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Covid: Westchester by the Numbers

As of Dec. 10, 2020: The numbers on the map below denote active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

Locally:
New Rochelle 526
Mamaroneck Village 166
Mamaroneck Town 39
Larchmont 24

 

As of Dec. 7, 2020: The numbers on the map below denote active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

These numbers can be hard to read on the County Map:
New Rochelle 600
Mamaroneck Village 172
Mamaroneck Town 44
Larchmont 29

 

As of Dec. 3, 2020: 187 cases in the Tri-Municipal area.

The numbers on the map below denote active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

These numbers can be hard to read on the County Map:
Larchmont 21
Mamaroneck Town 38
Mamaroneck Village 158

 

As of Nov. 30, 2020: 187 cases in the Tri-Municipal area.

The numbers on the map below denote active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

These numbers can be hard to read on the County Map:
Larchmont 18
Mamaroneck Town 32
Mamaroneck Village 137

As of Nov. 23, 2020: 133 cases in the Tri-Municipal area.

The numbers on the map below denote active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

These numbers can be hard to read on the County Map:
Larchmont 13
Mamaroneck Town 29
Mamaroneck Village 91

 

As of Nov. 19, 2020: 105 cases in the Tri-Municipal area.

The numbers on the map below denote active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

These numbers can be hard to read on the County Map:
Larchmont 16
Mamaroneck Town 28
Mamaroneck Village 61

Last week, Gov. Cuomo assigned orange and yellow zones in Westchester. The color-coded system based on metrics goes from yellow to red, with red carrying the most stringent restrictions.

“We have an orange zone currently that affects most of the Village of Port Chester and part of the the Village of Rye Brook. There is an overlay yellow zone that goes slightly beyond that that includes part of the Village of Rye Brook and a very little piece of the City of Rye,” says County Executive George Latimer. “And then we had last week announced five yellow-zone designations in portions of New Rochelle, Ossining, Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow, Yonkers and in Peekskill.”

 

As of Nov. 16, 2020: 91 cases in the Tri-Municipal area.

The numbers on the map below denote active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

From the Village of Larchmont: “Here in our tri-municipal area on Friday, Oct. 13, we only had 19 cases. As of Monday, Nov. 18, we have 91, with 13 of those cases added since Friday. This number is only expected to grow. Please help stop the spread!

NYS is using positivity metrics to designate micro-cluster zones. Restrictions within a micro-cluster are based on whether it is yellow, orange or red. Locally, Port Chester was upgraded from yellow to orange a few days ago. Let’s do our best to not follow that path! You can learn more about the metrics and restrictions for micro-clusters HERE.
County Executive George Latimer shared the following message on Saturday:
“We were warned of this. And it has come true. How we respond to this is really the only question now.
We cannot stress enough how important it is for everyone to follow the rules. Please wear masks EVERYWHERE in public. The CDC has published new research that shows masks not only protect others, but protect you as well. You can read more about the importance of using masks and the new CDC guidance HERE.
Everyone should consider downloading the ALERT NY app, which will not only alert you if you have been exposed to someone with the virus, but also has daily updates. You can learn more about the app and download it HERE.

As of Nov. 12, 2020. As is happening across the country, our numbers are going up, especially in Mamaroneck Village. Please wear your mask and don’t gather in large groups. We will get through this!

The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

These numbers can be hard to read on the County Map:
Larchmont 14
Mamaroneck Town 16
Mamaroneck Village 45

 

 

 

As of Nov. 9, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

These numbers can be hard to read on the County Map:
Larchmont 5
Mamaroneck Town 13
Mamaroneck Village 36

Mamaroneck Mayor Tom Murphy breaks it down, below the map.

from Mayor Murphy: Below are the number of monthly Covid infections since the virus first appeared locally in March:
MONTH REPORTED CASES
March 32
April 233
May 119
June 28
July 27
August 25
September 12
October 49
November 1 till 11/9……………..75
As you can see what are in the cusp of an outbreak. This is a pattern that is emerging all over the United States, New York State and Westchester.
Please, please wear a face covering whenever you are outside. Wash hands often. Get a flu shot. Avoid large gatherings particularly indoors. Follow all State and Federal protocols for quarantine and isolation. We need to gird ourselves for what looks like a challenging winter containing the Covid outbreak.

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As of October 26, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

These numbers can be hard to read on the County Map:
Larchmont 5
Mamaroneck Town 17
Mamaroneck Village 37

 

As of October 19, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

These numbers can be hard to read on the County Map:
Larchmont 8
Mamaroneck Town 6
Mamaroneck Village 17

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As of October 15, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

 

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As of October 13, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

 

 

 

 

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As of October 6, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

 

 

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As of September 29, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

 

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As of September 21, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

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As of September 17, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

As of September 14, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

As of September 9, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

As of September 8, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

As of September 1, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

As of August 18, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases.

Past dates below back to April 4, when the County began releasing maps.

As of July 30, 2020. The number denotes active COVID-19 cases, the number (in parentheses) denotes total COVID-19 cases. Past dates below.

 

As of July 17, 2020:

 

April 30, 2020:

April 4, 2020:

 

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Potosi
Potosi
1 year ago

We’ve all made terrific sacrifices to get the levels down to where they are, but we need to remain vigilant to stay safe. There are still hundreds of cases in the county. And the virus spreads as easily now as before. Remember, 1 man in New Rochelle unknowingly spread this to his family and friends and around the community. Stay safe. Wash hands, socially distance, and wear a mask. We can defeat the virus with the decisions we make.

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