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32 COVID-19 Cases in Rye as of Monday, March 30, 2020 – 19 Dead in Westchester

George Latimer COVID-19 briefing March 30, 2020

(PHOTO: Latimer at his daily briefing on March 30, 2020. Media attends virtually in order to maintain social distancing.)

The number of official, reported positive COVID-19 cases in Rye has risen to 32, from the 31 number reported yesterday the 22 reported on Friday. Nineteen people have died in Westchester County due to COVID-19.

County Exec and Rye guy George Latimer is continuing providing updated figures at the county and at the municipal level at his daily press briefing. The county continues to warn the figures come from the state on a delayed basis.

Latimer also warned that people need to keep their distance when outside, especially in the county parks (Rye has two county parks – Edith Read Sanctuary and Marshlands Conservancy). In his statement today, he said “Don’t make me close these parks.”

Municipality Name Cases

Ardsley 19

Bedford 28

Briarcliff Manor 14

Bronxville 20

Buchanan 4

Cortlandt 85

Croton-on-Hudson 16

Dobbs Ferry 42

Eastchester 70

Elmsford 13

Greenburgh 130

Harrison 52

Hastings-on-Hudson 19

Irvington 14

Larchmont 16

Lewisboro 16

Mamaroneck Town 31

Mamaroneck Village 30

Mount Kisco 50

Mount Pleasant 70

Mount Vernon 224

New Castle 35

New Rochelle 346

North Castle 27

North Salem 4

Ossining Town 18

Ossining Village 132

Peekskill 63

Pelham 22

Pelham Manor 21

Pleasantville 27

Port Chester 109

Pound Ridge 3

Rye Brook 31

Rye City 32

Scarsdale 59

Sleepy Hollow 34

Somers 24

Tarrytown 35

Tuckahoe 17

White Plains 154

Yonkers 508

Yorktown 89

· Westchester Numbers

o Total Hospitalized Cumulative – 378

o Total Currently 221

o Number in Westchester Hospitalized 213

o Deaths – 19

NOTE –

Town numbers reflect the unincorporated sections of the part of town outside villages within the town.
Numbers reflect the actual residents of the municipality, not “zip code” residents who live in an adjacent community.
Data lags state number by as much as 3 days, due to State release of data to the County only after the tested individual has been informed of their status.

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George Latimer COVID-19 briefing March 30, 2020

(PHOTO: Latimer at his daily briefing on March 30, 2020. Media attends virtually in order to maintain social distancing.)

The number of official, reported positive COVID-19 cases in Rye has risen to 32, from the 31 number reported yesterday the 22 reported on Friday. Nineteen people have died in Westchester County due to COVID-19.

County Exec and Rye guy George Latimer is continuing providing updated figures at the county and at the municipal level at his daily press briefing. The county continues to warn the figures come from the state on a delayed basis.

Latimer also warned that people need to keep their distance when outside, especially in the county parks (Rye has two county parks – Edith Read Sanctuary and Marshlands Conservancy). In his statement today, he said “Don’t make me close these parks.”

Municipality Name Cases

Ardsley 19

Bedford 28

Briarcliff Manor 14

Bronxville 20

Buchanan 4

Cortlandt 85

Croton-on-Hudson 16

Dobbs Ferry 42

Eastchester 70

Elmsford 13

Greenburgh 130

Harrison 52

Hastings-on-Hudson 19

Irvington 14

Larchmont 16

Lewisboro 16

Mamaroneck Town 31

Mamaroneck Village 30

Mount Kisco 50

Mount Pleasant 70

Mount Vernon 224

New Castle 35

New Rochelle 346

North Castle 27

North Salem 4

Ossining Town 18

Ossining Village 132

Peekskill 63

Pelham 22

Pelham Manor 21

Pleasantville 27

Port Chester 109

Pound Ridge 3

Rye Brook 31

Rye City 32

Scarsdale 59

Sleepy Hollow 34

Somers 24

Tarrytown 35

Tuckahoe 17

White Plains 154

Yonkers 508

Yorktown 89

· Westchester Numbers

o Total Hospitalized Cumulative – 378

o Total Currently 221

o Number in Westchester Hospitalized 213

o Deaths – 19

NOTE –

Town numbers reflect the unincorporated sections of the part of town outside villages within the town.
Numbers reflect the actual residents of the municipality, not “zip code” residents who live in an adjacent community.
Data lags state number by as much as 3 days, due to State release of data to the County only after the tested individual has been informed of their status.