COVID-19 News From Onondaga County

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ACTIVERECOVEREDDEATHSTOTAL
70232,934694*34,320
Updated 4/8/21 at 5:31 p.m.
*Onondaga County lists deaths in two categories on their website: Confirmed (684) and Presumed (10).

Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon gives a COVID-19 update 3/1/21

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Due to the rise in cases, the Onondaga County Health Department will not announce public exposures to COVID-19, 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 symptoms of COVID-19, stay home if they feel ill, and contact their doctor for further guidance.

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Onondaga County Resources

Onondaga County Health Department
  • Website: OnGov.net/health/
  • Phone: 315-435-3252
  • Hotline for Senior Citizens for Nutritional Information & Resources: 315-218-1987
  • Child Care Solutions: 315-446-1220
  • VolunteerCNY.org: 315-428-2229
  • Follow Onondaga County on social media
Upstate Triage Hotline: 315-464-3979
To donate medical supplies like certified masks, gloves, and gowns:
  • Email: EMWeb01@ongov.net
  • Call 315-435-2525
NYS Department Of Health
Centers For Disease Control (CDC)

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