 724 are active. NCDOH says 714 people are isolating at home and 10 are in the hospital.

According to officials, 13,536 have recovered and 312,608 residents have been tested.

Friday, Feb. 12

  • 55 new positive cases 
  • Total of 14,351 positives to date (isolations + recoveries + deaths) 
  • 709 active cases (686 isolating at home, 23 in hospital) 
  • 13,377 recovered 
  • 265 deaths (Two new deaths)
  • 304,977 tests of Niagara County residents

Thursday, Feb. 11

Six more people have died as a result of COVID-19 in Niagara County. The death toll is now 263.

70 new cases were identified, and a total of 917 are currently active. Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 14,296 positive tests in Niagara County.

Wednesday, Feb. 10

Another COVID-related death was reported by the Niagara County Department of Health, bringing the death toll to 257.

64 more cases were also identified. In all, 14,226 cases have been found in Niagara County since the start of the pandemic.

941 cases are active, and 22 people are hospitalized.

Tuesday, Feb. 9

Eight more deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported in Niagara County. In addition to this, 77 new cases have been identified.

The county’s case total since the start of the pandemic is 14,162, and the death toll is 256.

899 cases are currently active, and 20 people are hospitalized.

Monday, Feb. 8

Another COVID-related death has been reported in Niagara County, bringing the death toll to 248.

Friday through Sunday, there were 179 new cases of the virus identified. There have been 14,085 positive cases to date.

958 cases are active and 24 people are hospitalized.

Friday, Feb. 5

105 more cases of COVID-19 have been found in Niagara County, bringing the total to 13,906.

1,101 cases are active, and 32 people are hospitalized.

Thursday, Feb. 4

91 more cases of COVID-19 have been found in Niagara County, but no new deaths were reported on Thursday.

To date, there have been 13,801 positive cases in the county since the start of the pandemic. 1,207 cases are still active and 30 people are hospitalized.

Wednesday, Feb. 3

Nine more Niagara County residents have died as a result of COVID-19, bringing the death toll to 247.

148 new cases of COVID-19 have been identified. The county’s total since the start of the pandemic is 13,710.

1,146 cases are active, and 30 people are hospitalized.

Tuesday, Feb. 2

Niagara County health officials announced six more COVID-19 related deaths on Tuesday bringing the death toll to 238.

There are also 67 new positive cases to report, making a total of 13,562 since the pandemic began.

According to the Niagara County Department of Health, 1,183 cases are active, with 1,160 isolating at home and 23 in the hospital.

Officials report 12,141 people have recovered and 288,386 residents have been tested.

Monday, Feb. 1

The COVID-19 related deaths have now reached 232 in Niagara County after health officials announced an additional three on Monday.

There are also 199 new positive cases to report over the last three days bringing the total number of positive cases to 13,495 since the pandemic started.

Officials tell News 4, 1,338 cases are active with 1,309 isolating at home and 29 in the hospital.

The Niagara County Department of Health also says 11,925 people have recovered and 287,285 county residents have been tested.

Friday, Jan. 29

Three more people in Niagara County have died as a result of COVID-19, bringing the death toll to 229.

118 more cases were found in the county. The new total since the start of the pandemic is 13,297.

1,712 cases are active and 29 people are hospitalized.

Thursday, Jan. 28

Another Niagara County resident has died as a result of COVID-19, bringing the death toll to 226.

The county announced the discovery of 141 new cases. 13,179 cases have been found there since the start of the pandemic.

1,747 cases are active and 23 people are hospitalized.

Wednesday, Jan. 27

Niagara County health officials are reporting an additional 9 COVID-related deaths. According to the department of health, there are now 225 deaths in total.

 There’s now a total of 13,038 positive cases to date after the NCDOH announced 141 new positive cases on Wednesday.

1759 cases are active with 1734 isolating at home, and 25 individuals in the hospital.

Of all the cases, 11,054 recovered and 277,163 Niagara County residents have been tested.

Tuesday, Jan. 26

The Niagara County Department of Health reports five new COVID-related deaths in the county bringing the total since the pandemic started to 216.

There 149 new positive cases, with a total of 12,897 to date.

Officials say 1,651 cases are active, with 1,621 isolating at home, and 30 in hospital.

