Coronavirus Updates for Jan. 15: Latimer Says Rise in Deaths, Hospitalizations in Westchester County is a ‘Continuing Tragedy’

Westchester County Executive George Latimer issued concern on Thursday that residents have become almost desensitized to the daily impacts the coronavirus pandemic continues to have on the community. While the county may be out of the woods following a significant

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Coronavirus Updates for Jan. 14: Active Cases in Westchester County, Putnam Dip Slightly After Holiday Surge; State Reports More Cases of New COVID Strain

As Westchester and Putnam counties transition out of the post-holiday coronavirus surge, more cases of the United Kingdom COVID-19 variant have been reported throughout New York. In total, 15 cases of the variant have been confirmed in the state. Two

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Coronavirus Updates for Jan. 13: Vaccination Eligibility Age Lowers; Westchester County Records Nearly 900 New Cases, Putnam Adds Close to 100

Coronavirus cases in Westchester County increased by 872 on Tuesday, bringing the total number of positive cases to 79,406 since the start of the pandemic. There are now 11,475 active cases, with the daily positivity rate currently 7.88 percent, according

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Coronavirus Updates for Jan. 12: Post-Holiday COVID Spike Continues to Plague Westchester County, Putnam as Active Cases Mount

Westchester County Executive George Latimer said the COVID-19 infection rate is continually growing, attributing the latest spike in cases to residents flouting safety protocols to host indoor New Year’s celebrations. In the last week, coronavirus cases in Westchester County have

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Croton-on-Hudson Officials Propose Increasing Mask Law Fine to $1,000. Here’s the Latest

An emergency mask law that was approved by Croton-on-Hudson officials last year could undergo some changes with the village required to mirror stipulations enforced by the state. Proposed amendments to the measure would include requiring individuals playing sports, participating in

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