COVID-19 Daily Update: April 22, 2020, New Death Reported
Written by Dan Fischer on April 22, 2020
April 22, 2020
· As of 2:00 p.m.
o Genesee County received 10 new positive cases of COVID-19 for a total of 140 positive cases
§ Five positive cases reside in Batavia, two reside in Darien, one resides in Alabama, one resides in Pavilion, and one resides in Pembroke.
§ One individual is less than 20 years of age, two individuals are in their 30’s, six individuals are in their 40’s, and one individual is in their 50’s.
§ 1 of the positive individuals was on quarantine prior to becoming symptomatic.
§ 2 of the previous positive cases have recovered and have been released from mandatory isolation.
§ 2 of the total active positive cases are hospitalized.
· Genesee County has received word of one new death notification related to COVID-19. The individual was hospitalized and under the age of 65. Our condolences to the family and friends of this individual during this difficult time.
o Orleans County received 4 new positive cases of COVID-19 for a total of 62 positive cases
§ Four positive cases reside in Albion.
§ One individual is in their 20’s, one individual is in their 40’s, one individual is in their 60’s and one individual is in their 80’s.
§ 1 of the newly positive individuals was on quarantine prior to becoming symptomatic.
§ 4 of the previous positive cases has recovered and has been released from mandatory isolation.
§ 5 of the total active positive cases are hospitalized.
Click here to view the Genesee and Orleans County online map of confirmed cases
Non-county Public Regulated Facilities
· In an effort to provide additional information on state and federally regulated facilities in both Genesee and Orleans Counties, the health department will be adding some additional layers to our mapping tool later this week that will break out community versus (non-county regulated) public facility spread cases. In addition, we will be adding a chart to our websites and daily briefings that will detail the number of cases and deaths in the regulated facilities in our counties.