County Executive Ryan McMahon’s Daily Briefing – 3/28/20 Mobile Devices Needed/Upstate Medical University Online Tool

EASING LONELINESSS: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic visitation restrictions, many patients currently in the hospital cannot see family & friends at this time. To help ease their feelings of isolation, Crouse Health is helping them connect with loved ones via FaceTime & Zoom… but they’re in need of more devices.

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County Executive Ryan McMahon’s Daily Briefing – 3/28/20

Current numbers as of March 28, 2020 for additional coverage Click on the following link:

Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon’s DailySnipit 3-28-20 “…our best way to fight back, is to starve this thing…”

Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon’s DailySnipit 3-28-20

There are now over 140 cases of COVID-19, here’s the current breakdown by age:

  • 6 cases are under 19
  • 31 are in their 20s
  • 21 are in their 30s
  • 24 are in their 40s
  • 25 are in their 50s
  • 19 are in their 60s
  • 16 are in their 70s
  • 3 are in their 80s
  • 1 are in their 90s

Of all the cases, 79 are women, 67 are men.

Breakdown by location:

  • Syracuse: 47
  • Clay: 19
  • Cicero: 14
  • Salina: 12
  • DeWitt: 10
  • Camillus: 9
  • Manlius: 7
  • Onondaga: 6
  • Pompey: 6
  • Lysander: 5
  • Geddes: 3
  • Skaneateles: 3
  • LaFayette: 2
  • Spafford: 1
  • Tully: 1
  • Van Buren: 1