Niagara County health officials tell us 11,030 have recovered and 275,909 residents have been tested.

Monday, Jan. 25

Over the weekend (including Friday), 308 new positive COVID-19 cases were reported in Niagara County.

There is a total of 1,913 active cases in the county, 28 of whom are hospitalized. So far, there have been 211 deaths in the county.

Friday, Jan. 22

Two more COVID-related deaths have been reported in Niagara County, bringing the total to 211.

The county also reported 115 new cases. 12,440 cases have been found in the county since the start of the pandemic.

2,476 cases are still active.

Thursday, Jan. 21

Another COVID-related death has been reported in Niagara County, bringing the death toll to 209.

196 new cases have been found since Wednesday. The new total since the start of the pandemic is 12,325.

2,525 cases are active.

Wednesday, Jan. 20

Three more people have died in Niagara County from coronavirus Wednesday, bringing the county’s death toll to a total of 208.

County officials also confirm 146 new positive COVID cases. According to the NCDOH, there are 2,483 active cases with 2,457 people isolating at home and 26 in the hospital.

Tuesday, Jan. 19

The Niagara County Health Department is reporting 15 more COVID related deaths, bringing the total count to 205.

Officials also announced the discovery of 395 positive cases of coronavirus bringing the total number of cases since the start of the pandemic to 11,771.

9,439 people have recovered from the virus. 

Friday, Jan. 15

10 more people have died in Niagara County as a result of COVID-19, bringing the death toll to 190.

Along with this update, county officials also announced that 187 new cases have been discovered. This brings the total number of cases since the start of the pandemic to 11,376.

2,389 cases are still active, and 43 people are hospitalized.

Thursday, Jan. 14

Niagara County Department of Health officials are reporting 2 new deaths related to the virus bringing the death toll to 180 individuals.

There is also 256 new positive cases increasing the countywide total to 11,189.

Officials tell News 4 that 2,298 cases are active with 2,261 isolating at home and 37 in the hospital.

According to the NCDOH, 8,711 have recovered and 251,841 have been tested.

Wednesday, Jan. 13

Niagara County Department of Health officials are reporting 3 new deaths related to the virus bringing the death toll to 178 individuals.

There is also 121 new positive cases increasing the countywide total to 10,933.

Officials tell News 4 that 2,268 cases are active with 2,245 isolating at home and 23 in the hospital.

According to the NCDOH, 8,487 have recovered and 247,242 have been tested.

Tuesday, Jan. 12

Niagara County Department of Health officials are reporting 16 new deaths related to the virus bringing the death toll to 175 individuals.

There is also 364 new positive cases increasing the countywide total to 10,812.

Officials tell News 4 2,277 cases are active with 2,252 isolating at home and 25 in the hospital.

According to the NCDOH, 8,360 have recovered and 247,242 have been tested.

Monday, Jan. 11

Since last reporting an update on Friday, Niagara County officials say 12 COVID-related deaths have occurred.

360 new cases have been discovered since Friday morning, bringing the total to 10,448.

Currently, 2,135 cases are still active and 25 people are hospitalized.

Ever since the start of the pandemic, 8,154 people have recovered and 159 have died.

More than 243,000 tests have taken place in the county.

Friday, Jan. 8

One new COVID-19 death has been reported in Niagara County, bringing the county’s total death count to 147.

There are 248 new cases in the county, for a total of 2,268 active cases. Twenty-nine people are hospitalized.

Thursday, Jan. 7

Four new deaths have been reported in Niagara County, bringing the death toll to 146.

Niagara County also reported 245 new cases. 2,116 cases are still active and 28 people are hospitalized.

Wednesday, Jan. 6

There have been 171 new positive cases of COVID-19 reported in Niagara County.

There are 1,961 active cases in Niagara County, 1,936 isolating at home and 25 are in the hospital.

The County says there have been a total of 9,597 positives to date, including isolations, recoveries and deaths. They’re reporting 7,494 have recovered.

Officials say 7,494 people have recovered and there have been 142 deaths.

Monday, Jan. 4

From Thursday through Sunday, 411 new cases of COVID-19 were found in Niagara County.

One new death was reported, bringing the death toll to 138. It is not clear if the person had underlying health conditions, and officials did not reveal the person’s age.

