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

From the Vault: Brian Lara makes history with 226 in Adelaide

first_imgBy Martin SmithTHE build-up to the West Indies tour of Australia in late 2005 was a microcosm of both Brian Lara’s career and his team’s fortunes in the first part of this century.The legendary left-hander, still one of the best batsmen in the world despite reflexes that had been dulled slightly by his 36 years, had blasted four centuries in five Tests against South Africa and Pakistan earlier in the year.But his team came into the series having won just five of their previous 30 Test matches and faced the prospect of taking on a mighty Australian side that, while wounded and slightly diminished by their famous Ashes defeat in England, had not lost a Test series at home in 13 years.The first two Tests of the series went to script, with Australia winning by 379 runs in Brisbane and nine wickets in Hobart, while Lara contributed 102 runs across four innings and was twice the victim of a poor umpiring decision.Heading into the third Test, Allan Border’s long-standing Test run-scoring record was still some 213 runs away and seemingly out of Lara’s reach, for this series at least.As per usual, he had copped more than his share of criticism for the result of the first two Tests and was under pressure due to a perceived weakness against fast, short-pitched bowling.It was no surprise, then, that Lara began nervously when he walked onto the Adelaide Oval with his side 16-2 on the first morning of the third Test, a rampaging Brett Lee at the top of his mark and the small matter of McGrath, Warne and MacGill waiting for their chance.But when he emerged from the 40-minute lunch break unbeaten on 27, the nerves that had underlined the opening session had gone. It was as if he’d turned the clock back some five or ten years.He welcomed Warne into the attack with two boundaries from two almost identical deliveries, one cracked past point and one swept viciously in the complete opposite direction.He marked McGrath’s return by standing tall and crashing a good length delivery through the covers and then brought up his half-century, which Tony Greig ominously observed in commentary was “only the beginning”.Lara’s first fifty may have taken 92 deliveries, but his subsequent 50-run milestones took just 52, 56 and 61 balls respectively as he pummelled the advertising boards all around the famous old ground.Sixteen of his 22 fours were hit to the short square boundaries, eight on the off-side and eight on the leg.The genius of his innings was marked by the reaction of his opponents and the 20 000 strong crowd on that first day. Warne warmly shook Lara’s hand when he brought up his hundred, while his double-century was met with a standing ovation so prolonged that Lara was forced to wait before taking strike again.He finished the day unbeaten on 201 out of a total of 352-7, just 12 runs shy of Border’s record.The manner in which he captured the Australian’s mark the next morning, which had stood for 11 years, was a measure of the West Indian’s ability to thrill and surprise in equal measure. He moved right across his crease and paddled McGrath down to fine-leg, exposing his leg and middle stumps with such risk that didn’t seem to be justified by the result of a single run.But it mattered little as Lara punched the air and again received the hearty congratulations of the Adelaide crowd and all 11 Australian players.Lara’s total of 226 out of 405 wasn’t nearly enough for the Windies in the end, with Mike Hussey, Justin Langer, Matthew Hayden and Warne steering the Aussies to a seven-wicket winBut there was little doubt which player produced the standout performance of the match, and the manner in which Langer spoke underlined the esteem with which the West Indian was held by his peers.“I love watching Lara bat, he’s the king,” Langer said.“I just wish I could bat like that. If I was Lara I would have danced down the pitch and whacked it over the top (when on 99). But that’s why I’m Langer and he’s Lara.”And there will only ever be one Brian Lara. (Cricket.com.au)last_img read more