The Daily Star's four-county region of Chenango, Delaware, Otsego and Schoharie counties has had 303 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of 7:45 a.m. May 27.

Chenango County

Total cases: 119

Deaths: 5

Active hospitalizations: 1

Recoveries: 87

Precautionary quarantines: 3; mandatory quarantines: 47

Total tests: 3.041

Delaware County

Total cases: 73; Active Cases: 13 — 8 recovering at home, 5 hospitalized;  Deaths: 4; Recovered: 56

Number tested: 1,953 on 1,656 people; pending: 18; Negative: 1,543

Mandatory quarantine: 24; precautionary quarantine: 3

Otsego County

Total cases: 64;  Hospitalized: 0; Deaths: 5; Recovered: 57

Negative tests: 2,148

Quarantined: 4;  released from quarantine: 279

Schoharie County

Total cases: 47; Isolation: 2; Deaths: 1; recovered: 44; Hospitalizations to date: 9

Quarantined: 11; Released from quarantine: 11

(Source: local health departments as of 7:45 a.m. May 27)

Coronavirus Case Count

Worldwide

Cases Confirmed: 5,614,458; Deaths: 350,958; recovered: 2,307,510

United States

Cases confirmed: 1,681,418; Deaths: 98,929; Recovered: 384,902;  Total tested: 14,907,041.

New York

Cases confirmed: 363,836; Deaths: 29,302; Recovered: 64,443; total tested: 1,774,128; total hospitalized: 77,637.

(Source: John Hopkins University Tracking COVID 19 Dashboard (8:30 a.m. May 27)

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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

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