April 1 Update: Onondaga County Battles COVID-19 as Infected Numbers Rise to 277 total cases, County Executive Emphasizes ‘Use Common Sense’

277 persons diagnosed with COVID-19 have been reported in Onondaga County, up 28 from a day ago. Subtracting the 67 recoveries and one death, there are now 209 infections in the county. We have 14 people in intensive care, according to the J. Ryan McMahon “Now we see more people getting very sick,”

There’s been an extension of Executive order 9 which continues the required workforce reduction order along with restrictions on numbers of people gathering. It has been emphasized by health care experts that maintaining Social Distance results in “reducing the curve”, which is the predicted number of people expected to die as a result of their global pandemic which is hitting New York State especially New York City especially hard.

 

3,779 tests with results so far, with 277 positive and 3,502 negatives.

County Executive Ryan McMahon’s Daily Briefing:

County Executive’s DailySnipit:

Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon’s DailySnipit 4-1-20 “If everyone uses common sense, we’re going to get our curve and flatten out faster.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the total cases:

  • 156 are female and 121 are male
  • 8 are under 19,
  • 60 in their 20s
  • 42 in their 30s
  • 43 in their 40s
  • 49 in their 50s
  • 40 in their 60s
  • 23 in their 70s
  • 10 in their 80s
  • 2 in their 90s

Breakdown by Municipality:

  • City of Syracuse – 87
  • Clay – 29
  • Salina – 21
  • Camillus – 20
  • DeWitt – 19
  • Cicero – 18
  • Onondaga – 15
  • Manlius – 14
  • Pompey – 13
  • Geddes – 10
  • Lysander – 9
  • Skaneateles – 6
  • Van Buren – 4
  • LaFayette – 3
  • Otisco – 3
  • Marcellus – 2
  • Tully – 2
  • Fabius – 1
  • Spafford – 1