Orleans reaches 100 community recoveries from Covid-19
Orleans County reached a milestone today with the 100th recovery of a community member from Covid-19.
The Genesee and Orleans County Health Departments reported today one new recovery from the community from Covid-19. That brings the total to 100.
The county also reported two more cases of Covid-19, for 256 people total who have tested positive for Covid-19. The two new cases are residents of Orchard Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Medina, with one in the 30s and one in the 80s.
Of the 256 people who have tested positive for Covid-19, 106 are community residents, while 150 are residents of regulated facilities, including 89 at The Villages of Orleans Health and Rehabilitation Center in Albion, 55 at Orchard Rehabilitation and 6 at a state-owned group in Medina for people with disabilities.
The Health Departments also reports today that 13 county residents remain hospitalized with Covid-19.
In Genensee County, there are four new Covid-19 cases, for 206 total. The new cases include people who live in Alabama, Alexander, Batavia and Elba. One of the individuals is less than 20 years old, one individual is in the 20s, and two individuals are in their 30s.
The new positive cases were not on mandatory quarantine prior to testing positive.
Genesee also is reporting one more recovery from Covid-19, for 142 total. No one from Genesee is currently hospitalized with Covid-19.
Click here to view an online map of confirmed cases in Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming counties.
The facility breakdown shows the total positive cases from facilities that have had a positive swab for Covid-19.
More from the Genesee and Orleans County Health Departments:
• Hospitals and group homes will be allowed to accept visitors at their discretion, while following guidelines including time-limited visits and requiring visitors to wear PPE and be subject to symptom and temperature checks.
• Phase 3 is open. With that in mind, everyone in Phase 3 should have developed and implemented their Business Safety Plan and have it in place prior to opening whether it be a business, house of worship, not-for-profit organization, etc.
You are responsible to have your plan and all necessary supplies in place prior to opening. You will not be submitting your plan, however it must be on the premises in the event of a state, local or safety inspection. Keep checking the New York Forward website for your industry/organization summary guidelines.
• Social gathering sizes: Per Governor Cuomo gatherings (groups, assembly, meeting, etc.) of 25 or less are permitted with social distancing and sanitization protocols in place through July 15. The Health Departments do not authorize or allow exemptions from the Governor’s orders. If you have questions about the orders you can go to forward.ny.gov or e-mail the Finger Lakes Regional Control Room at email@example.com.