Overall, 29 people in the county have recovered from corona-virus, and three people have died, according to a WGRZ Staff Writer. Wyoming County records one less death.
WYOMING COUNTY, N.Y. — Wyoming County Health officials reported two new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Wednesday afternoon.
There are now 55 positive cases of COVID-19 in the county. Twenty-nine people in the county have recovered from corona-virus, and three people have died. Twenty-three people are in mandatory isolation, and 31 are in mandatory quarantine.
Wyoming County residents can obtain updated information and guidance about coronavirus through the Wyoming County COVID-19 response line at (585) 786-8911. The line can be reached Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Wyoming County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has partnered with the Wyoming County United Way to help assist residents with the growing need for face masks/coverings. Wyoming County is asking any volunteers who are willing to make and donate masks to call (716) 786-8911 to arrange a drop off time at the EOC or to have them picked up. The EOC team will then distribute the masks to the community.
Wyoming County officials say the Wyoming County Community Health System, health department and emergency services are still in desperate need of N95 or procedure style mask, nitrile gloves, and protective gowns. Anyone who wants to donate supplies can contact OEM@wyomingco.net or call the health department at (585) 786-8890.