We looked at the numbers and figured out the New York counties with the most and least COVID cases and deaths.

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Since January 2020, 44.7 million people in the U.S. have been infected with COVID while nearly 720,000 have died, according to Johns Hopkins University.

Using data from Johns Hopkins University, CNN posted a map with COVID data for almost every county in the nation.

Hudson Valley Post analyzed the data and recorded the number of COVID cases and deaths from each New York County.

All-Time COVID Cases Per County in New York

Note: Richmond County (Staten Island), Bronx County and New York City were not listed

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Hudson Valley Towns Honored

Albany County

30,119 cases
380 Deaths

Allegany County

4,436 cases
95 Deaths

Broome County

23,669 cases
399 Deaths

Cattaraugus County

7,375 cases
180 Deaths

Cayuga County

8,454 cases
62 Deaths

Chautauqua County

12,126 cases
168 Deaths

Chemung County

10,437 cases
151 Deaths

Chenango County

4,543 cases
86 Deaths

Clinton County

6,507 cases
38 Deaths

Columbia County

4,920 cases
111 Deaths

Cortland County

5,199 cases
76 Deaths

Delaware County

44 Deaths

Dutchess County
35,177 cases
496 Deaths

Erie County
104,339 cases
1,930 Deaths

Essex County
2,178 cases
31 Deaths

Franklin County
4,081 cases
20 Deaths

Fulton County
6,113 cases
101 Deaths

Genesee County
6,764 cases
132 Deaths

Greene County
4,280 cases
85 Deaths

Hamilton County
429 cases
3 Deaths

Herkimer County
6,542 cases
122 Deaths

Jefferson County
8,438 cases
74 Deaths

Kings County (Brooklyn)
330,117 cases
10,832 Deaths

Lewis County
33,487 cases
38 Deaths

Livingston County
5,573 cases
69 Deaths

Madison County
5,957 cases
101 Deaths

Monroe County
82,480 cases
1,178 Deaths

Montgomery County
5,721 cases
136 Deaths

Nassau County
212,560 cases
380 Deaths

Niagara County
23,501 cases
396 Deaths

Oneida County
27,923 cases
577 Deaths

Onondaga County
50,426 cases
749 Deaths

Ontario County
9,104 cases
108 Deaths

Orange County
56,697 cases
909 Deaths

Orleans County
4,185 cases
86 Deaths

Oswego County
11,104 cases
109 Deaths

Otsego County
4,448 cases
52 Deaths

Putnam County
12,326 cases
96 Deaths

Queens County
313,063 cases
10,268 Deaths

Rensselaer County
14,398 cases
165 Deaths

Rockland County
52,558 cases
777 Deaths

Saint Lawrence County
30,119 cases
380 Deaths

Saratoga County
19,728 cases
196 Deaths

Schenectady County
16,273 cases
224 Deaths

Schoharie County
2,237 cases
21 Deaths

Schuyler County
1,528 cases
16 Deaths

Seneca County
2,683 cases
62 Deaths

Steuben County
9,672 cases
172 Deaths

Suffolk County
236,630 cases
3,574 Deaths

Sullivan County
8,266 cases
83 Deaths

Tioga County

4,871 cases
70 Deaths

Tompkins County

6,353 cases
59 Deaths

Ulster County
17,043 cases
276 Deaths

Warren County
81 Deaths

Washington County
4,427 cases
65 Deaths

Wayne County
7,827 cases
83 Deaths

Westchester County
143,015 cases
2,338 Deaths

Wyoming County
4,276 cases
57 Deaths

Yates County
1,528 cases
26 Deaths

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