Four New COVID-19 Deaths, 376 New Cases Reported In Chautauqua County

first_img523.4 COVID-19 Cases by Presence of Symptoms at Time of Interview 0.7% 0-390 14726- Conewango Valley0 Total Cases Zip Code 14781- Sherman3 0.3% 20 60-693 18.2% 34 17 914 14769- Portland2 303.2 543.5 164.0 NYS Fatality Rate: 4.06%US Fatality Rate: 1.7%Source: John Hopkins University COVID-19 Tracker 12/29/2020 55 189 14081- Irving0 14062- Forestville9 1316 3 21 149.6 0.7% 3.55% 2 0.49% 21 3 1.1% 12.8% 0.3% 14787- Westfield26 640 12.12% 14767- Panama1 506.4 14710- Ashville7 13.95% 6.57% Percent 10 14712- Bemus Point15 0.3% 657.1 28 3.4% 551.5 Total Deaths 473.4 296.2 14782- Sinclairville10 14 14723- Cherry Creek4 2 39 461.4 13 624.6 14750- Lakewood13 0.40% 22 3.2% Active Cases 14722- Chautauqua0 14775- Ripley3 Age 20 24.34% 740.7 139.8 197.6 14724- Clymer2 494.3 55 14736- Findley Lake1 0 12.51% MAYVILLE – Four new COVID-19 deaths and 376 new cases of the virus were reported in Chautauqua County from over the past weekend.The county Health Department’s COVID-19 Dashboard reported the update on Monday.According to the new data, the deaths involved a 70-year-old, two 80-year-olds and a 90-year-old.There have been 44 deaths connected to the virus since the pandemic began in the county. The number of those hospitalized rose to 42, from 40 last week. The seven-day average percent positivity rate is also up, from 11.2 percent to 13.4 percent.To date there have been 5,010 cases of COVID-19 with 4,251 people recovering.More from Monday’s update is posted below:COVID-19 Cases by ZIP Code of Residence 150.9 34 0.3% 14728- Dewittville0 Number 288.5 161 50-59742 No897 692.3 191.5 1.9% New Cases 98 0 2.3% Percent of Total Cases 715 12.12% 22 14757- Mayville5 169 40 14716- Brocton13 4 Number 90+4 0.4% 57 Fatality Rate 726.9 24 15 36 16 170 335.0 Symptoms 40-493 3.9% 370.7 Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) 612.0 3 60-69607 0.0% 3 0.8% 3 80-8919 14740- Gerry3 35 3.0% 0.8% 14701- Jamestown87 203 14048- Dunkirk95 1.5% 75 4 128 Percent 14733- Falconer10 14138- South Dayton1 14738- Frewsburg11 14718- Cassadaga1 2.0% 159 15 14784- Stockton2 196 0.7% 111 5 3.65% 26.3% Fatality Rate by Age Group 0.7% 14063- Fredonia35 Yes2789 14136- Silver Creek14 3.8% 5010 0.4% 0.0 0-19627 3.4% 2.6% 0 5 20-29901 17.98% 510.9 1121.5 40-49699 0.43% 80-89178 376 3 16 70-79329 70-7912 14 1.78% 90+89 1.1% 10.67% 100.0% COVID-19 Cases by Known Age 30-39676 19 0.88% Total 6 Symptoms Known3686 150 Age Group 14720- Celoron0 116 0.0 1.1% Active Case Rate (per 100,000 residents) 0 50-593 2.2% All Ages44 13.49% 677.5 0.00% 4.49% 211.8 79 538.3 0.0 14747- Kennedy3 93 75.66%last_img read more

Rosemary Rewards.

first_img Tiny blossoms, from bright blue to lavender-pink to white, attract hummingbirds and bees. The oily seeds appeal to other birds. Cultivated to 18 inches high, it’s beautiful in planter boxes on decks or kitchen windows. A creeping variety can also be trailed from hanging baskets or cascaded over walls. Decorative in Landscape It’s fun just to brush against rosemary in the garden. When you pick up its fragrance on your clothes and skin, you’ll reminisce about the good foods associated with the herb. Rosemary is wonderful for cooking, especially with potatoes, chicken and lamb. You can use the stems for skewers, giving flavor to kebobs. The lustrous, dark-green, slender leaves and upright stems make Rosemary an attractive 4- to 5-foot-high hedge at the end of a stone wall. Great for Birds and Beescenter_img Perhaps the noblest of herbs, Rosmarinus (“dew of the sea”) officinalis is a decorative, hardy, evergreen shrub. Photo: Wayne McLaurin This versatile herb is also used in medicines, cosmetics and perfumes. But it’s more than useful. It’s one of the multi-use herbs that can add interest in your landscape, too. Rosemary is essentially carefree. It requires moderate to little water. It adapts to most soils and is usually pest-free. It just needs well-drained soils and light fertilization. Rosemary loves full sun and rarely freezes in most of Georgia.last_img read more

Miami Heat’s Chris Bosh says no one would call him gay if he was a thug

first_imgChris Bosh (Ap Photo/File)Miami Heat center Chris Bosh claims that people would not question his sexuality if he was more a gutter hood rat than a clean cut b-baller that he is now.“That’s the venom. For a while, they were questioning my sexuality. They still do. They were questioning my sexuality, questioning my game. And I’m like, ‘Why are they all messing with me?’ I didn’t do anything to anybody. I didn’t do nothing. I just came here to play basketball. And they’re like, ‘Oh, he’s not a real superstar.’ I never cared about being a superstar.”Bosh says people wouldn’t question his sexuality if he acting like a macho thug:“What am I supposed to do? You want me to have cornrows and tats on my neck and just punch somebody in the face when they score on me? It’s crazy. It’s impossible. I can’t do that and play. That’s never been who I am.”What do you think about how Bosh has chosen to defend himself against charges of homosexuality?last_img read more