COOPERSTOWN – Eight news cases of coronavirus have been reported locally this week, county Director of Public Health Heidi Board said this afternoon.
That raised the number of active cases in county from 10 to 13.
As of today, there were 105 total cases, up from 99 Monday. The new total includes the 13, plus 87 who have recovered, and the five deaths experienced since cases first appeared in mid-March.
The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta
July 25-26, 2019
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