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Monroe County continues to see a rising number of cases of COVID-19. In the data released on Friday, there were 323 new cases and no new deaths.

The seven-day rolling average positivity rate for Monroe County rose to 2.9%. That is the highest infection rate since Feb. 4.

The sseven-day rolling average of new cases is 239 new cases per day.

There are 190 people hospitalized in the Finger Lakes Region; 41 are in ICU.

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Monroe County saw another sharp increase in new daily COVID-19 cases reported on Wednesday. The county’s health department says that there are 130 new confirmed cases. The 7-day rolling average of new cases is 105 new cases per day. There were no new deaths. The total is 307 to date.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo released numbers on Wednesday which show that the Finger Lakes region had a COVID-19 infection rate of 2.9%. The 7-day rolling average is 2.2% and the 14-day average is 2.0%.

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Monroe County is reporting another 127 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Monday.

The 7-day rolling average of new cases is now 92 cases per day. There were no new deaths, that total is still 307 to date.

In the Finger Lakes region, which includes Monroe and 8 other counties, 92 people are hospitalized with the coronavirus, 20 of them in the ICU.

Numbers released by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday show the COVID-19 infection rate for the Finger Lakes region at 2.5%.  The 7-day rolling average is 2.0% and the 14-day average is 1.8%.

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The latest COVID-19 numbers from Monroe County showed another jump in coronavirus cases.

On Sunday, the Department of Public Health reported 132 new confirmed cases. The 7-day rolling average of new cases is 81 new cases per day. There were no new deaths, keeping the total at 307.

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Monroe County is reporting 68 new coronavirus cases according to the numbers released by the Department of Public Health on Saturday.

The 7-day rolling average of new cases is 72 per day. There were no new deaths; the total is 307 to date.

On Friday, the county said it had tallied 136 new positive cases, which was the highest number since the pandemic began in March.

The Monroe County Department of Public Health has put out information about a possible COVID-19 exposure at Pittsford restaurant.

Officials are urging anyone who was at the BluHorn Tequilaria, 9 Main St. in Pittsford, on Friday, Oct. 16 between 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. to contact the health department by calling (585) 753-5555 or emailing COVID19@monroecounty.gov.

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The Monroe County Department of Public Health has reported another spike in the number of daily positive cases for COVID-19.

On Friday, officials said they saw 78 newly confirmed cases, with a number of those cases involving individuals in the 10 to 19 age range as well as men in their 20s.

At St. John Fisher College, which announced earlier in the week it would move to all-remote learning for the rest of the fall semester, reported 95 confirmed cases of COVID-19 through October 23.

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UPDATE: (as of 10/22/20) Ontario County Health officials clarified that a previously reported 'block party' in Victor was actually a multi-family gathering on Montgomery Lane on October 11. There was no party on Brent Knoll. Anyone who attended the gathering on Montomgery Lane, or are in close contact with someone who did attend, is asked to  quarantine for 14 days, and if you have symptoms, get tested for COVID-19.

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St. John Fisher College says it will transition to all-remote instruction for the rest of the fall semester. The college made the announcement Tuesday afternoon after a spike in COVID-19 cases on campus over recent days.

On Monday, the college reported 52 positive cases. St John Fisher said that of the total number of students in dorms across the campus who tested positive for COVID-19, two-thirds of that number live in Dorsey Hall.

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On Saturday, Monroe County reported another 59 positive cases of COVID-19 from the previous day’s reporting.

Dr. Michael Mendoza, Commissioner of the Monroe County Department of Public Health, issued this statement:

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