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How Many in Tri-State Tested Positive for Coronavirus? See Latest Cases by the Numbers

The numbers below were last updated at 5:01 p.m. on April 11, according to the governors of the respective states

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More than 3.2 million tri-state residents have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

New York's first positive case was announced on Sunday, March 1, 2020; the state's first death was announced nearly two weeks later, on March 14, 2020. New York City accounts for the vast majority of cases and deaths in the state.

The number of cases in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut has climbed into the millions, while deaths are in the tens of thousands.

Here are the latest number of cases, last updated at 5:01 p.m. on April 11, according to the governors of the respective states:

Tri-State Area Total: 3,216,480

NOTE: County- and city-wide breakdowns may not add up to total statewide cases at times pending additional updates from the governors' offices. Total state and tri-state numbers are updated to reflect latest official totals.

New York

New York City872,005
Albany County23,280
Allegany County3,126
Broome County17,054
Cattaraugus County5,002
Cayuga County5,769
Chautauqua County8,178
Chemung County7,022
Chenango County2,987
Clinton County4,437
Columbia County3,784
Cortland County3,493
Delaware County2,095
Dutchess County27,371
Erie County79,217
Essex County1,482
Franklin County2,359
Fulton County3,944
Genesee County4,987
Greene County3,061
Hamilton County296
Herkimer County4,848
Jefferson County5,377
Lewis County2,406
Livingston County3,916
Madison County4,224
Monroe County59,315
Montgomery County3,790
Nassau County174,279
Niagara County17,633
Oneida County21,173
Onondaga County35,353
Ontario County6,689
Orange County45,194
Orleans County2,691
Oswego County6,843
Otsego County3,094
Putnam County10,005
Rensselaer County10,439
Rockland County45,068
Saratoga County14,077
Schenectady County12,201
Schoharie County1,493
Schuyler County975
Seneca County1,838
St. Lawrence County6,100
Steuben County6,153
Suffolk County190,014
Sullivan County5,934
Tioga County3,297
Tompkins County3,997
Ulster County 12,712
Warren County3,307
Washington County2,792
Wayne County5,105
Westchester County123,838
Wyoming County3,194
Yates County1,091
New York State Total1,941,404
New York State Deaths41,139
New York City Deaths
(Note: NYC stopped reporting probable COVID deaths as of 11/9, which explains the decrease. For consistency's sake, the NYC deaths reported here are from the state's data.)
22,107

New Jersey

Bergen County96,164
Middlesex County87,582
Monmouth County71,353
Essex County89,823
Hudson County83,500
Burlington County41,771
Morris County47,243
Camden County50,927
Passaic County67,353
Mercer County32,041
Ocean County71,768
Somerset County28,088
Union County67,048
Hunterdon County 8,940
Warren County8,961
Sussex County12,600
Cape May County8,557
Gloucester County28,088
Cumberland County15,768
Atlantic County29,577
Salem County5,453
Cases With Unassigned County778
New Jersey State Total
(Note: The state moved to include probable cases from antigen, or rapid, tests starting on Jan. 4, causing a one-time spike in both statewide totals since March and individual counties)
953,490
New Jersey Deaths
(Note: The state moved to include probable deaths
in the total count starting on June 25, causing a spike)
24,870

Connecticut

Fairfield County92,953
Hartford County77,789
Litchfield County13,506
Middlesex County11,932
New Haven County83,116
New London County21,119
Tolland County8,909
Windham County10,137
Connecticut State Total (includes probable and confirmed cases)321,586
Connecticut Deaths7,944

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