November 9 Tri-County Central NY Coronavirus Update
The Otsego County Department of Health (OCDH) released their COVID-19 report yesterday, stating that there are 7 new cases in the county from Friday to Saturday. There are currently 38 active cases in the county with no hospitalizations. Of the 1060 total confirmed cases (since last March), 755 cases are linked to SUNY Oneonta (according to the OCDH) and 62 are associated with Hartwick College.
In Delaware County, Delaware County Public Health reported Sunday (11/8) that there are now 62 known active cases in the county following the incidents with infected individuals spreading the coronavirus at various restaurants (click here for list), workplaces and schools. There are currently 9 people hospitalized with COVID-19 complications. The number of county residents under mandatory quarantine is at 211. Since March there have been a total of 232 confirmed cases.
In Chenango County, the Department of Health reported Friday (11/6) on the number of coronavirus cases. There were 34 active cases with 6 current hospitalizations related to the virus and 215 people are under mandatory quarantine. Chenango County Health officials have this reminder for area residents:
FROM: Chenango County Health Department
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