COVID-19 Data and Resources

Hospital Bed Data Source 

We are saddened to report the loss of two Genesee County and one Orleans County community residents.  We do not provide any further information to protect the privacy of the individuals and their families.  Our deepest condolences are extended to the family and friends of these individuals.

Due to the limited reporting directly to the local health departments, we will not be reporting any further information.  For more information about NYS COVID-19 fatalities, you can visit COVID-19 Fatality Data Source

Notable COVID-19 Update for GO Health:

CDC metrics related to Community Level data will now replace the previously referenced CDC transmission level metrics in GO Health data weekly reports. The Community Level metric evaluates not only 7 day new cases per 100,000 but now also considers new hospital admissions per 100,000 and the percent of staffed inpatient beds occupied by COVID-19 patients. For more information related to this new CDC metric, and CDC recommended COVID-19 prevention measures at each level go to:

For population data source, click here.  

Notable COVID-19 Update for Genesee County:

CDC’s COVID-19 Community Level as of 09/29/2022 for Genesee County: Medium (for additional details see:

For population data source, click here

Notable COVID-19 Update for Orleans County:

CDC’s COVID-19 Community Level as of 09/29/2022 for Orleans County: Medium (for additional details see:

Click here to view the Genesee and Orleans County online map of confirmed cases.

A reminder the numbers listed as positive/active are current community cases. The recovered numbers are only for community cases and do not include non-county regulated facilities. The total positive cases includes community active/positive, community recovered and all those from non-county regulated facilities.

For the most recent NYS guidance, click here

For the most recent CDC guidance, click here.

To review the raw positive data for each of the counties click here.

The New York State Department of Health  (NYSDOH) updates the fatality data as they receive it.  This data includes demographics of those who have passed and is updated regularly.  There may be discrepancies with the count as the State compiles the data from death certificates and coroners reports. 

For the most updated fatality data provided by NYS COVID-19 Tracker, click here.

Monitoring the prevalence of COVID-19 variants – click here.

Current estimates of cases and hospitalizations by vaccine status and vaccine effectiveness – click here.

Excelsior Pass provides a free, fast and secure way to present digital proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test results. Participation in Excelsior Pass is voluntary. New Yorkers can always show alternate proof of vaccination or testing, like another mobile application or paper form, directly at a business or venue.

To learn more, click here.

If you have issues with connecting to the Excelsior Pass, try using the name you used to register for your vaccination appointment or the name on your driver’s license/non-driver ID.  If still having issues, your information may have issues.  Check with the provider who provided your vaccine or reach out to [email protected]

For updated guidance visit NY Forward:

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