The Saratoga County Department of Public Health today announced that there are 139 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Saratoga County and 19 of those individuals are hospitalized at this time.
Saratoga County Department of Public Health continues to advise the practice of physical distancing, recognize its benefits, and avoid becoming complacent.
“This is our ‘new normal’ for now, as we continue to fight against COVID-19,” said Cathi Duncan, Director of the Saratoga County Department of Public Health. “By following these guidelines people will help prevent the spread of this virus and save lives. Our community is in this together, and we’ll get through it together.”
Yesterday, the county received a donation of 54,000 gloves from GlobalFoundries in Malta. The Saratoga County COVID-19 Command Center team is grateful for the recent donations of PPE.
The Saratoga County Office of Emergency Services also received a shipment of PPE yesterday from the New York State supply stockpile, which will be distributed to healthcare providers working on the front lines to stop the spread of COVID-19.