New York’s COVID-19 positivity rate remains at less than 1 percent, although rising slightly

New York’s COVID-19 positivity rate stays at under 1%, despite the fact that it is rising somewhat, as per new numbers delivered Saturday.

The positivity rate, when estimated on a seven-day normal, was at 0.79 percent Friday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. Seven days sooner, the rate remained at 0.51 percent.

In New York City, the positivity rate was 0.85 percent on a seven-day normal Friday, with just Staten Island going more than 1% at 1.41 percent.

Of the 80,311 Covid test results that returned statewide Friday, 661 or 0.82 percent were positive, Cuomo said.

The quantity of those hospitalized with the infection Friday was 342 and an inhabitant of Brooklyn kicked the bucket alongside a Bronx occupant and a Manhattan inhabitant.

Cuomo said 21,524,919 COVID-19 dosages have been administered in the state and that 70.3 percent of grown-up New Yorkers have gotten something like one portion and 65 percent have finished the series.