Third COVID-19 Death in Onondaga County ‘Potential Exposure at Manlius Tops Friendly Markets‘ – Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon’s Daily Briefing (UPDATE)

Potential Exposure at Manlius Tops Friendly Markets as more COVID 19 is detected in the community. Second CENTRO employee tests positive for COVID 19. Total cases have increased to 301, There have been 4,054 tests with results: 301 positive and 3,753 negative. Currently, there are 484 pending tests. Updates as this story changes by the hour.

Message from Onondaga County Executive J. Ryan McMahon, “If you’re healthy and you want to stay healthy, the safest thing to do is, STAY HOME!!!”

Third COVID-19 Death in Onondaga County

The Onondaga County Health Department has received notification of a confirmed COVID-19 death, the third in Onondaga County. “Our deepest condolences to the family of this individual, as a community we must do everything it takes to prevent the spread of COVID-19” said Dr. Indu Gupta, Onondaga County Commissioner of Health. “This individual was a male, in their eighties and with significant underlying health conditions and was hospitalized. For reasons of medical privacy, the Department will not be releasing additional information,” said Gupta.

 Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

Dr. Gupta stated that “there are now cases in our community that are results of community spread. These cases are people who’ve received a positive diagnosis without having knowledge of a direct contact with an infected person or travel to an affected area. This should be cause for great concern and should emphasize the continued for strict social distancing and staying home when sick.” The public needs to step up and protect not just themselves, but others in our community who are most vulnerable to getting severely ill. You can review how to protect yourself here.

Everyone should be monitoring themselves for symptoms of COVID-19 such as fever, cough, and/or difficulty breathing. If symptoms do develop, stay home and call your doctor for further guidance about testing. If you are elderly, have underlying medical conditions, or are immunocompromised, call your doctor even if your illness is mild. In an emergency call 911. If you have symptoms and do not have a doctor, call Upstate University Hospital’s Triage Line at 315.464.3979 and you will be advised about testing.

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County Executive Ryan McMahon’s Daily Briefing

“If you’re healthy and you want to stay healthy, the safest thing to do is, STAY HOME!!!”

Numbers:

  • 4,054 tests with results: 301 positive and 3,753 negative.
  • There remain 484 pending tests.

166 are female and 135 are male

  • 9 are under 19,
  • 67 in their 20s,
  • 47 in their 30s,
  • 46 in their 40s,
  • 51 in their 50s,
  • 44 in their 60s,
  • 24 in their 70s
  • 11 in their 80s.
  • 2 in their 90s

Breakdown by municipality:

  • City of Syracuse – 99
  • Clay – 31
  • Camillus – 21
  • DeWitt – 21
  • Salina – 21
  • Cicero – 19
  • Onondaga – 17
  • Manlius – 15
  • Pompey – 13
  • Geddes – 11
  • Lysander – 9
  • Skaneateles – 7
  • Van Buren – 4
  • LaFayette – 3
  • Marcellus – 3
  • Otisco – 3
  • Tully – 2
  • Fabius – 1
  • Spafford – 1