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HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO: 06-09-22
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, JUNE 9

Conservation Workshop with
Cornell Cooperative Extension

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INVASIVE SPECIES – 6 p.m. Join the Cornell Cooperative Extension for an evening learning about local invasive species. Will include a presentation and discussion with Agriculture and Horticulture Educator, Jessica Holmes and CCE Intern, Becca Leone. Registration required. Held at Oneonta Town Hall, 3966 St. Hwy. 23, Oneonta. 518-234-4303 ext. 119 or visit cceschoharie-otsego.org/events/2020/06/06/invasive-species-awareness-week-workshops

BLOOD DRIVE – 1 – 5 p.m. Otsego County Office of Emergency Services, 140 Co. Hwy. 33W, Cooperstown. 1-800-733-2767 or visit www.redcrossblood.org

COVID update for February 7

COVID update for February 7

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

24 new cases

7 hospitalized

0  new deaths reported

8.7  seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

COVID update for February 2

COVID update for February 2

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

68 new cases

5 hospitalized

0  new deaths reported

11.7  seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

COVID update for January 27

COVID update for January 27

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

81 new cases

8 hospitalized

0  new deaths reported

13.5  seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

COVID Update for January 26

COVID update for January 26

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

79 new cases

9 hospitalized

0  new deaths reported

13.6  seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

COVID update for January 25

COVID update for January 25

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

104 new cases

7  hospitalized

0  new deaths reported

14.5  seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

COVID update for January 21

COVID update for January 21

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

136 new cases

8  hospitalized

2  new deaths reported

15 percent seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

COVID update for January 18

COVID update for January 18

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

128 new cases

8  hospitalized

1  new deaths reported

16.8  seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

COVID Update January 13th

COVID Update January 13th

Otsego County is seeing the highest surge in COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic, the Otsego County Department of Health (DOH) said in a statement Thursday.

“It is critical that everyone take responsibility to reduce the spread,” Otsego County DOH Public Health Director Heidi Bond said. “We know that social distancing, wearing masks, and getting vaccinated works. Please stay home if you are not feeling well.”

According to the Otsego County DOH , active cases are no longer going to be recorded because it is not possible to get an accurate number with limited contact tracing and case investigation.

COVID update January 12

COVID update January 12

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

821  active cases

138  new cases

9 hospitalized

1  new deaths reported

16.8 percent  seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

 

SUNY opens test site, County seeks answers to Milford test delays

SUNY opens test site, County seeks answers to Milford test delays

Public Health Director Heidi Bond told the January 5 Otsego County Board of Representatives her office is pushing New York State to speed up delivery of results from its Milford COVID testing facility as virus cases in the county go “through the roof.”

“Results come back within six or seven days and it should only take two,” she said in a virtual address to the Board. “We’re pushing the state to push the contractor to rectify that.”

“We’re trying to move to where the County Department of Health notifies people of their test results,” she said of the Milford logjam.

COVID update January 11

COVID update January 11

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

1,120  active cases

203  new cases

5  hospitalized

0  new deaths reported

15.6 percent  seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

 

COVID Update January 6

COVID Update January 6

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

671 active cases

154  new cases

6  hospitalized

0  new deaths reported

14.4 percent  seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

COVID Update for January 3

COVID Update for January 3

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

398  active cases

81  new cases

7  hospitalized

0  new deaths reported

12 percent  seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

COVID update December 30

COVID update December 30

The latest information from the Otsego County Health Department shows:

304  active cases

60  new cases

11  hospitalized

0  new deaths reported

9.0 percent  seven-day average percentage positive

Otsego County and all of New York State remains under an indoor-mask mandate from Governor Kathy Hochul, with exceptions under certain conditions when proof of vaccination is required for entry to an indoor public facility. Read more about New York State’s mask requirement at this link.

 

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