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Nov 22: Latest live updates on coronavirus cases in Westchester, Putnam




The number of coronavirus cases increased by 405 on Saturday, and another person died from COVID-19 in Westchester County, state records show.

The county’s total number of cases has now reached 46,469 since the start of the pandemic, with 1,499 COVID-19 deaths, according to the state tracker. Westchester now has 4,515 active coronavirus cases.

In total, more than 1 million people have been tested for coronavirus in Westchester, with 9,588 individuals assessed on Saturday, according to data from the state. The county’s positivity rate rose to 4.6 percent, with a seven-day moving average of 4.22 percent.

According to County Executive George Latimer, there were 135 hospital admissions on Thursday.

Just a day after Putnam County registered two additional cases, a sharp drop after weeks of confirmed cases registered in double digits, the number of areas soared with 48 new positive cases reported on Saturday.

The county’s total caseload has reached 2,356 as of mid-March.

The county’s positivity rate is currently 3.1 percent, with a seven-day moving average of 5.11 percent. According to state data, the county has had 419 active cases as of Saturday.

There are 64 cases related to the coronavirus in Putnam. No new deaths were reported on Saturday.

Statewide, there were 5,973 new positive cases, with the positivity rate increasing to 2.87 percent. That state registered 34 additional COVID-19 deaths on Saturday, bringing the death toll to 26,326.

According to state data, the total number of hospital admissions is 2,443, an increase of 95 from the previous day.

Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in Westchester and Putnam counties on Nov. 22

The Westchester Table Tennis Center in Pleasantville has canceled all November tournaments due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Ossining Union Free School District Superintendent Ray Sanchez will be holding a Facebook Live event today at 5:00 PM to provide information and answer questions as the district navigates how it will operate under the yellow zone designation.

Portions of Ossining, Peekskill, Tarrytown, New Rochelle and Yonkers were labeled yellow zones on Thursday. The designation means additional restrictions have been placed on each entity to limit the spread of the coronavirus as Westchester follows a second wave.

New restrictions will limit indoor and outdoor mass gatherings to 25 people, with restaurants reducing the number of people per table for both indoor and outdoor dining to four. Houses of worship will now be limited to 50 percent capacity, and schools can remain open with mandatory weekly tests of 20 percent of students, teachers, and personal institution staff.

Companies can remain open without restrictions. However, if an area is expanded to an orange zone, non-essential businesses, such as gyms and personal care facilities, will be forced to close.

Port Chester remains in an orange warning zone.

School news and company closures


  • Peekskill City School District will be remote learning on Mondays and Tuesdays.
  • The Buchanan-Verplanck primary school will switch to distance learning on Monday.
  • Ossining Union Free School District is completely remote this week.
  • Lakeland High School will be completely isolated until December 4.
  • New Rochelle’s City School District will be completely virtual until December 3, with the exception of a cohort of special education students.
  • Byram Hills High School currently has 19 students in quarantine through November 30th.
  • Valhalla Middle School will operate on a full remote learning model through November 30. The Odin cohort will resume personal learning on December 2.
  • North Salem Central School District will reopen for personalized learning on November 30.
  • Westlake Middle School will reopen November 30 for hybrid, in-person instruction.


  • Mt. Kisco Seafood will remain closed until all employees have tested negative for COVID-19. The decision to quit comes after possible exposure to the virus.
  • Basilico Pizza in Mt. Kisco will close until further notice after staff members showed symptoms of COVID-19. The company reopens after everyone has received negative test results.
  • Peppino’s Restaurant in Katonah will close temporarily due to COVID-19 exposure and will reopen on Nov. 28.

Putnam County COVID-19 Health Advisories

Here are the latest health advisories from the Putnam County Department of Health. Those who have worked at or visited these companies on these dates and times are asked to monitor their symptoms after the public tested positive for COVID-19.

  • International Ministry Camp Jehovah at 407 Route 6 in Mahopac on November 15 from 7:30 am to 12:00 pm. The advice expires on November 30.
  • Mahopac Golf & Beach Club at 601 North Lake Boulevard from Nov. 12 to Nov. 14 from 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Advisory will be lifted on Nov. 29.
  • ShopRite supermarket at 184 Route 52 in Carmel was unveiled on November 12 from 11am to 5pm. The advice expires on November 27.
  • World Gym Brewster at 1620, Route 22 was unveiled in Brewster on November 7 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and November 8 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The advice expires on Monday.

Westchester Active Coronavirus Cases by Municipality

Here are the active cases by town in Westchester as of Friday. With a delay between the total number of cases confirmed by the state and the number of cases per city, the total number of municipal cases may differ slightly from what the countys active cases reflect.

  • Ardsley 8
  • Bedford 73
  • Briarcliff Manor 24
  • Bronxville 15
  • Buchanan 7
  • Cortlandt 93
  • Croton-on-Hudson 24
  • Ferry Dobbs 43
  • Eastchester 73
  • Elmsford 19
  • Greenburgh 114
  • Harrison 110
  • Hastings-on-Hudson 21
  • Irvington 12
  • Larchmont 16
  • Lewisboro 41
  • Mamaroneck Town 31
  • Village of Mamaroneck 72
  • Put on Kisco 76
  • Mount Pleasant 69
  • Mount Vernon 224
  • New Castle 51
  • New Rochelle 387
  • Northern Castle 44
  • North Salem 24
  • Ossining Town 20
  • Ossining Village 178
  • Peekskill 165
  • Pelham 14
  • Pelham Manor 13
  • Pleasantville 28
  • Port Chester 244
  • Pond Ridge 9
  • Rye Brook 47
  • Rye City 51
  • Scarsdale 31
  • Sleepy Den 87
  • Somers 68
  • Tarrytown 32
  • Tuckahoe 17
  • White Plains 191
  • Yonkers 607
  • Lord’s Day 168

If your business or school district may have been exposed to COVID-19, please email [email protected] to be added to our daily COVID-19 list.


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