BELMONT — One new case of COVID-19 was reported in Allegany County, but two more have recovered from the illness.

The Allegany County Department of Health on Tuesday reported that COVID-19 cases rose to 44 — with just one new case reported in nine days. Meanwhile, 36 patients have recovered. One death was reported in late March.

To date, 628 residents have been in quarantine or isolation, while 25 remain separated — down from 37 on Monday.

Western New York is in Phase 1 of four for business reopening. For business reopening questions and information, visit the New York Forward website at forward.ny.gov or the Allegany County website at www.alleganyco.com/coronavirus/reopening-allegany-county.

AREA COUNTIES reported updated COVID-19 infection and fatality data, according to the New York and Pennsylvania departments of health:

  • Chautauqua County: One new case was reported, with 50 reported to date. Officials report two have died in the county.
  • Erie County: 94 new cases were reported, with 5,131 reported to date. Officials report 437 have died in the county, an increase of five overnight.
  • Livingston County: One new case was reported, with 111 reported to date. Officials report three have died in the county.
  • Steuben County: One new case was reported, with 237 reported to date. Officials report 27 have died in the county.
  • Wyoming County: No new cases were reported, with 79 reported to date. Officials report five have died in the county.
  • McKean County: No new cases were reported, with 11 reported to date. Officials report one has died in the county.
  • Potter County: No new cases were reported, with four reported to date. Officials report none have died in the county.

(Contact City Editor Bob Clark at bclark@oleantimesherald.com. Follow him on Twitter, @OTHBob)

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