Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that six states have been removed from New York State's COVID-19 travel advisory— California, Hawaii, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada and Ohio.
Active coronavirus cases continue to decline in Tompkins County, as the latest update from the Tompkins County Health Department shows that two more recoveries from the virus now have the number of active cases in the county down to 11.
Cornell University issued its Student Behavioral Compact for all undergraduate, graduate and professional students for the 2020–2021 academic year in hopes of mitigating the spread of COVID-19.
Tompkins County Public Health Department has issued a letter recommending the closing of recreation areas in the county that use shared equipment. The letter was signed and dated today by Public Health Director Frank Kruppa.
Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit (TCAT) has announced the start of its summer service routes, as well as the extension of its no-fare rides until June 30 in reaction to the coronavirus outbreak.
Ithaca mayor Svante Myrick was one of 27 mayors from small and large cities across the nation to sign an opinion piece published in the Washington Post on July 24 that proposed restructuring the country's housing system as a starting point for ending systemic racism.
The Tompkins County Health Department has announced that five more positive tests have been returned in the county, signaling a continuing upward trend in coronavirus cases in July.
Wednesday's numbers update from the Tompkins County Health Department shows another three positive cases of coronavirus, although one more person has now recovered and tested negative for the virus.
Following a review process, Ithaca College's Department of Intercollegiate Athletics announced on Wednesday that it will be suspending all fall athletic competition for the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
SUNY Cortland's football season has been postponed after its affiliate conference, Empire 8, announced that it will postpone the sport's 2020 fall season. The postponement of the Red Dragon's season means that all of the games on their 2020 schedule have been cancelled, including the 62nd Co…
At the end of last week, public health officials in Seneca County were warning residents about a potential novel coronavirus exposure at two auctions in the town of Romulus.
The Tompkins County Health Department's newest daily update shows that there are now 28 active cases in the county after four more people tested positive for the coronavirus over the last day. While a rise in cases continues, it has slowed slightly with now five new cases discovered in the l…
Now that the 2019–2020 academic year is over, the focus for school districts county-wide is on what the structure of the 2020–2021 academic year will look like and how accommodate students, teachers and families with the COVID-19 outbreak.
No new COVID-19 cases were reported by the Tompkins County Health Department on July 16 after the county has seen a significant increase in positive cases since the beginning of the week.
The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announced on July 16 that the start date for the fall sports season has been pushed back to Sept. 21 and the regional and state championship tournaments are cancelled as well.
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.
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.
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.
Tompkins County Health Department has announced that two more people have been hospitalized as a result of the coronavirus, bringing the total number to five currently. Two people were hospitalized and have been released. There have been no deaths in Tompkins County.
The latest announcement from the Tompkins County Health Department shows that two more people have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number in Tompkins County to 107.
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