COVID-19 Daily Briefing in Oneida County: Monday, June 1st, Early Edition

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ONEIDA COUNTY, N.Y. (WUTR-TV) — On Sunday, Oneida County reported 20 new positive cases of Coronavirus, the total is 1,019. Of the new positives, 10 are nursing home residents. Fortunately, there are no new COVID-19 related fatalities, the total number of deaths is 48. 388 cases are active, 53 patients are hospitalized and 583 cases are resolved. So far, the county has tested more than 17,000 residents for the virus. 

The daily briefing with Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente and the Oneida County Health Department will be live at 3 p.m. on our stations WUTR and WFXV and streaming on our website cnyhomepage.com. 

Over the weekend there were 3 new potential public exposures. On May 26th, an Oneida County resident who tested positive for Coronavirus went to the Price Chopper located at 4535 Commercial Drive in New Hartford from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. If you were there during that time period then you should monitor yourself for symptoms until June 9th.

On May 27th, a resident that tested positive went to Tops located at 261 Utica Blvd in Boonville from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. If you were there during that time period then you should monitor yourself for symptoms until June 10th.

On May 28th, a resident who also tested positive went to the Walmart located at 4765 Commercial Drive in New Hartford from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. If you were there during that time period then you should monitor yourself for symptoms until June 11th. In all three situations, the patients wore a mask while out so the risk to the public is low. 

Beginning Monday, the governor’s daily address will air strictly on our website cnyhomepage.com. More Coronavirus updates and information from Cuomo’s conference will be in the Monday evening daily briefing.

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