Syracuse, N.Y. - Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon says things are looking very good in the county regarding COVID 19.
McMahon announced only 74 new cases on what is usually a heavy case day. Last month at this time there were 6,027 active cases, today he announced there are 1,566. He said118 people are in the hospital, which's down from yesterday.
The bad news was, 4 more people died in the county. That brings the total number of deaths since March to 611
McMahon also announced that city libraries will be reopening for limited capacity starting Feb 16th.
McMahon said that for the time being, taxi drivers, and restaurant workers will not be vaccinated. He said the goal right now is to get the vulnerable vaccinated.
He also urged that if you have symptoms, get tested .