ALBANY — There are a dozen new cases of COVID-19 in the county bringing the total to 2,322.
As of Wednesday, there are 580 under mandatory quarantine with 2,285 who have tested positive and recovered. Two people are hospitalized for a rate of .08 percent and there is one person in the ICU, said County Executive Dan McCoy during a press briefing.
Of the new cases, two are health care workers, six had close contact with a positive case and there are four with no clear source of infection as of now.
Of the more than 78,000 tests given for COVID, as of Tuesday .9 percent were positive. There have been 128 fatalities in Albany County.