Syracuse, NY – Two people without a mask at Tommy’s Park in Syracuse late Friday night have now tested positive for the corona virus, according to the Onondaga County Health Department.
Customers were at the bar at 901 Butternut Street at 11 p.m. on Friday, July 10, to close at midnight, the department said.
Anyone who was at the bar during this period may have been exposed, the health department said. These people should watch for symptoms for 1
The server wore a mask and, according to the district, the facility has limited the capacity to less than 50% and has followed the federal cleaning guidelines.
The county recorded 29 new coronavirus cases today. Only five of these new cases were “common in the community”, meaning that it is unclear how the person became infected with the virus.
The number of new cases in the county fluctuated last week from 34 on Wednesday and only 19 on Friday.
Two people died on Friday. The county reported no new deaths today.
In total, the county has confirmed 2,973 cases and 190 deaths related to Covid-19.
Today the district has 320 active cases. Forty-nine are in the hospital, but at least nine are ready to be taken home. Four are in critical condition.
If symptoms develop, stay at home and call your doctor for more information. If you are elderly, have an underlying condition, or are immunodeficient, call your doctor early, even if your illness is mild.
Anyone can get a Covid-19 test in Onondaga County.
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