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Delaware County Reports Another Virus Death

Delaware County's public health department today reported another death, and another positive lab report on Thursday. more

Broome County Virus Battle Continues

As the statewide number of COVID-19 cases continues to slowly decline, Broome County is dealing with a steadily rising caseload. more

Region Reopens But COVID Lingers

Another new case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Delaware County Sunday, as the region complete its first weekend of partial business openings. more

County Posts State Business Guidelines

As the Friday reopening milestone approaches, businesses in Delaware County and Otsego County are expected to have plans in place that show compliance with the state's public health guidelines. more

NY Pause Quietly Extended

Despite appearing before the state daily with detailed discussions of his actions, Governor Andrew Cuomo did not discuss the fact that he signed an executive order on May 7 extending NYPause through June 6, 2020. more

Schools Will Remain Closed

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced that schools and colleges in the state will remain closed for the rest of the academic year. more

Some Upstate Hospitals To Begin Scheduling Elective Surgeries

In his daily press conference today, Governor Andrew Cuomo said he will be signing an Executive Order allowing hospitals in a number of counties, predominately upstate, to begin scheduling elective surgeries. more

Cuomo Outlines Reopening Plan

New York State has been on pause since March. On Sunday, Governor Andrew Cuomo said a phased-in reopening should begin in the upstate regions when the current shutdown expires on May 15. The determining factor will be the rate of infection. more

Seward Moved Out of Intensive Care

In a press release from his office, it was announced that Senator James Seward has been moved out of intensive care and is improving. more

Cuomo To Deploy National Guard To Redistribute Available Medical Supplies

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced at his daily press briefing that he will sign an Executive Order mandating that hospitals around the state release their excess medical equipment to be redistributed to hospitals where there is the greatest need. more

Delaware County's First COVID-19 Death Announced

Delaware County Public Health officials announced the county's first virus-related death Thursday afternoon. more

Virus Strikes Close To Home For Cuomo

In his daily press conference, Andrew Cuomo revealed that his brother, CNN newsman Chris Cuomo, has been confirmed with the COVID-19 virus. more

SENATOR SEWARD AND HIS WIFE AFFECTED BY VIRUS

State Senator James Seward of Oneonta today announced both he and his wife Cindy have tested positive for COVID-19. more

Cuomo Predicts Virus Will Claim Thousands

In his daily press conference, Governor Andrew Cuomo told reporters that projections, in his opinion, indicate that thousands will die in New York State before the public health emergency from COVID-19 is over. more

Cuomo Announces Schools To Stay Closed Another Two Weeks

The number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise across New York, leading the governor to extend the statewide school shutdown until April 15. more

NYS Re-Opening Enrollment In Health Plan

New York, along with eight other states, is extending the signup period for health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act. more

Cuomo Calls On NYC To Take Drastic Density Reduction Steps, Asks All Hospitals to Double Capacity

ALBANY – In what is becoming a daily live briefing, Governor Andrew Cuomo Sunday said that he is now asking all hospitals in New York State to increase their capacity 100%. He is mandating that … more

Governors Order Salons and Tattoo Shops To Close Saturday Night

The governors of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania have ordered all personal services shops like hair salons, barber shops, nail salons, hair removal salons and tattoo shops to close as of 8 PM Saturday. more
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