ROCHESTER - An elderly woman who is a resident at the Studley Home is among 23 Rochester residents who were listed as active COVID-19 cases on Friday, Emergency Operations Center Mark Klose said today.
State DHHS officials on Monday released data that shows the city with 46 cases, however local and state numbers on Rochester case counts have often been at odds throughout the pandemic.
It is not clear when the Studley Home resident, a woman in her 80s, was first identified as positive for the virus.
The Rochester Voice is not publishing the woman's exact age due to privacy concerns.
Of the other 22 residents listed by sex and age, four are in their 60s, two are in their 50s, one is in their 40s, four are in their 30s, four are in their 20s and two are in their teens. The ages of five others were not available, but two are thought to be of college age.
The current cases include 16 females and eight males.
Neither the Studley Home nor state DHHS officials were immediately available for comment.