Rockland officials warn of possible coronavirus exposure at 3 houses of worship, 1 adult care center

Rockland officials say community members could have potentially been exposed to the coronavirus at three houses of worship and an adult care center in the county.

News 12 Staff

Mar 19, 2020, 12:31 AM

Updated 1,530 days ago

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Rockland officials warn of possible coronavirus exposure at 3 houses of worship, 1 adult care center
Rockland officials say community members could have potentially been exposed to the coronavirus at three houses of worship and an adult care center in the county. 
Rockland County Executive Ed Day and County Health Commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert are asking community members to self-quarantine if they visited Ohr Chaim Synagogue, the First Church of Nyack, L’Dor adult care facility and Karlin Stolin Synagogue.
Officials say anyone who was at Ohr Chaim Synagogue in Monsey and the First Church of Nyack on March 8 must quarantine until March 23.
Anyone who was at L’Dor adult care facility in New City on March 11, March 12 or March 13 needs to quarantine until March 28.
Those who were at the Karlin Stolin Synagogue in Monsey on March 16 are asked to quarantine until March 31.
 Officials say the county has a total of 45 positive cases of the coronavirus and urge all residents to stay home.
For quarantine information from the Rockland County Department of Health 
New York State Department of Health’s Novel Coronavirus 24-hour hotline can be reached at 1-888-364-3065 or call 211 for local COVID-19 information and resources. You can also visit Rockland County’s coronavirus (COVID-19) webpage or Facebook page or Twitter page.
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