The Daily Star's four-county region of Chenango, Delaware, Otsego and Schoharie counties has had 136 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

Chenango County

Total cases: 51

Hospitalizations: 7

Recoveries: 7

Precautionary quarantines: 67; mandatory quarantines: 327

Total tests: 254

Delaware County

Total cases: 37; Active Cases: 29 — 22 recovering at home, 7 hospitalized;  Deaths: 1; Recovered: 7

Number tested: 276; pending: 23; Negative: 211

Mandatory quarantine: 42; precautionary quarantine: 6

Otsego County

Total cases: 33; Active cases: 23; Hospitalized: 4; Deaths: 1; Recovered: 9

Negative tests: 226

Mandatory quarantine: 113; Precautionary quarantine: 2; released from quarantine: 43

Schoharie County

Total cases: 15;

Quarantined: 42; Released from quarantine: 69

(Source: New York State Department of Health county-by-county breakdown of positive cases, and local health departments as of 10:30 a.m. April 8)

Coronavirus Case Count

Worldwide

Cases Confirmed: 1,447,466; Deaths: 83,471; Recovered: 308,215

United States

Cases confirmed: 399,929; Deaths: 12,911; Recovered: 22,539

New York

Cases confirmed: 140,386; Deaths: 5,489; Recovered: No information available.

(Source: John Hopkins University Tracking COVID 19 Dashboard (10:30 a.m. April 8.)

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For updates from the state, visit the state DOH website here.

For more information about the disease, visit the CDC website here

A resource list for Oneonta area residents has been created by a Facebook group. See what is available here: To volunteer or ask for help, visit here.

For resources regarding COVID-19, local online shopping, information on business assistance and more, visit www.supportotsego.com 

Below is a collection of our stories and information about the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.

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