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Preston Griffin, who runs First Class Mortuary Transport, wear protective gear as he leaves area nursing home with a body in Philadelphia, Pa. on May 7, 2020. (David Maialetti/The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP)

Sobering US nursing home death report as lockdowns ease


Gilead says drug helped moderately ill coronavirus patients

Summer safety warning: Pandemic could increase drowning risks

2020 Monroe County Fair canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic

Season or not, Red Wings players will get pay

Dental offices begin to reopen Monday

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Case data via Johns Hopkins University
Cuomo: 'We have to look at' outdoor dining for restaurants

Cuomo: 'We have to look at' outdoor dining for restaurants


NYS Dental Association, state, give conflicting reopening information
Hill Haven Nursing Home has nearly 150 confirmed COVID-19 cases
CDC report shows COVID-19 was in US in January or February
UR Medicine to start offering antibody testing next week
Finger Lakes among 5 regions advancing to Phase Two of reopening plan

Finger Lakes among 5 regions advancing to Phase Two of reopening plan


Cuomo: Hair salons, barbershops receive new guidelines
Cuomo: Malls to remain closed through Phase Two
Families receiving free, reduced-prices lunches from NY to get assistance
Finger Lakes region not entering Phase Two on Friday

Wayne County handing out free face masks

Towns and villages in Wayne County will be handing out masks over the course of the next week and a half.


COVID-19 patient praises care at Strong Memorial Hospital

The United States has seen nearly 100,000 people die from COVID-19 since it first started to spread across the country. 


Heat challenges during Coronavirus pandemic

Keeping cool during this record heat could pose a challenge for people who don't have access to city facilities in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.


Wells College president: Without students on campus we 'cannot afford to reopen'

There's a race to save a local college from closing.


In an early US coronavirus hot spot, business slowly reopens

The suburbs north of New York City eased outbreak restrictions and the trading floor of the New York Stock exchange reopened for the first time in two months...


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