County Executive Ryan McMahon Lays Out Who's Effected By Yellow Zone

Syracuse, N.Y. - Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon giving an update on the fight againbst COVID 19.

This follows Gov Cuomo announcing that parts of Onondaga County have been placed in a yellow zone.

GovCuomo said is was necessary because of the rising number of COVID-19 cases. Restrictions on areas placed in a “yellow” zone include, 25 person maximum for a mass gathering, 50% maximum capacity at houses of worship, 4 people maximum at a table at restaurants, Bars and restaurants must close at midnight and Schools must test 20% of their population.

McMahon announced 120 new COVID19 cases in Onondaga County today and 2 more deaths.

Below is a map of those who are in the yellow zone. You can also see it by clicking on this link.

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