New York state’s 7-day average positivity rate for COVID-19 is at .39%.
That’s according to data released by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Saturday. He said that number has been at a record low for 22 consecutive days and it has declined for 75 consecutive days.
For the Finger Lakes region, the average positivity rate is at .59%. That is second highest in the state, behind the North Country, but all regions have infection rates well below 1%.
In terms of vaccinations, 56.5% of the state’s population have had at least one dose of the vaccine. 50.6% have had the completed series.
In the Finger Lakes, 56.2% of the population has had one dose and 51.8% have had the completed series.