The Seneca County Health Department reported two more hospitalizations and 25 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.
The reporting brought the 7-day rolling average there to 4.3%.
Altogether 143 people had been tested in the previous 24 hours.
There were 76 active cases of COVID-19, eight of which required hospitalization.
There were still six deaths reported in Seneca.
“Please stay home if you are sick,” health officials pleaded in a Facebook post. “Do not go to or host social gatherings during a pandemic. If you do not live with them do not visit them.” They also asked for residents to be up front and honest when contacted for contact tracing.