Onondaga County Sees Two New COVID-19 Deaths

Syracuse, N.Y. - Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon announced today the county has 62 new cases of COVID 19.

McMahon sadly announced there were two deaths to report, both men. One 89 and the other 64 years of age.

The 7 day positivity average is 1.5%. McMahon said 91% of the cases are people under the age of 60.

He also said 62 people are in the hospital with 11 in ICU.

McMahon said yesterday that COVID-19 testing is being scaled down in the county. Symptomatic testing will no longer be offered at the CNY Regional Market's F Shed as of Friday.

Anyone experiencing symptoms is asked to get tested at either Upstate Community Hospital or the State Fairgrounds.

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