Tracing coronavirus cases continues to be a significant problem in Albany County.
Officials say they could only pinpoint the source of five of the county's 46 newest cases. They believe people either don't know where they're getting infected or they're not being truthful with contact tracers. Meanwhile, the COVID-19 positivity rate remains above 3%, and the county could soon be declared a "yellow zone" by the state. That means restrictions would be put in place to slow the spread of the virus.