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Several treatments for COVID-19 are now available to those at higher risk for progression to severe disease, but not currently sick enough to require hospital care. These medications are free, but require a prescription from a healthcare provider. If you test positive for COVID-19 and are at high risk for severe illness, ask your healthcare provider if you are eligible to receive medication to treat COVID-19. If you do not have a healthcare provider, you can call 311 and ask to be connected to a communicable disease nurse who can assist you in finding care. Healthcare providers can also ask to speak with a communicable disease nurse to learn more about COVID-19 treatment options. If you are a healthcare provider, click here for more information

Those at risk for severe illness are more likely to be hospitalized, require intensive care, and may die due to COVID-19. Risk factors for severe COVID-19 infection include age over 65 and/or certain medical conditions. Find out more here.

COVID-19 Case Tracker

COVID-19 Related Letters

Report At-Home COVID-19 Positive Test Result

Harvard Health Publishing has created and translated accessible COVID-19 information into 37 different languages to help all patients, especially immigrants and non-English speaking communities, stay informed and healthy. These materials are freely available to the general public without any copyright restrictions.
The website can be found here: www.covid19healthliteracyproject.com

English fact sheets can be found here: covid19healthliteracyproject.com


COVID-19 Accessible Resources:
https://cidi.gatech.edu/covid

COVID-19 News

COVID-19 CASE UPDATE - April 7, 2022

Suffolk County reported the following information related to COVID-19 on April 7, 2022. Last updated April 6, 2022

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

  • 1,215,654 people have received at least one vaccine dose, an increase of 132.
  • 1,104,840 people are fully vaccinated, an increase of 271.
  • 75.4% percent of the total population is fully vaccinated.
  • 79.7% of the population ages 5 and older is fully vaccinated.
  • 95.0% of the population ages 18 and older has received at least one dose. (The percent of the population coverage metrics are capped at 95%.)
  • 86.4% of the population ages 18 and older is fully vaccinated.
  • 49.2% of the population ages 18 and older have had a booster dose.
  • Demographics can be found on the NYSDOH vaccine tracker.
  • Vaccination rates by zip code.
  • Walk-in vaccination clinics are offering COVID vaccines to Suffolk County residents who are eligible. Appointments are recommended. Medical practitioners and EMS are on-site at all times to answer questions and tend to concerns. Click here for locations and times and parental consent forms. Answers to your vaccine questions can be found on this page, as well.
  • If you are confined to your home and wish to receive your COVID-19 vaccination, call 311. We will take your name and you will be called to schedule your free vaccination at home.

COVID-19 Case Tracker- April 6, 2022

  • 9,066 COVID-19 tests were administered.
  • 7,330,089 total tests have been administered since March 2020.
  • 328 new cases were reported.
  • 22.1 cases per 100k; 12.9 on a 7-day average.
  • 427,155 total cases have been reported since March 2020.
  • 2.8% tested positive in Suffolk County; 2.9% positive on a 7-day average.
  • 3.7% tested positive on Long Island; 3.5% positive on a 7-day average.
  • COVID-19 LOCAL CASE TRACKER https://gisapps.suffolkcountyny.gov/covid19dashboards/

Fatalities, Suffolk County, April 6, 2022

  • 0 fatalities
  • 4,367 fatalities since March 2020

Daily Hospitalization Summary, Suffolk County, April 6, 2022

  • 58 individuals were hospitalized, an increase of 5, in 24 hours.
  • 9 were new admissions.
  • 5 patients were in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), no change, in 24 hours.
  • 3 patients were in the ICU and intubated.
  • 11 were discharged since the last report.
  • 23,667 have been discharged since March 22, 2020.

Hospital Capacity, Suffolk County

  • 2,765 staffed hospital beds; 840 available, 30%
  • 374 ICU beds, 142 available, 38%

New York State Links

NYSDOH Pediatric Reports

CDC COVID Data Tracker

Rates of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 hospitalizations by vaccination status

Monoclonal Antibody Therapeutics Treatment Locations

COVID-19 Local Guidance

Report unsafe business practices, here.

 

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