819 Total COVID19 Cases in Onondaga County: J. Ryan McMahon’s Daily Briefing – April 27, 2020

At his daily briefing on COVID-19 Onondaga County Executive J. Ryan McMahon, said “We have 518 people who’ve recovered. But the reality, is we are still losing neighbors to this virus. Unfortunately, that’s going to be the reality as long as this is with us. Some will recover and some won’t”

17 of our new cases are affiliated with senior living facilities, according to the County Executive Community spread cases are continuing to drop. McMahon continues, “Social distancing is clearly working. We have over 60% of our active cases are related to affiliated properties and/or contact cases. There are 919 people in isolation/quarantine, we are monitoring 275 active cases, 40 hospitalized 10 are in critical condition.” Community spread cases are continuing to drop as the reopen process continues to develop. There is an ongoing process planning for a restart on recovery w/ local partners.

Based on the content and context of daily briefings Onondaga County according to McMahon, “everything we do in this process is driven by data”. Given the continued flattening of the curve there’s some hope that elective surgeries begin as early as tomorrow.

New York State and Upstate Medical University have estimated that perhaps 8,000 people in our county have been infected, or 1.3 percent of the population. On April 27th Governor Cuomo announced Phase II results of antibody testing study show 14.9% of population has COVID-19 Antibodies. Parts of downstate are estimated to be as high as 24% of the resident population is currently or has been infected with COVID-19. Upstate New York numbers are low compared to many parts of the state. Hopes are that in a phased in re-opening Central New York would be one of the first regions to emerge from restrictions.

Potential COVID-19 Exposure at Two Local Stores: Target/Walmart

Potential COVID-19 Exposure at Two Local Stores: Target/Walmart

 

County Executive daily briefing 4 27 2020

County Executive Ryan McMahon’s Daily Briefing – 4-27-20

County Executive Ryan McMahon’s Daily Briefing – 4-27-20

County Executive Ryan McMahon’s DailySnipit 4 27 20

“Let’s continue the fight.”

“Let’s continue the fight.”

COVID-19 by the Numbers
  • 26th Death
  • 819 total cases
  • 21 new cases
  • 275 active cases
  • 518 recovered cases
  • 40 hospitalized
  • 10 critical
Click HERE for COVID-19 Cases by Municipality.

Confirmed cases by age:

  • 26 are under 19;
  • 154 are in their 20s;
  • 108 are in their 30s;
  • 119 are in their 40s;
  • 139 are in their 50s;
  • 120 are in their 60s;
  • 74 are in their 70s;
  • 51 are in their 80s;
  • 28 are in their 90s.

Confirmed cases/recoveries by municipality:

358 are male, 461 are women = 819 total

  • Syracuse: 362 total, 204 recoveries, 158 active cases
  • Clay: 84 total, 60 recoveries, 24 active,
  • Manlius: 51 total, 36 recoveries, 15 active,
  • Onondaga: 67 total, 22 recoveries, 45 active,
  • DeWitt: 43 total, 27 recoveries, 16 active,
  • Salina: 40 total, 31 recoveries, 9 active,
  • Camillus: 33 total, 28 recoveries, 5 active,
  • Cicero: 29 total, 24 recoveries, 5 active,
  • Lysander: 27 total, 17 recoveries, 10 active,
  • Geddes: 24 total, 18 recoveries, 6 active,
  • Pompey: 20 total, 19 recoveries, 1 active
  • Skaneateles: 15 total, 12 recoveries, 3 active
  • Van Buren: 5 total, 2 recoveries, 3 active
  • Marcellus: 4 total, 4 recoveries
  • Otisco: 4 total, 4 recoveries
  • LaFayette: 3 total, 2 recoveries, 1 active
  • Elbridge: 2 total, 2 recoveries
  • Fabius: 2 total, 2 recoveries
  • Spafford: 2 total, 2 recoveries
  • Tully: 2 total, 2 recoveries