Westchester County Executive George Latimer gave his daily briefing via Zoom updating both statistics and the County’s efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You may also go to YouTube to watch the full press conference.

Municipality Name Cases

Ardsley 26

Bedford 44

Briarcliff Manor 22

Bronxville 25

Buchanan 5

Cortlandt 155

Croton-on-Hudson 22

Dobbs Ferry 59

Eastchester 94

Elmsford 21

Greenburgh 206

Harrison 85

Hastings-on-Hudson 29

Irvington 23

Larchmont 19

Lewisboro 22

Mamaroneck Town 46

Mamaroneck Village 54

Mount Kisco 74

Mount Pleasant 99

Mount Vernon 428

New Castle 51

New Rochelle 527

North Castle 34

North Salem 5

Ossining Town 30

Ossining Village 220

Peekskill 109

Pelham 30

Pelham Manor 27

Pleasantville 35

Port Chester 190

Pound Ridge 4

Rye Brook 50

Rye City 44

Scarsdale 102

Sleepy Hollow 68

Somers 43

Tarrytown 53

Tuckahoe 32

White Plains 266

Yonkers 939

Yorktown 136

Unknown 7,231

Westchester County Numbers

  • Total Number hospitalized (cumulative): 568
  • Total currently in hospital: 344
  • Number of Hospitalized in Westchester: 301
  • Number of Deaths: 67


  • Town numbers reflect the unincorporated sections of the part of town outside villages within the town.
  • Numbers reflect the actual residents of the municipality, not “zip code” residents who live in an adjacent community.
  • Data lags state number by as much as 3 days, due to State release of data to the County only after the tested individual has been informed of their status.  


  • I have proposed County legislation to ease the financial burden now on County residents. 
  • The introduced legislation amends the Westchester County Tax Law to authorize towns in Westchester County to waive penalties for the late payment of County taxes, County district taxes and assessments until July 15, 2020. The provision would be based on hardship determination presented to the town, and does not cover town taxes. This would allow a penalty free additional 76 days to pay County taxes.
  • The hardship must be caused by the public emergency relating to COVID-19.  Penalties under this provision could be waived for a two and one-half month period including the months of May and June and up to July 15. If taxes are not paid by July 15, the 5 percent penalty would begin to run as of July 16.
  • A group of town officials will help develop the criteria to qualify for the hardship determination and maintain a list of taxpayers within their jurisdiction qualifying for the hardship determination.  Hardship determinations can be based upon objective criteria related to the COVID-19 pandemic such as:  loss of employment, illness, closure of a business or other loss of income or revenue.
  • The July 15 date coincides with the extended deadline to file New York State and federal income taxes. Under the proposed legislation no town is required to offer the temporary waiver of penalties upon a hardship determination and may choose to opt-out of this law.