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ALBION – The number of COVID-19 cases and deaths took a significant jump on Friday in Orleans County, seeing the largest single increase in the region since April 19.

A total of 23 new positive cases and five deaths were reported in the county. That includes 22 new cases and four deaths at Orchard Rehabilitation and Nursing Home in Medina.

These figures bring the total number of coronavirus cases reported in Orleans County to 194, which is now the highest of all regions in the GLOW region. Another death was reported at The Villages of Orleans Health and Rehabilitation, while the remaining new case involved someone in Ridgeway.

The county ‘s sudden jump contrasted sharply with Genesee, Wyoming and the Livingston district, which reported no new cases.

The age breakdown of the new case in Orleans County includes one person in his 20s; three people in their 50s; three in their 60s; six in their 70s, seven in their 80s, three in their 90s.

Of the total positive cases, 15 were in the hospital.

The district has reported 1,429 negative cases. Currently has 17 in the community under mandatory isolation; 70 in the community under mandatory quarantine; 28 total deaths; and 59 community recovery.

Facilities regulated by the non-county government cover about 61 percent of the Orleans Regional positive cases.

Desa Health and Rehabilitation Desa has 87 positive cases, accounting for 45 percent of the total district cases, and 23 deaths. The Center for Rehabilitation and Care of Gardens reported 25 positive cases, accounting for 13 percent, along with four deaths.

DDSO West NY has had six positive cases.

Genesee County remained stable in 178 positive cases. Only two of the total positive cases in the hospital.

The Buffalo Federal Detention Facility in Batavia had 49 positive cases, but on Friday contacted The Daily News to say that there were currently no positive cases there. Requests for further information on how cases were handled were not answered at the time of the press.

Batavia VA Medical Center has two positive cases. There are no facilities in Genesee County that are responsible for death.

To date, Genesee County has had 2,569 total negative cases. The number currently also includes 11 in the community under compulsory isolation; 42 in the community under mandatory quarantine; four total deaths; and 112 community recovery.

Paul Pettit, director of Genesee and the Orleans Health Department, said the district had participated in sweeping all residents and staff, even before the governor’s executive order. However, with more testing available, the number is increasing as a result of that test.

“Luckily we found these cases,” he said. “Previously we did not catch all these things.”

With the territory headed for Memorial Day weekend, Genesee District Chair Shelly Stein reminded residents that while Phase 1 businesses had reopened, Phase 2 was in their hands and depended on their actions.

“Take the time to protect yourself and your family,” he said. “The planned family meeting is subject to the NY PAUSE limit, which is no more than 10 people. Do this for others who are more vulnerable, if not for yourself and other family members. “

Pettit said businesses in other phases were required to have an opening plan, and had to start the conversation. With phase opening driven by data, the difference between the present phases may be a minimum of two weeks.

He said plans must focus on social distance, washing and reducing capacity.

The recovery surged on Friday in the Wyoming Area while marking the fourth consecutive day without COVID-19 new cases being reported.

The district remained stable in 76 cases, while the number of recoveries increased to 68. Three active cases were reported.

Current Wyoming County statistics include:

n A total of 26 cases have been confirmed in the northwest quadrant which includes Attica, Bennington, Orangeville and Sheldon. Two have been linked to the Attica Correctional Facility and 25 have recovered.

n Twenty-two cases have been confirmed in the northeast quadrant which includes Warsaw, Perry, Middlebury and Covington. Sixteen of them have recovered and five have died.

n Fifteen cases have been confirmed in the southeast quadrant which includes Castile, Gainesville, Genesee Falls, and Pike. All 15 have recovered.

n Thirteen cases have been confirmed in the southwest quadrant which includes Arcade, Eagle, Java, and Wethersfield. Twelve have recovered.

The total negative test was 1,383. Other statistics on Friday include three people in mandatory isolation; 12 in mandatory quarantine; Nothing in quarantine prevention.

Age breakdown includes 17 people in their 20s; 15 people in their 40s; 13 people in their 60s; 10 people in their 50s; seven people in their 30s and 70s respectively; three people in their 80s; two people less than 20 years old; and two people in their 90s.

Chairman Jerry Davis of the regional Oversight Board noted that the state contact tracing program was underway.

“If you get a call from” NYS Contact Tracing “at (518) 387-9993, please answer the phone,” he said. “Answering the phone will keep the people you love and the community safe.”

No new positive cases of COVID-19 were reported Friday in Livingston County.

The total number of positive cases remained 112, including nine active. As many as 96 people have recovered.

The district has a total of 2,628 negative tests.

“As we look forward to the long Anniversary Day weekend, we encourage all Livingston County residents to stay safe and use precautions,” District Administrator Ian M. Coyle said in a news release. “Please proceed to social distance, wear a mask, and practice proper hand washing to further reduce the spread of COVID-19.”

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