Matthew Leonard, Rochester Democrat and Account
Revealed 5: 29 a.m. ET March 24, 2020 |Updated 9: 31 a.m. ET March 24, 2020
Editor’s indicate:This story has the latest information about the coronavirus pandemic in Rochester and Monroe County on Tuesday, March 24.Here is our old update.
Rochester, N.Y.– Here are the latest developments about responses to the coronavirus-COVID19 outbreak in the United States, as reported by USA TODAY Network staff. This story will seemingly be updated as wished several occasions a day as stories are published.
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2nd COVID-19-related death in Monroe County
Monroe County Public Health Commissioner Dr. Michael Mendoza on Monday reported the death of a person, a patient at Solidarity Hospital in Greece, who previously examined determined for COVID-19. Mendoza said he may now not release any details about the person who died.
The death marks the 2nd COVID-19-related death in Monroe County.
“I would care for to express my sincerest sympathy for the individual’s family and company,” Mendoza said in a information release.
Latest COVID-19 numbers from Monroe County
As of 4.00 p.m. Monday, there are 81 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Monroe County.
Of the 80 confirmed cases, 13 are unique since Sunday afternoon.
Local fatalities: 2.
Of the 80 confirmed cases, 12 folks are hospitalized, with 6 of the 12 patients in ICU.
The Health Department has placed 395 folks into mandatory quarantine and isolation.
- COVID-19 Testing in Monroe County
- 1,371 check results have been obtained to date
- 81 determined results, 1,290 negative results . 6% determined results
Of the 12 newly confirmed cases Monday:
- 1 Female in her 20s
- 1 Female in her 30s
- 2 Males in their 40s
- 1 Female in their 40s
- 2 Females in their 60s
- 2 Males in their 60s
- 1 Female in her 70s
- 2 Males in their 80s
- 1 Male in his 90s
Cases in surrounding counties updated Tuesday:
- Wayne County 4 (1 unique case)
- Ontario County 10 (3 unique cases)
- Genesee County 1
- Orleans 1
- Livingston 4
- Wyoming 2 cases + 1 fatality
US numbers Tuesday:
- 46,450 confirmed cases
- 593 deaths
- *125 of those deaths in New York state
Global numbers Tuesday
- 383,944 cases
- 101,911 recovered
- Fatalities 16,595
What you need to know about DMV closures
If your New York license and registration comes due during the unique coronavirus restrictions, the state Department of Motor Vehicleswill temporarily delay the renewal durations.
But what about those all-important automobile inspections?
Let that lapse and you may possibly be looking at a stamp and a fine beneath normal circumstances.
How to stay healthy at home
How can a family stay mindful and healthy during this time of stress — and also now not arrive out 15 pounds heavier?
Pittsford health coach Susan Sagan Levitan of Chapter U Heath has some suggestions. She herself is juggling a paunchy dwelling with two younger sons at home along with a teleworking husband. She has opened her Facebook neighborhood page,Chapter U Health, free of charge during the shutdown.
Jewish Home is sixth area senior facility touched by COVID-19
In a stunning fashion Monday, patients at the Jewish Home and St. Ann’s nursing home have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
That makes six Rochester-area elder care facilities whose extremely vulnerable residents have been exposed to the coronavirus in recent days.
Whether any of the cases are related remained unclear Monday afternoon. Monroe County health officials have made no comment on the situation.
The latest institution to announce an infection was the Jewish Home on South Winton Road in Brighton. In a statement Monday afternoon, the Jewish Home said a resident who had now not too prolonged ago arrived there for rehabilitation had been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Coronavirus on campus: UR, RIT college students check determined
Two college students at Rochester Institute of Skills and a scholar and an employee at University of Rochester haveexamined determined for coronavirus.
The RIT college students have been in quarantine awaiting check results, which arrived Monday, RIT said in a information release. One is in isolation on campus and the varied in an off-campus location. Both were improving, the statement said.
It did now not appear the faculty students contracted the virus locally, RIT spokeswoman Ellen Rosen added.
The UR was much less forthcoming about its cases, nonetheless did put up a statement on a university web page indicating a scholar and an employee had reported to University Health Companies that testing had confirmed they had COVID-19.
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