ALBANY – A total of 484 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the Hudson Valley/Catskills on Thanksgiving Day, the State Health Department reports.
The actual number of cases may be higher as people may have contracted mild cases and did not test for it and others may have caught the virus and displayed no symptoms.
There were four deaths reported from the virus in Westchester County.
On Thanksgiving, 3,931 new positive cases were reported statewide.
Orange County reported a total of 131,28 throughout the pandemic, of which 74 classified as new are new. It was the highest of counties reporting with the exception of Westchester, which has had a total of 316,078 and 220 classified as new.
Source: Mid-Hudson News