Potential COVID-19 Exposure On Tim's Pumpkin Patch Hayride Last Saturday

An individual who partook in a hayride at Tim's Pumpkin Patch this past Saturday, has tested positive for COVID-19.

The hayride took place on Saturday, September 26th from 4:45pm to 5pm, meaning that patrons could've potentially been exposed to the virus. The individual was wearing a mask at the time of the hayride.

The Onondaga County Health Department stresses that you should self-check your symptoms for 14 days if you were present at the farm this past Saturday. And if anything seems out of the ordinary, contact your doctor, or call 911.

You can read the County's full press release, here.

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