First responder antibody testing begins Monday at Westchester County Center

Antibody testing to begin Monday at Westchester County Center. It will target first responders, then be opened up to members of the public.

News 12 Staff

May 1, 2020, 5:37 PM

Updated 1,488 days ago

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First responder antibody testing begins Monday at Westchester County Center
 
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Westchester County Executive George Latimer is providing a coronavirus update.
  • Latimer thanks the Greater New York Auto Dealers Association for donation of 50,000 masks to the county.
  • Latimer: COVID-19 numbers "continue to show an encouraging trend in Westchester County."
  • There are 29,232 total confirmed cases in the county. Of those, there are 6,756 active cases.
  • Latimer says 9% of all county residents have been tested for COVID-19.
  • Latimer: 1,049 Westchester residents have died so far from COVID-19. 85% of those deaths have come from people who are 65 and older.
  • Antibody testing to begin Monday at Westchester County Center. It will target first responders, then be opened up to members of the public. 
  • Dunwoodie and Sprain Lake golf courses in Yonkers to open this weekend. Masks will be required. 
  • Bicycle Sunday to return Sunday on Bronx River Parkway. 
  • Westchester County Economic Development - The Catalyst
  • The county executive says he is working with funeral directors and cemeteries to deal with amount of COVID-19 victims. Latimer says the county has obtained refrigerated vehicles to deal with overload.
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