Monroe County: The 7-day average positivity rate in Monroe County currently stands at 11.4%, according to the Monroe County Health Department. The 7-day rolling average of new cases is now at 1,011 new cases per day.
The COVID-19 vaccines have been authorized for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and are now available to all individuals 12 years of age and older that reside within the United States.
The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is also authorized by the FDA for children ages 5-11.
Health officials have learned lots about how you can stay protected against COVID-19, how it spreads, who's most at risk, and what you should do if you test positive for COVID-19. Get many of these questions answered and more in our coronavirus resource guide.
Rochester Regional Health Immediate Care locations accept walk-in evaluations and will test based on the testing criteria. Learn more about who can get tested, where you can get tested, and how much a test costs, in our new COVID-19 testing guide.
All Rochester Regional Health hospital facilities have implemented visitor restrictions, including visitor screening requirements, following state and local Department of Health recommendations.
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Here are a list of ways you can support our frontline medical teams and patients at our hospitals and programs.View ways you can help
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