Broome County’s death toll from the coronavirus pandemic is up to 110 following the report on Friday, November 13.

Broome County now has 4,144 positive cases since the start of the pandemic.

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Chenango county added three cases and one death in its November 13 update.  Ten residents of Chenango County have died of COVID-19 while there have been 480 confirmed cases.

Cortland County, which has had a growing list of sites announced where people may have been exposed to the virus over recent days, reported 1,088 cases on November 15, up 18 from November 14 while there has been only one fatality reported by the County.

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Delaware County reports 273 cases and nine deaths while, on November 14, Tioga County reported 948 cases, an increase of 13 from the November 13 report. There have been 46 deaths attributed to the pandemic in Tioga County.

New York State November 15 reported an additional 30 deaths for a total of 26,133. There were 3,649 new case with the state-wide number of infections put at 560,200 since the start of the pandemic in March.

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