Lewis County Provides New Tool Mapping COVID-19 Cases by Town

November 13, 2020   08:15 p.m. Updated: November 14, 2020 10:15 a.m  By: Nick Altmire
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Town
Active Cases
Total Cases
Recovered
Croghan
7
45
38
Denmark
18
36
18
Diana
4
12
8
Greig
1
5
4
Harrisburg
2
4
2
Leyden
0
4
4
Lewis
2
8
6
Lowville
11
40
29
Lyonsdale
1
10
9
Martinsburg
0
4
4
Montague
0
2
2
New Bremen
6
29
23
Osceola
0
0
0
Pinckney
0
1
1
Turin
3
6
3
Watson
3
11
8
West Turin
0
3
3
    Lowville, NY- Lewis County unveiled a new mapping tool during a news
    conference this afternoon, that tracks COVID-19 infections by town.

    The data is expected to be updated daily, according to officials.

    After months of denied requests for a data breakdown by township, this is the
    first time community members can see the number of active and overall COVID-
    19 cases in their town.

    During today's press conference Lewis County Manager Ryan Piche stressed
    that the map can be misleading. Even if a town is showing a low active case
    count, it is still important to wear a mask, maintain social distance, and follow all
    guidelines in place to help slow the spread of COVID-19, Mr. Piche said.

    The initial data released today includes the first 220 confirmed COVID-19 cases
    in the county as follows: