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There has been a minor uptick in newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in Orange County as three municipalities now have had more than 1,000 cases since the pandemic began.

The New York Department of Health is reporting that there have been 35 new COVID-19 cases in Orange County, bringing the total to 11,711 positive results out of 145,498 tests that have been administered.

There are currently eight COVID-19 patients hospitalized with the virus, with an additional 16 in Orange County hospitals and being investigated for possible COVID-19 cases. Since March, 497 in Orange County have died from COVID-19.

A breakdown of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Orange County:

  • City of Newburgh: 1,645;
  • City of Middletown: 1,221;
  • Wallkill: 1,000;
  • New Windsor: 935;
  • Palm Tree: 908;
  • Newburgh: 803;
  • Montgomery: 681;
  • Warwick: 611;
  • Monroe: 594;
  • Goshen: 515;
  • Chester: 375;
  • Blooming Grove: 361;
  • Woodbury: 320;
  • Highlands: 251;
  • Wawayanda: 235;
  • Mount Hope: 208;
  • Cornwall: 167;
  • Hamptonburgh: 160;
  • City of Port Jervis: 147;
  • Crawford: 95;
  • Deerpark: 90;
  • Minisink: 88;
  • Greenville: 82;
  • Tuxedo: 73.

Statewide, 9,530,416 New Yorkers have been tested for COVID-19 as of Wednesday, Sept. 16, resulting in 446,366 cases. There have been 25,410 virus-related deaths in New York.

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Storm Knocks Out Power To Thousands In Hudson Valley

Thousands in the Hudson Valley lost power overnight as utility crews worked to restore hundreds of reported outages due to storms that brought whipping winds to the area.

At the peak of the storm, nearly 10,000 Hudson Valley residents were left in the dark as crews worked overnight to make repairs and turn the lights back on.

As of 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 30, Con Edison was still reporting 89 outages, which were impacting 1,282 of its 3,535,450 New York customers, while NYSEG had 1,272 customers without power in Westchester.

NYSEG was also reporting outages in:

  • Dutchess: 227 customers;
  • Putnam: 134;
  • Sullivan: 82;
  • Ulster: 51.

Additionally, Central Hudson was reporting 29 active outages, impacting 555 customers in several Hudson Valley counties:

  • Dutchess: 385 customers impacted;
  • Ulster: 93;
  • Orange: 51;
  • Sullivan: 19;
  • Putnam: 2.

According to Orange & Rockland, there were still 15 outages, which were impacting 133 of its 302,895 customers, 19 in Rockland County, 11 in Orange County, and one in Sullivan County.

Complete power restoration by all utility companies in the Hudson Valley is expected by the end of the day.

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