Monroe County: The 7-day average positivity rate in Monroe County has decreased to 6.6%, with 300 new positive cases, according to the Monroe County Health Department. The 7-day rolling average of new cases has decreased to 460 new cases per day.
The new COVID-19 vaccines have been authorized for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and are now available to four key groups:
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 are implementing new visitor restrictions, including visitor screening requirements, following state and local Department of Health recommendations.
The New York State micro-cluster action initiative is categorized into yellow, orange, and red zones. Governor Cuomo recently designated parts of Monroe County as an Orange zone.Read what yellow, orange, and red zones mean
As cases rise statewide, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that additional measures are being taken at bars, restaurants, gyms, and for private gatherings, effective Nov. 13 at 10 p.m.
New York State has replaced its travel advisory list with a new policy for travelers entering New York. Travelers who have been out of the state for 24 hours or more must:
Those who choose not to get tested must quarantine for 14 days. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says New Yorkers who are traveling out of state for less than 24 hours must also take a COVID-19 test within four days of arrival. However, this rule does not apply to New Yorkers returning from New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.
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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
While things may look a bit different when you see one of our health professionals, rest assured that we’re providing the same high-quality care that we always have.Read more
This year's flu season is more unique that any year before because of COVID-19. Here are the 2020/21 flu season numbers and final flu season numbers for 2019/20.
Here are our dietitian’s top tips for what to eat and drink during pregnancy, as well as common foods and beverages to avoid.
The CDC has recommended that four key groups receive COVID-19 vaccinations, as early supplies are limited.