There are now over 20,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New York State. Here's the updated geographic breakdown.

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The daily increase of confirmed coronavirus cases in New York continues to soar. On Sunday, Cuomo confirmed over 4,812 new cases of coronavirus. On Monday, 5,700 new cases were announced bringing the statewide total to 20,875 confirmed cases. He announced 1,021 new confirmed cases in Westchester County, 137 new cases in Rockland County, 18 news cases in Dutchess County and 142 new cases in Orange County.

About 13 percent of the confirmed cases in New York are hospitalized. Of those hospitalized 24 percent are in ICU.

The increase in confirmed cases is expected because New York State is performing so many tests. Officials say the state has performed almost double the number of tests as any out state. According to Cuomo 25 percent of all testing nationwide has happened in New York State.

Of the 20,875 total individuals who tested positive for the virus, the geographic breakdown is as follows:

County

Total Positive

New Positive

Albany

127

4

Allegany

2

0

Broome

7

4

Cayuga

2

2

Chenango

3

0

Clinton

6

2

Columbia

10

5

Cortland

2

1

Delaware

3

0

Dutchess

100

18

Erie

87

33

Essex

3

0

Fulton

1

0

Genesee

1

0

Greene

4

2

Hamilton

2

0

Herkimer

4

0

Jefferson

2

1

Livingston

3

1

Madison

4

3

Monroe

76

19

Montgomery

3

0

Nassau

2,442

542

Niagara

10

4

NYC

12,305

3,260

Oneida

7

2

Onondaga

52

23

Ontario

6

0

Orange

389

142

Oswego

1

1

Otsego

1

1

Putnam

45

8

Rensselaer

29

3

Rockland

592

137

Saratoga

53

12

Schenectady

44

5

Schoharie

1

0