Steuben County reports 7 additional COVID-19 cases

first_imgThe Steuben County Health Department says that one or more of the infected individuals are connected to previously reported cases. The health department says all individuals are being quarantined and monitored by the health department.  For the latest Steuben County updates, visit Steuben County’s website or social media pages: and For more coronavirus coverage, click here. April 1 or April 2 – Post Office in Bath April 1 – Burger King drive-through in Corning April 1 – Rite Aid in Bath April 1 – Save a Lot in Bath April 2 – Kwik Fill in Hammondsport April 6 – Pilot in Kanona April 6 – April 8 – Ready, Set, Grow Child Care Center in CorningApril 7 – 7-Eleven in Corning April 8 – Dunkin Donuts drive-through in Corning April 8 – Traveled from NYC April 8 – Traveled from Queens, NY April 9 – Arby’s drive-through in Bath STEUBEN COUNTY, N.Y. (WBNG) — The Steuben County Health Department gave an update on the coronavirus on Sunday.  Additionally, the health department has provided information regarding exact locations of where individuals tested positive have been. They say this information is collected starting 48 hours before the first symptom. One or more of the individuals reported visiting the following locations: The health department says additional information regarding locations visited while symptomatic was shared by a previously reported positive patient. The health department has reported seven new positive cases of the virus, bringing the total to 154. The health department has provided a list, including where the residents who tested positive live. The individuals are residents of: They also say that management was notified of these cases and closed down their locations to disinfect. April 4 & April 7 – Taco Bell in Hornell Town of BathTown of ErwinTown of Urbana (2) Village of Bath (2)Village of Hammondsportlast_img

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