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Rye COVID-19 Cases Remains 15 – Westchester Has Highest COVID Positive Rate in Nation

The official count of COVID-19 cases in Rye remained at 15 on Wednesday, March 25, 2020.

George Latimer COVID-19 briefing March 25  2020

(PHOTO: Latimer at his daily briefing on March 25, 2020. Media attends virtually in order to maintain social distancing.)

It seems County Exec and Rye guy George Latimer is now 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.

Westchester has 4,691 people that have tested positive for COVID-19 – the greatest per capita rate of any county in the United States. This is attributed to increased testing – "we are not the worst, but we are the first," said Latimer, indicating by inference what may be coming to many other localities as testing ramps up.

Municipality Name Cases (official count – as of 03-25-2020)

Ardsley 3
Bedford 10
Briarcliff Manor 9
Bronxville 9
Buchanan 0
Cortlandt 31
Croton-on-Hudson 5
Dobbs Ferry 16
Eastchester 38
Elmsford 6
Greenburgh 63
Harrison 29
Hastings-on-Hudson 13
Irvington 8
Larchmont 13
Lewisboro 7
Mamaroneck Town 18
Mamaroneck Village 18
Mount Kisco 20
Mount Pleasant 32
Mount Vernon 89
New Castle 13
New Rochelle 234
North Castle 13
North Salem 2
Ossining Town 7
Ossining Village 47
Peekskill 26
Pelham 18
Pelham Manor 12
Pleasantville 14
Port Chester 51
Pound Ridge 1
Rye Brook 17
Rye City 15
Scarsdale 39
Sleepy Hollow 19
Somers 9
Tarrytown 15
Tuckahoe 7
White Plains 74
Yonkers 201
Yorktown 30

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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