Hudson Valley COVID Numbers Continue to Spike; NY Launches COVID Mobile Alert App

COVID numbers continue to rise, but not only in Monsey and Spring Valley. Governor Andrew Cuomo said yesterday the numbers are going up elsewhere in the lower Hudson Valley…

Those areas include Suffern and Kiryas Joel in Orange County. Without the hotspots, the governor said, the state is just under one percent.

New York and New Jersey are launching a new, mobile COVID Alert app that notifies users if they have been within six feet of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. The state said the app is completely anonymous and doesn’t track or collect any location or personal data from your phone. Go to “NY.gov/covidalerts” for more information about COVID Alert NY, which is available on the Apple Store and Google Play.

COVID-19 by the numbers now, here in Rockland, we’ve got seven in the hospital being examined, another 19 have been confirmed with coronavirus, and a total of 813 active cases. The state says since the crisis began, we’ve had a total of 15,636 reported cases, 184 more than Thursday (15,452), and the Rockland Health Department says the death count held steady at 677.

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