It was a slow day in terms of results returned for Tompkins County today, as apparently there were no negative tests returned at all and only one positive test. That's according to the latest numbers released from the Tompkins County Health Department.
The Tompkins County Health Department has announced their daily COVID-19 update, showing that the overall number of positive cases has now reached 102, an increase of four cases from the weekend.
In the latest Tompkins County COVID-19 data release, one of two patients was "discharged" from the hospital today while the amount of positive tests rose from 95 to 98.
A small update was published today by the Tompkins County Health Department, which showed that there are now 95 positive tests in the county, up two from yesterday. Three more people have now been classified as "recovered," up to 54.
The number of positive cases for COVID-19 in Tompkins County has risen to 93, an increase from 87 yesterday. There have still been no deaths, and there are still two people hospitalized. There has not been any information released about the condition of those patients.
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In a letter issued to the Village of Lansing community on March 31, Mayor Donald Hartill announced that the village parks will be closed for the purpose of halting the spread of COVID-19.
The Tompkins County Health Department has released the latest figures showing the spread of COVID-19 in Tompkins County.
In the latest update from the Tompkins County Health Department, the countywide number of positive test results rose from 56 to 70.
The Tompkins County Office of Human Rights joined other local figures and organizations in speaking out against a recent spate of harassment locally against Asian-Americans, an apparent side-effect of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced at a press conference on March 28 that he will be issuing an executive order to move the state's presidential primary date from April 28 to June 23.
All intercity bus service between Ithaca and New York City has been voluntarily suspended by each bus company operating in the City of Ithaca, according to an announcement from Mayor Svante Myrick on social media Thursday afternoon. The stoppage will start Thursday night at midnight.
The History Center in Tompkins County is currently looking for assistance in documenting the impacts of COVID-19 in the county. The center shared the following statement on its website:
All non-essential matters are administratively adjourned.
With the schools closed until April 13 and local grocery stores being cleared out, finding enough food to feed the mouths of family members is becoming increasingly more difficult for Groton residents as of late.
The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announced on March 23 that the remaining winter sports championships have been officially cancelled. The tournaments affected by this decision are the boys and girls basketball championships, and the ice hockey and bowling…
The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles announced on March 21 that all offices and auto bureaus statewide are closed until further notice. The action was made in compliance with Governor Andrew Cuomo's Executive Order 202.8.
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