ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Monroe County Department of Public Health officials reported 526 new COVID-19 cases Sunday, bringing the seven-day rolling average to 594 new cases per day.

Sunday’s update put the county over 1,000 new cases for the weekend, after 638 new cases reported Saturday.

The seven-day rolling average positivity rate for Monroe County was 7.2%, heath officials reported. This is the countywide positivity rate, reported by the local health department, not the orange and yellow zone positivity rate, which is reported by the state department of health.

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The local positivity rate has been steadily increasing over the past two weeks:

DateSeven-day rolling average positivity rate in Monroe County
November 23, 20203.49%
November 24, 20203.55%
November 25, 20203.75%
November 26, 20204.11%
November 27, 20204.5%
November 28, 20204.88%
November 29, 20205.73%
November 30, 20206.48%
December 1, 20206.81%
December 2, 20206.47%
December 3, 20206.61%
December 4, 20207.17%
December 5, 20206.96%
December 6, 20207.2%

The health department doesn’t provide COVID-19 hospitalization updates on weekends of holidays. As of Friday, 480 people in the Finger Lakes region were hospitalized with the virus, including 101 in an ICU.

Officials say there are currently 4,178 active COVID-19 cases in Monroe County, the highest number to date and the 11th straight day of the active cases record being broken.

Ages of the new cases Sunday are as follows:

8Female under 10
7Male under 10
26Female 10-19
20Male 10-19
59Female in her 20s
57Male in his 20s
38Female in her 30s
51Male in his 30s
31Female in her 40s
20Male in his 40s
2Blank in 40s
54Female in 50s
27Male in his 50s
1Blank in 50s
30Female in her 60s
35Male in his 60s
23Female in her 70s
15Male in his 70s
9Female in her 80s
8Male in his 80s
1Female in her 90s
4Male in his 90s
 Female 100+
 Male 100+