About a quarter of New Yorkers have now received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 13% of all residents have been fully vaccinated, Governor Andrew Cuomo said in a press release Saturday.

The state’s COVID-19 test positivity rate dipped to 2.95%, he announced. The seven-day rolling average was slightly higher at 3.26%.

Even as more New Yorkers are receiving the vaccine, the city’s reported positivity rate remained well above the state's overall rates, at a 7.82% seven-day average, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Saturday.

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Hospitalizations in the state also dropped to 4,513 patients on Friday, the lowest since December 5th, Cuomo said. Of those, 909 patients were in intensive care units. Of the ICU patients, 575 people were intubated.

There were 62 people who died of COVID-19 in the state, including five people in the Bronx, 13 people in Brooklyn, six people in Manhattan, 14 people in Queens and 1 person on Staten Island.

The state also has administered at least one vaccine dose to more than 5 million people to date, Cuomo said Saturday, with 188,828 doses given out on Friday alone, and more than a million doses given out this week.

"New Yorkers have fought through this pandemic by being vigilant, and even though the vaccine is here, we need everyone to continue being smart until we're able to vaccinate everyone who wants it," Cuomo said. "We are working 24/7 to get vaccines into arms quickly, safely and equitably — and we will not rest until that's done. In the meantime, everyone should continue washing their hands, staying socially distanced and masking up. We're going to get through this and defeat the COVID beast together, but there's more work to be done before we get to the light at the end of the tunnel."