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CATSKILL—COVID-19 claimed its 84th victim in Greene County on Tuesday, as a local woman with severe comorbidities passed away due to the coronavirus.

The unidentified 39-year old woman was unvaccinated at the time of her death, according to the Greene County Public Health Department. No further information was available about the victim at press time, Greene County Administrator Shaun Groden.

As of Nov. 24, 64 percent of adults in Greene County have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

There are 221 active positive cases of COVID-19 in the county, according to the Public Health Department, with 92 new positive cases recorded since Nov. 20.

A total of 350 county residents are under quarantine, with 20 people in the county hospitalized with COVID-related illnesses.

As of Nov. 23, the total percentage of cases in the county with positive results stands at 9.9 percent, with a seven-day rolling positive rate in Greene County of 4.6 percent.

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facts

what about the vacinated that have died?

stanley j. serwan

Sad that Daily Mail delete's honest fact's!

stanley j. serwan

Groden,Linger&Handel are clueless!

rvt

Instead of being THANKFUL on this Thanksgiving Day that we have a SAFE and EFFECTIVE vaccine we continue to hear of UNNECESSARY deaths and hospitalizations. Very sad indeed!

stanley j. serwan

Groden,Linger&Handel are clueless!

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