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CANTON — The St. Lawrence County Public Health Department on Tuesday reported no new cases of COVID-19. The total number of confirmed cases reported since March 25 remains at 216.

A total of 211 people have been released from isolation after recovering from the disease caused by the novel coronavirus and three people have died as a result of the virus in St. Lawrence County.

This leaves two known active cases of the virus in the county being tracked by the public health department. One case is located in Madrid and the other in Brasher.

No one is hospitalized with COVID-19 in St. Lawrence County.

The state Department of Health reports that 16,167 people in the county have been tested.

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