New York state's 7-day average COVID-19 positivity rate drops to 1.13%

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Credit Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

New numbers on COVID-19 in New York state shows the state’s 7-day average positivity rate now stands at 1.13%. That is the lowest rate since October 14, and represents 41 straight days of decline.

The Finger Lakes region has a 7-day average positivity rate of 2.72%, which is the highest of any region in the state.

In data released on Sunday, Monroe County reported 140 new cases of COVID-19. The 7-day rolling average of new cases is 172 new cases per day.

In terms of vaccinations, Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday said that 49.8% of all New Yorkers have had at least one vaccine dose. 41.6% of state residents have had the completed series.

In the Finger Lakes region. 50.44% of the population has had at least one vaccine does and 44% has had the completed series.

Here is the age breakdown of the most recent cases of COVID-19 in Monroe County:

Credit Monroe County Dept. of Public Health