|Incident:||COVID 19||Situation Report:||COVID-19-221|
|Reporting Agency:||Suffolk County Emergency Operations Center|
|EOC Manager:||Joseph Trzepizur|
|Date & Time Period Reported:||November 13, 2020 – 1600 hour|
|Report Completed By:||Bruce Hoffman and Doug Shearer|
|Situation Overview Updates 11/13/20|
*Hospitalized numbers are from 11/12/2020
Confirmed Cases by Town as of 11/12/2020 13:13
Total Confirmed: 49,531 Additional cases reporting on date: 416
End of Previous Day: 52,381
Township not known: 2,860 Total in CRM: 52,796 records
*Please note: Due to the nature of this event, numbers may differ from online sites.
- Suffolk EOC is operating at Level 3 the operational hours are 0800 hr. – 1600 hr. Monday – Friday. Closed Saturday and Sunday. Today is day 246 of this activation.
- ESF 5, ESF 8, ESF 13, and SC Sheriff’s representatives staffing the EOC.
- EOC staff scheduled for EOC operation through Friday 11/20/2020
NEW YORK STATE: Yes
SUFFOLK COUNTY: Yes
0830 – OEM / County Exec Update CC
LOCAL / NATIONAL / NEW YORK STATE INFORMATION
- Because of the uptick in New York State’s confirmed cases Governor Cuomo has implemented the following: effective today Friday at 10 p.m. there are new COVID-19 restrictions on bars, restaurants, gyms and residential gatherings in New York State. Bars, restaurants and gyms or fitness centers, as well as any State Liquor Authority-licensed establishment, will be required to close from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. daily. Restaurants after 10 p.m. can provide curbside, food-only pick-up or delivery. Not permitted after 10 p.m. is alcohol-to-go.
The new restrictions also extend to gatherings at private residences. The limitation states that no more than 10 people are permitted at indoor and outdoor gatherings at private residences.
The Governor has issued an executive order on November 13 to implement these restrictions and limitations.
- For any traveler to New York State from out of state, exempting the contiguous states, the new guidelines for travelers to test-out of the mandatory 14-day quarantine are below:
o For travelers who were in another state for more than 24 hours:
o Travelers must obtain a test within three days of departure from that state.
o The traveler must, upon arrival in New York, quarantine for three days.
o On day 4 of their quarantine, the traveler must obtain seek another COVID test. If both tests come back negative, the traveler may exit quarantine early upon receipt of the second negative diagnostic test.
- For travelers who were in another state for less than 24 hours:
o The traveler does not need a test prior to their departure from the other state, and does not need to quarantine upon arrival in New York State.
o However, the traveler must fill out the traveler information form upon entry into New York State, and take a COVID diagnostic test 4 days after their arrival in New York.
- IMAT Planning Section has been established. See Incident Action Plan for additional details. Planning Section will be operational on days the POD is open..
- As of 1545 today, 311 responded to 256 COVID-19 related calls, they received 81 non-COVID calls.
LOGISTICS-ESF7 / MEDICAL SUPPLY POD
- 8 Staff assigned, 1 Logistics Chief, 1 assistant Logistics Chief, 1 resource management staff, including Sheriffs, and Probation.
- The FRES Supply POD was closed today. The POD will be open on Wednesdays starting next week from 0900-1400.
- As of the close of operations on Thursday (11/12) 3,750 pieces of PPE were distributed bringing the total FRES POD, distributed 7,411,280 pieces of PPE to agencies to date.
HEALTH & HOSPITALS
- To date over 1,200,353 people tested in Suffolk County 4.3 percent or over 52,065 of those tested positive for COVID-19. Sunday 10,924 were tested in Suffolk County with 321 testing positive.
- On November 12: 289,405 total tested for antibodies
– 30,402 individuals not previously tested for COVID-19 have tested positive for antibodies-
- County wide Hospitals (information from 11/12/2020 NYS HERD:
Hospital beds in County: 3,003; Hospital beds available 697 = 23%
- ICU beds in county: 378; ICU beds available 97 = 26%
Click to see larger charts
- Since the end of August, daily hospitalizations (currently admitted COVID patients) in the County have been consistently in the 30’s/day and occasionally lowering into the 20’s/day. Hospitals, beginning in early October, have been reporting an increase in the daily hospitalization census. Below is a chart that focuses on daily data from August 1 to the present overlaying a 3-day trending line.
- Because of the increasing trend in Hospitalizations, the below table is developed to track the total “newly admitted and positive after admission COVID patients in the last 24 hours”. The data presented details daily data drawn from August 1 to the present with a 3-pay trend line. An increasing trend appears to be occurring.
- The State of New York received a Major Disaster Declaration FEMA-4480-DR for the COVID-19 Incident.
NEXT BRIEFING 11/16/20 – PM
Joseph Trzepizur, EOC Manager
Office of Emergency Preparedness
Suffolk County Fire, Rescue & Emergency Services
Office Phone: 631-852-4904
Office Fax: 631-852-4922
Suffolk County Office of Emergency Management
Bruce Hoffman, Training Officer
Suffolk County Fire Rescue and Emergency Services
Office of Emergency Management
102 East Avenue, Yaphank, New York 11980
Fishers Island Emergency Management Director
*Updates will be posted as they come in.