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NY helping HEAP eligible families behind on utility payments due to pandemic

NY helping HEAP eligible families behind on utility payments due to pandemic


Parents frustrated by lack of COVID data

COVID vaccination required at Blue Cross Arena

Victor Central School District: 21 students, 3 adults test positive for COVID-19

Hochul launches 'Vax to School' plan to get kids vaccinated

Hochul: State to launch 120 pop-up vaccine sites of 12 weeks as part of #VaxtoSchool campaign

Case data via Johns Hopkins University
Lawsuit challenges universal school mask mandate

Lawsuit challenges universal school mask mandate


Local car manufacturers dealing with the impact of global chip shortage
Coronavirus in Monroe County: 200 new cases
Increase in COVID cases among children in Monroe County
JetBlue waiving some change and cancellation fees amid COVID-19 surge
Local daycare center on mask mandate

Local daycare center on mask mandate


Gillibrand pushing for more funding for vaccine distribution
Finger Lakes region's COVID-19 positive test rate inches upward
Morelle tests positive for COVID-19
Governor Hochul updates NY State COVID-19 data for Saturday

Emergency Rental Assistance available with COVID-19 eviction moratorium expiring

New York State's COVID-19 eviction moratorium expires Tuesday.


Sunday COVID-19 data update from NY State

The COVID positive test rate across New York state was 2.85%. The positive COVID test rate in the 10-county Finger Lakes region - which includes Rochester and Monroe County - was 4.44% on Saturday.


Syracuse University raises COVID alert level to red due to high transmission risk

Syracuse University has raised its four-tier COVID-19 alert system to "red" due to an uptick in COVID cases in Onondaga County.


Governor Hochul's office provides latest COVID data for New York state

The state says Monroe County had one death from the coronavirus and 174 COVID positive tests.


Monroe County leaders appreciate local discretion for COVID-19 rules

“In general, one size does not fit all when it comes to COVID,” said Monroe County Public Health Commissioner Michael Mendoza.