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23 new COVID cases reported in Steuben County Monday

23 new COVID cases reported in Steuben County Monday


Cuomo: NY will put out COVID-19 guidance for homeless shelters this week

Hill Elementary School student tests positive for COVID-19

CDC releases study on COVID-19 in children

NY's COVID-19 positivity rate at 1.5%; Cuomo extends eviction moratorium

2 Canandaigua students test positive for COVID-19

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Case data via Johns Hopkins University
Lyons switches to virtual learning after positive COVID-19 case

Lyons switches to virtual learning after positive COVID-19 case


Fairport schools report two more positive COVID cases
WHO official: Global COVID-19 death toll could reach 2 million before vaccine is available
NYS’s new 'COVID Report Card' for schools causes confusion
COVID-19 will likely cause a hike in your insurance premiums
Second Penfield High School student tests positive for COVID-19

Second Penfield High School student tests positive for COVID-19


Florida reopens state's economy despite ongoing pandemic
Student in Gates Chili CSD tests positive for COVID-19
New push to expand free COVID-19 testing
Steuben County sees COVID-19 outbreak, offers free drive-thru testing

Saliva swab COVID-19 test granted emergency use authorization by FDA

The individual saliva swab COVID-19 test developed by SUNY Upstate Medical University and Quadrant Biosciences was granted emergency use authorization by the Food and Drug Administration.


CDC planning follow-up emails, texts for first COVID-19 vaccine recipients

The U.S. is still months away from having a COVID-19 vaccine, but when it does come out, federal health officials have a plan to make sure it's working.


Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine candidate in final stage of clinical trials

Johnson & Johnson announced its COVID-19 vaccine candidate has begun the final stage of clinical trials in the U.S.


CDC issues Halloween guidance, labels traditional trick-or-treating as high-risk

The CDC is recommending that people don't do traditional trick-or-treating for Halloween this year.


New study suggests taking ibuprofen does not worsen COVID-19

In the early days of the pandemic, there was concern that ibuprofen, the fever medication in Motrin or Advil, could worsen COVID-19.


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