Bellone: 3 more positive coronavirus cases in Suffolk, bringing total to 4 in county

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Three more positive coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Suffolk County, bringing the total in the county to four cases.

County Executive Steve Bellone said the first patient is a Town of Brookhaven resident in his early 20s. Bellone said the patient is in isolation at Stony Brook University Medical Center.

The second patient is a Southold resident in her early 20s who is under home isolation.

The third patient is in his 80s and is in isolation at St. Catherine's Hospital.

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Bellone said health officials are investigating the patients' contacts, and it is believed the cases were contracted through community transmission.

There are currently 19 confirmed cases in Nassau County.

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