After about a week, Orange County updated its map which shows what town each COVID-19 case originated from.

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Last week, Ulster County released a dashboard and map that shows how many confirmed cases are in each town. Orange County followed by sharing a map of originating cases by town in Orange County, as did Putnam County.  On Tuesday, Dutchess County also released a map.

Most of the other counties have been updating the information each day, but Orange County has not. On Friday, the county updated its COVID-19 map.

The cases by town as of Friday, April 3 are as follows:

Blooming Grove - 72
Chester - 86
Cornwall - 31
Crawford - 16
Deerpark - 15
Goshen - 82
Greenville - 19
Hamptonburgh - 25
Highlands - 19
Middletown - 166
Minisink - 14
Monroe - 137
Montgomery - 41
Mount Hope - 21
New Windsor - 180
City of Newburgh - 197
Town of Newburgh - 106
Palm Tree - 352
Port Jervis - 10
Tuxedo - 110
Wallkill - 171
Warwick - 139
Wawayanda - 24
Woodbury - 76

The map reflects 2,084 positive cases. On Friday, Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus announced over 400 new cases, bringing the county total 2,470.

The numbers above are as of Thursday, Neuhaus noted.

He also announced 10 more residents died from COVID-19, bringing the county total to 40.

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