1,538 cases of COVID-19 are still active and 22 people are hospitalized.

Thursday, Dec. 31

Niagara County has 255 new COVID-19 cases- a total of 2,000 active cases in the county.

There has been one new COVID-19 death in the county, bringing the total number of COVID-19 deaths in the county to 137.

There have been a total of 8,541 positive cases in the county to this date.

Wednesday, Dec. 30

Three more COVID-related deaths have been reported in Niagara County.

Niagara County officials also announced that 182 new cases have been identified, bringing the total to 8,286.

1,795 cases are still active and 26 people are hospitalized.

6,355 people have recovered, while 136 others have died.

More than 218,000 tests have taken place since the start of the pandemic.

Tuesday, Dec. 29

303 more cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Niagara County, bringing the total to 8,103.

1,756 cases are still active and 33 people are hospitalized.

Since the start of the pandemic, 6,214 people in the county have recovered, but 133 others have died.

More than 217,000 tests have taken place in the county.

Monday, Dec. 28

Three more deaths resulting from COVID-19 have been reported in Niagara County.

This brings the county’s death toll to 133. It’s not clear if the three who died recently had underlying health conditions. Their ages were not revealed either.

From Thursday through Sunday, 299 new cases were identified in Niagara County. 1,534 of the county’s 7,801 total cases are still active. 27 people are hospitalized.

6,134 people have recovered, and more than 217,000 tests have taken place in the county.

Tuesday, Dec. 22

Niagara County health officials are reporting the death of a 68-year-old woman and a 74-year-old man, both with underlying health conditions. According to the Niagara County Department of Health, there are now 128 deaths.

There are 155 new positive COVID cases to report in Niagara County, bringing the total number of positive cases since the pandemic started to 7,199.

Officials tell us 1,531 cases are active, with 1,487 isolating at home and 44 in the hospital.

Of the 7,199 cases, 5,540 have recovered and 203,892 individuals have been tested in Niagara County.

Monday, Dec. 21

Health officials in Niagara County are reporting three additional deaths from coronavirus.

Three men aged, 84, 79, and 46, who all had underlying health conditions are the latest victims of the virus.

435 new positive cases have been found in Niagara County, bringing the total to 7,044.

1,441 cases are still active with 42 in the hospital.

5,477 people have recovered and 126 people have died.

Thursday, Dec. 17

169 more cases of COVID-19 have been found in Niagara County, bringing the total to 6,458.

1,498 cases are still active, and 30 people are hospitalized.

4,838 people have recovered and 122 others have died.

More than 194,000 tests have taken place in the county since the pandemic started.

Wednesday, Dec. 16

Three more people have died in Niagara County. The death toll now stands at 122.

Health officials say the latest individuals to die include:

  • 93-year-old male with underlying health conditions 
  • 94-year-old female with underlying health conditions 
  • 47-year-old female with underlying health conditions  

Officials tell News 4 there are 117 new positive cases, bringing the total cases to 6,289.

There are 1,690 active cases, 1,660 of which are isolating at home, and 30 cases are hospitalized.

Of the 6,289 total positive cases, 4,477 have recovered and 193,000 have been tested, according to the Niagara County Department of Health.

Tuesday, Dec. 15

Niagara County has reported its 119th COVID-related death. The person who died was a 61-year-old man with underlying health conditions.

During an update on Tuesday morning, officials revealed that 172 new cases have been found in the county, bringing the total to 6,172.

1,792 cases are active and 35 people are hospitalized. 4,261 people have recovered.

More than 191,000 tests have taken place in Niagara County.

Monday, Dec. 14

There have been four more COVID-related deaths in Niagara County, according to the Department of Health, bringing the death toll to 118.

The new deaths include:

  • A 68-year-old male with underlying health conditions 
  • Another 68-year-old male with underlying health conditions 
  • An 85-year-old male with underlying health conditions 
  • A 99-year-old female with underlying health conditions 

County health officials report 278 new positive cases over the weekend for a total of 6,000 positive cases in Niagara County since the beginning of the pandemic.

Officials tell us there are 1,708 active cases with 1,671 isolating at home and 37 in the hospital.

In all, 4,174 people have recovered and 191,571 have been tested.

