New COVID-19 cases top 1% in NY for first time in 38 days

New COVID-19 infections in the state hit 1% for the first time in 38 days.
Of the more than 73,000 people tested, 766 came back positive, breaking the nearly six week streak.
Here in the Hudson Valley, 9,000 people were tested, and 113 of those tests came back positive.
Here is the breakdown of new cases by county:
  • 36 in Rockland
  • 30 in Westchester
  • 24 in Orange
  • 12 in Dutchess
  • 6 in Ulster
  • 3 in Putnam
  • 2 in Sullivan
Also, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) announced that California, Hawaii, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, and Ohio have been removed from the travel advisory. Puerto Rico is back on the list.