As parts of Rockaway have seen increases in Covid-19 cases, it’s important to keep track of how the neighborhood is doing with coronavirus. Robby Schwach of Councilman Eric Ulrich’s office has been hard at work, tracking down the details for each Rockaway zip code and sending weekly updates. For the interest of our readers, we will be sharing this info each week.
The latest info represents changes between the week of 11/09/2020-11/16/2020.
In 11691, while it is no longer considered a hotspot, positive cases increased by 57 from 3,207 to 3,264. There were no new deaths in this period, and the total remains at 379.
In 11692, cases went up by 8, from 758 to 764. There were no new deaths in this period and the total remains at 95 since October 12.
In 11693, cases rose by 10 from 395 to 405. There were no new deaths in this period and the total remains at 29 since early summer.
In 11694, there was an increase in cases by 28, from 861 to 889. There were no new deaths in this period and the total remains at 90 since August 17.
In 11697, cases rose by 10, from 130 to 140. There were no new deaths in this period and the total remains at five since September 14.
NYC has started to release statistics showing the seven-day rolling average of positive tests by zip code. As of November 17, 11691 is 4.15%, 11692 is 1.81%, 11693 is 3.17%, 11694 is 3.56%, 11697 is 6.29%
Please remember to wear a mask, particularly indoors and where social distancing is not possible.
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