COVID-19: 400-Plus New Long Island Cases Reported; Heres Breakdown By Community – Daily Voice

In the past week, Long Island has seen a slight uptick in its positive infection rate in those checked. The current data from the state Department of Health:.

A breakdown of validated and new COVID-19 cases in Suffolk, according to the county Department of Health as of, Nov. 6:.

The most validated COVID-19 cases in Nassau County are being reported the countys Department of Health have been reported in:.

Hempstead: 2,587;.
Freeport: 1,938;.
Elmont: 1,558;.
Uniondale: 1,517;.
Valley Stream: 1,404;.
Levittown: 1,395;.
Hicksville: 1,284;.
East Meadow: 1,157;.
Glen Cove: 1,127;.
Franklin Square: 974;.
Long Beach: 982;.
Woodmere: 916;.
Baldwin: 812;.
Oceanside: 777;.
Roosevelt: 755;.
North Valley Stream: 723;.
New Cassel: 728.

There were no brand-new deaths reported in Suffolk, as the death toll remained at 2,022 while two brand-new deaths were reported in Nassau, bringing the total to 2,220.

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There have actually now been more than 50,000 verified COVID-19 cases in both Nassau and Suffolk County considering that the pandemic began.
There has been an overall of 1,130,891 COVID-19 tests administered in Suffolk, leading to 50,210 (4.4 percent) favorable cases. In Nassau, there have been 51,164 positive cases out of 1,133,161 tests (4.6 percent).

In the previous 24 hours, there have been 160,705 COVID-19 tests administered in New York, with 3,209 (1.99 percent) screening positive. Hospitalizations are up to 1,321, and there were 18 new virus-related fatalities reported.
Statewide, there have been 15,355,881 New Yorkers evaluated for COVID-19, resulting in 522,021 positive tests. An overall of 25,910 have passed away from COVID-19 since the outbreak began in early March.

Islip: 14,680;.
Brookhaven: 12,110;.
Babylon: 8,114;.
Huntington: 6,333;.
Smithtown: 3,219;.
Southampton: 1,410;.
Riverhead: 923;.
Southold: 478;.
East Hampton: 318;.
Shelter Island: 13.

Sunday, Nov. 1: 12,741 tests administered, leading to 179 (1.4 percent) positive cases.
Monday, Nov. 2: 20,292 tests administered, resulting in 371 (1.8 percent) positive cases;.
Tuesday, Nov. 3: 15,193 tests administered, resulting in 174 (1.1 percent) favorable cases;.
Wednesday, Nov. 3: 20,233 tests administered, resulting in 395 (1.6 percent) positive cases;.
Thursday, Nov. 4: 22,213 tests administered, leading to 423 (1.9 percent) positive cases.

There were more than 400 recently validated COVID-19 cases on Long Island as the favorable infection ticked upward near 2 percent according to information launched on Friday, Nov. 6.
In Nassau, the state Department of Health was reporting 246 new COVID-19 cases in Suffolk and 177 in Nassau, according to the newest information launched..