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More than 3.47 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.
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Here are the latest number of cases, last updated at 8:02 p.m. on July 6, according to the governors of the respective states:
Tri-State Area Total: 3,474,047
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 City||941,457|
|St. Lawrence County||6,672|
|New York State Total||2,099,931|
|New York State Deaths||42,993|
|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.)
|Cape May County||9,307|
|Cases With Unassigned County||825|
|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)
|New Jersey Deaths|
(Note: The state moved to include probable deaths
in the total count starting on June 25, causing a spike)
|New Haven County||92,500|
|New London County||22,599|
|Connecticut State Total (includes probable and confirmed cases)||349,651|