Gov. Andrew Cuomo confirmed nearly 5,000 new cases of COVID-19 in New York State. Here's the updated geographic breakdown.

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"While the number of new cases continues to increase unabated, we are exercising all options as aggressively as we can including ramping up testing, isolating those who are infected, closing down nonessential businesses and building hospital surge capacity," Cuomo said. "The State cannot do this alone, and the blunt truth is we need more ventilators and healthcare equipment fast, and we need the federal government to actually use the Defense Production Act to get private manufacturers to help build this critical equipment. I'm not asking the federal government to help New York just to help New York — I'm asking for everyone. New York is the first — if we learn how to blunt the impact here and bend the curve here, we can help other states who are next. Let's learn how to act as one nation."

The statewide total number of confirmed coronavirus cases is now 25,665 New York State. Of the 25,665 total individuals who tested positive for the virus, the geographic breakdown is as follows:

County

Total Positive

New Positive

Albany

146

19

Allegany

2

0

Broome

9

2

Cayuga

2

0

Chemung

1

1

Chenango

3

0

Clinton

8

2

Columbia

11

1

Cortland

2

0

Delaware

3

0

Dutchess

124

24

Erie

107

20

Essex

3

0

Fulton

1

0

Genesee

1

0

Greene

4

0

Hamilton

2

0

Herkimer

4

0

Jefferson

2

0

Livingston

3

0

Madison

5

1

Monroe

96

20

Montgomery

3

0

Nassau

2869

427

Niagara

11

1

NYC

14904

2599

Oneida

8

1

Onondaga

60

8

Ontario

7

1

Orange

498

109

Orleans

2

2

Oswego

2

1

Otsego

1

0

Putnam

67

22

Rensselaer

30

1

Rockland

671

79

Saratoga

60

7

Schenectady

46

2

Schoharie

1

0

St. Lawrence

1

0

Steuben

5

1

Suffolk

1880

422

Sullivan

30

7

Tioga

1

0

Tompkins

16

1

Ulster

47

12

Warren

2

0

Washington

3

0

Wayne

6

0

Westchester

3891

997

Wyoming

4

0