Onondaga County Sees 2 More COVID 19 Deaths

Syracuse, N.Y. - Onondaga County is reporting 214 new cases of COVID-19

County Executive Ryan McMahon releasing those numbers today as he remians in quarantine after exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID 19.

McMahon said there have been two new deaths. A 93-year-old man and a 79-year-old man. That makes 17 deaths in a week.

Of the new cases, McMahon says 40 came from senior facilities.

Currently there are 2,056 active cases in the county and just over 3,000 people in quarantine.

155 people are in the hospital, with 28 in ICU.

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