COVID-19 News From Madison County

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Updated 1/15/21 at 10:51 p.m.

The Madison County COVID-19 hotline is for people to call with any questions regarding the virus, but this is not the number to call if you’re experiencing coronavirus symptoms. The number for the hotline is (315) 366-2770.

Dr. Seelan Newton, Madison County Department of Health Medical Director, answered some questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine Friday, December 11. Click here to watch the video.

Madison County COVID-19 Update 12/31/20

Click the image above for a guide to the coronavirus vaccine

Click here for more information on the vaccine from Madison County’s Health Department

Click here to find any potential public COVID-19 exposures near you.

Due to the rise in cases, the Madison County Health Department announced it will not be announcing public exposures, instead focusing that energy on contact tracing. Because of community spread, residents should assume a risk of being exposed to COVID-19 when they go out in public. Direct contacts of positive coronavirus patients will still be contacted by the health department. Please remember to take precautions such as wearing a mask, keeping your distance, and washing hands frequently. Everyone should monitor their health for symtpoms of COVID-19, stay home if they feel ill, and contact their doctor for further guidance.

More COVID-19 news from Madison County

Madison County Resources

Madison County Health Department
Connect For Child Care Resources
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension at 315-223-7880 ext 222 from 8:00 am till 4:30 pm
NYS Department Of Health
Centers For Disease Control (CDC)

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