ONEIDA COUNTY COVID-19 UPDATE 12-6-21

Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. said, “Oneida County has confirmed with the New York State Health Department that we have two cases of COVID-19 that have tested positive for the Omicron variant. We are conducting a full investigation.”

Here are the Oneida County COVID-19 case numbers as of midnight on Dec. 5.

  • 473* new positive cases, 34,583 total. *(includes 12/3-12/5)
    • 12/3: 232
    • 12/4: 126
    • 12/5: 115
  • 1,635 active positive cases.
  • 65% of reported positive cases from 11/10 to 11/16 were unvaccinated.
  • 68% of reported positive cases since July 1, 2021 were unvaccinated.
  • 6.7% positivity rate.
  • Total infection by age (percentages rounded):
    • 2% are 0-4 years-old
    • 5% are 5-11 years-old
    • 6% are 12-17 years-old
    • 43% are 18-44 years-old
    • 28% are 45-64 years-old
    • 9% are 65-74 years-old
    • 8% are 75+ years-old
    • Current average age: 38 years-old
  • Total infection by gender (percentages rounded):
    • 51% female
    • 49% male
  • 8* new COVID-19-related deaths, 554 total. *(includes 12/3-12/5)
    • 12/3: 4
    • 12/4: 3
    • 12/5: 1
  • Vaccination rate of COVID-related deaths
    • 2021
      • 289 unvaccinated/37 vaccinated
    • 2020
      • 228 unvaccinated/vaccinated N/A
    • Total unvaccinated COVID-related deaths by age
      • 1 was 0-12 years-old
      • 0 were 13-19 years old
      • 6 were 20-29 years-old
      • 4 were 30-39 years-old
      • 18 were 40-49 years-old
      • 27 were 50-59 years-old
      • 103 were 60-69 years-old
      • 156 were 70-79 years-old
      • 202 were 80+ years-old
    • Total vaccinated COVID-related deaths
      • 0 were 0-12 years-old
      • 0 were 13-19 years-old
      • 0 were 20-29 years-old
      • 0 were 30-39 years-old
      • 1 were 40-49 years-old
      • 2 were 50-59 years-old
      • 3 were 60-69 years-old
      • 11 were 70-79 years-old
      • 20 were 80+ years-old
    • 31% of total COVID-related deaths have been from long-term care facilities.
  • 3,125 are in mandatory isolation & quarantine.
  • 78 Oneida County residents are hospitalized.
    • 49 unvaccinated/29 vaccinated
    • 55 at MVHS.
    • 17 at Rome Health.
    • 6 out of county.
      • 19 of total hospitalized are in ICU.
        • 13 unvaccinated/6 vaccinated
      • 10 of total hospitalized are on ventilators.
        • 8 unvaccinated/2 vaccinated
      • 10 of total hospitalized are from long-term care facilities.
        • 3 unvaccinated/7 vaccinated
    • Hospitalization vaccination status by age:
      • 20-29 years-old: 1 unvaccinated/0 vaccinated
      • 30-39 years-old: 3 unvaccinated/0 vaccinated
      • 40-49 years-old: 3 unvaccinated/1 vaccinated
      • 50-59 years-old: 3 unvaccinated/3 vaccinated
      • 60-69 years-old: 20 unvaccinated/2 vaccinated
      • 70-79 years-old: 14 unvaccinated/11 vaccinated
      • 80-89 years-old: 5 unvaccinated/11 vaccinated
      • 90-99 years-old: 0 unvaccinated/1 vaccinated
    • 63% of county residents currently hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated.
    • The average age of a current unvaccinated COVID patient is 65 years-old.
    • The average age of a current vaccinated COVID patient is 75 years-old.
    • 79% of current vaccinated COVID patients are 6 months past their completed vaccination series.
  • 72% of Oneida County residents ages 12 and over have their first dose of vaccine.
  • 66% of Oneida County residents ages 12 and over are fully vaccinated.
  • 12% of Oneida County residents ages 5-11 have their first dose.

Updated Oneida County COVID-19 Dashboard: https://hoccpp.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/d88f4e10d59d4553b24c3add5abcbb0b.