UTICA, N.Y. – The number of coronavirus cases in Oneida County jumped 16 on Tuesday to 121 in total.
Of that number, Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente says 19 patients have recovered.
There are 19 people hospitalized in the county with the virus, and two being treated outside of the county.
There have been 752 negative test results, with 226 still pending, out of the 1,099 tests conducted throughout the county.
There are now 347 people in mandatory quarantine, and 425 people in precautionary quarantine.
A total of 878 people have been released from quarantine, although health officials still recommend staying home as often as possible.
Two people have also died due to the virus in Oneida County.
Picente announced Monday that the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office would now be enforcing state mandates and social distancing guidelines. To report a violation, call Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers tip hotline at: 1-866-730-8477 or visit: www.mohawkvalleycrimestoppers.com.