NEW HARTFORD – After a month and a day in ICU, Assemblyman Brian Miller, a Republican who represents four Otsego County towns, is out of St. Luke’s Hospital’s intensive care unit in Utica and beginning “the next phase of healing and recovery.”
Miller’s 101st District includes the towns of Springfield, Middlefield, Westford and Maryland in Otsego County.
“There are no words to express the amount of appreciation I have for the professionals at Mohawk Valley Health Systems,” he said in a statement his office released this afternoon.
NEW HARTFORD – Assemblyman Brian Miller, R-101st, whose district includes Springfield, Middlefield, Westford and Maryland in Otsego County, has tested positive for coronavirus, and is hospitalized in St. Luke’s Hospital, Utica.
He participated in the legislative session on March 18, and remained in Albany on March 19. He was tested for COVID-19 on March 20, and self-quarantined in his home immediately afterward, said Minority Leader Will Barclay, who announced the news today.
“I encourage anyone who may have had contact with or been in close proximity to Brian to take necessary steps to self-isolate and limit any contact with others who may be more vulnerable to COVID-19,” said Barclay.