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Monroe County reports record 515 cases of COVID-19 on Saturday – Democrat & Chronicle

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From staff reports
 |  Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Here are the developments from Saturday, Nov. 28, on the coronavirus pandemic in Monroe County, and the Rochester orange zone.

515 new cases reported Saturday

Monroe County announced 515 new COVID cases Saturday, an increase of 239 from the 276 new confirmed cases reported on Friday.

The seven-day rolling average of new cases has increased from 324 new cases per day to 354 new cases per day.

The seven-day rolling average positivity rate for Monroe County is 4.88%.

The total number of COVID-19 cases to date is 14,175. There are 2,582 active cases. 

For additional data consult the Monroe County dashboard at dashboard.monroecounty.gov.

New cases

Here are the 515 new cases broken down by age and gender:

  • 12 females under 10 years old
  • 12 males under 10
  • 27 females between 10 and 19
  • 34 males between 10 and 19
  • 1 non-binary between 10 and 19
  • 48 females in their 20s
  • 35 males in their 20s
  • 35 females in their 30s
  • 44 males in their 30s
  • 44 females in their 40s
  • 35 males in their 40s
  • 33 females in their 50s
  • 37 males in their 50s
  • 39 females in their 60s
  • 20 males in their 60s
  • 15 females in their 70s
  • 13 males in their 70s
  • 9 females in their 80s
  • 7 males in their 80s
  • 10 females in their 90s
  • 4 males in their 90s
  • 1 unreported gender in their 90s


There were zero new deaths. The total ie.

Released from isolation

There have been 11,276 COVID-positive cases released from isolation to date.

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