ALBANY — Two more county residents died from Friday to Saturday — a man and a woman in their 60s — bringing the total to 46.
All but one of the 46 were over 60 years old and all but one had underlying health issues.
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As of Saturday, there are 1,185 positive cases, up 34 from Friday with 1,057 under mandatory quarantine, down 94, and 11 under precautionary quarantine, down three.
There are 2,386 who completed a form of quarantine with 591 who tested positive and recovered.
There are 34 people hospitalized for an overall hospitalization rate of 2.8 percent.
Albany County has, by far, tested more than any other county in the Capital District and as such has a higher number of cases.
At Shaker Place, there are 48 residents who have tested positive as well as 24 employees. Nine of the employees have recovered and returned to work.