Coronavirus cases, hospitalizations, and deaths remain low, and relatively stable in New York.

In the past 24 hours, there were 801 hospitalizations, two more than Friday and five deaths.

Just over one percent of the more than 62,000 tests conducted yesterday came back positive.

There have been more than 400,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the state and more than 24,000 deaths since the pandemic started.

The state is also monitoring an uptick in COVID-19 cases in Rensselaer County.

Right now it's being linked to several people who tested positive after traveling back to New York from Georgia. They are in isolation and the New York State Department of Health and Rensselaer County Health Department are conducting contact tracing.