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Cindy Seward En Route To Bring Husband Home

Cindy Seward En Route To Bring Husband Home MILFORD – State Sen. Jim Seward, R-Milford, may be back in his Milford home by today’s end. His wife, Cindy, posted this afternoon on the Milford Community Facebook page: “I am on my way to pick Jim up!! And he does not require oxygen!!” The senator came down with the coranavirus in late March and has been in Albany Medical Center for the past two weeks, the last week recuperating from treatment…


Seward Out Of ICU, Chief Of State Says

Seward Out Of ICU, Chief Of Staff Says ONEONTA – “Due to his improving condition,” State Sen. Jim Seward, R-Milford, was moved out of Albany Medical Center’s Intensive Care Unit late last night, his chief of staff, Duncan Davie, announced this morning, another step in the lawmaker’s recovery from the coronavirus. “He continues to recover from COVID-19 at Albany Medical Center under the care of his physician and will convalesce at home as soon as it is deemed appropriate to…



SEWARD OFF VENTILATOR MILFORD – Cindy Seward just reported she has spoken to her husband, state Sen. Jim Seward, and he reported the ventilator he was on was removed this afternoon. “Of course he will still need monitoring, but I thank you all for your outpouring for us!!” she reported. Seward, who is battling the coronavirus, was put on the ventilator Thursday morning and Albany Medical Center, and was soon showing some signs of improvement.…


Senator ‘Slightly Improved,’ But ‘Next Few Days Crucial’

CINDY SEWARD ON HUSBAND’S HEALTH Senator ‘Slightly Improved,’ But ‘Next Few Days Crucial’ MILFORD – “The next few days are crucial” for state Sen. Jim Seward, R-Milford, who has “slightly improved” since being placed in a medically induced coma Thursday morning at Albany Medical Center, his wife Cindy told the Milford community in a Facebook post this afternoon. She said the briefing was prompted by “all of our friends in our Milford community who have reached out with care, concern,…

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