Friday, Dec. 11

The Niagara County Department of Health has reported another death related to COVID-19. The person who died was a 76-year-old man with underlying health conditions. This brings the death toll to 114.

County officials also announced the discovery of 194 more cases.

1,617 cases are still active and 17 people are hospitalized. 3,991 people have recovered.

Thursday, Dec. 10

Another death related to COVID-19 has been reported in Niagara County. The person who died was an 84-year-old man with underlying health conditions.

167 new cases have been found, bringing the total to 5,528. 1,488 cases are still active and 24 people are hospitalized.

So far, 3,927 people have recovered and 113 others have died.

More than 182,000 tests have taken place in Niagara County.

Wednesday, Dec. 9

Niagara County’s case total has reached 5,361 with the addition of 135 new cases.

3,757 people have recovered and 112 others have died. 1,492 cases are still active.

More than 180,000 tests have taken place in Niagara County.

Tuesday, Dec. 8

219 new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Niagara County, bringing the total to 5,226.

1,573 cases are still active, and 24 people are hospitalized.

The Niagara County Department of Health reported another death as a result of the virus. The person who died was a 56-year-old man with underlying health conditions.

A total of 112 deaths have been reported in Niagara County.

More than 178,000 tests have taken place in the county.

Friday, Dec. 4

Two more deaths resulting from COVID-19 have been reported in Niagara County, bringing the death toll to 111.

The woman who died were 71 and 86 years old. Both had underlying health conditions.

143 new cases have been identified, and 1,217 are still active. A total of 4,636 cases have been found in the county since the pandemic started.

More than 171,000 tests have taken place in Niagara County.

Thursday, Dec. 3

208 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Niagara County, bringing the total to 4,494.

1,224 cases are still active, and 14 people are hospitalized. 3,161 people have recovered.

The death toll is now 109 after a 71-year-old woman with underlying health conditions recently passed away.

A total of 169,015 tests have taken place in Niagara County since the pandemic started.

Wednesday, Dec. 2

Niagara County health officials announced 110 new positive COVID cases. That brings the total number of positive cases in the county to 4,286.

Of the 4,286, 1,131 are active with 1,111 isolating at home and 20 in the hospital.

Deaths from the virus remain at 108, and 3,047 have recovered.

Tuesday, Dec. 1

200 new cases of COVID-19 have been found in Niagara County, bringing the county’s total to 4,176 since the pandemic started.

1,065 cases are currently active.

3,003 people have recovered, but 108 others have died.

Wednesday Nov. 25

The Niagara County Department of Health says there are 76 new positive cases, to bring the total number of cases to 3,470.

According to health officials, 686 cases are active, with 658 individuals isolating at home and 28 in the hospital.

Deaths still remain at 105 and 2,679 individuals have recovered.

157,351 people have been tested.

Tuesday Nov. 24

Niagara County is reporting the death of two residents from COVID-19. The latest to die from the virus is a 62-year-old woman with underlying health conditions and a 76-year-old man with underlying health conditions. This brings the death toll in the county to 105.

There are 90 new cases for a total of 3,394 positive to date in the county, according to the department of health.

Of the positive COVID cases, 676 are active with 659 individuals isolating at home and 17 in the hospital.

Health officials tell News 4 2,613 individuals have recovered and 156,653 have been tested.

Thursday, Nov. 19

94 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Niagara County, totaling 3,077 positive cases (isolations + recoveries + deaths).

575 cases are active, 564 are isolating at home and 11 are in the hospital.

Since the pandemic began, 2,399 people have recovered and 103 have died.

More than 147,000 tests have taken place in Niagara County.

The Niagara County heat map of positive cases can be found here.

Wednesday, Nov. 18

65 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Niagara County, totaling 2,983 positive cases (isolations + recoveries + deaths).

517 cases are active, 500 are isolating at home and 17 are in the hospital.

Since the pandemic began, 2363  people have recovered and 103 have died.

More than 145,000 tests have taken place in Niagara County.

Tuesday, Nov. 17

55 new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Niagara County, bringing the total to 2,918.

517 cases are still active, and 18 people are hospitalized.

Since the pandemic started, 2,298 people have recovered and 103 others have died.

More than 145,000 tests have taken place in Niagara County.

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