The Oneida County Health Department released more potential exposure locations on Tuesday, July 28. Separately, Madison County … Anyone at one of the below locations during the timeframe listed should monitor themselves for symptoms for two weeks, and contact their physician if symptoms develop. Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) New York State remains on PAUSE through May 15. UTICA, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente says he is moving quickly to hire people licensed in New York State to give injections for positions at COVID … Please note, numbers include the … The Oneida County Health Department (OCHD) is the owner of this page. Oneida County announced 222 new COVID-19 cases on Dec. 22, 2020, the day of the press briefing, bringing the county to 3,759 active positive cases total. The Oneida County Board of Legislators allocated $2.6 million Wednesday to pay for COVID-19 vaccination staff in the county as officials continued to report some of its highest COVID … UTICA, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The battle against COVID-19 continues in New York State and on Saturday, the Oneida County Health Department announced three … Accurate and reliable information is shared for the purpose of keeping the public informed. Oneida County COVID-19 Update for January 2, 2021 Here are the Oneida County COVID-19 case numbers as of midnight on Jan. 1. Oneida County Health Department has received notification a ninth person in Oneida County has been diagnosed with novel coronavirus infection. We monitor posts, and ask you to please keep comments respectful. To report a public health emergency or a notifiable disease after hours, contact dispatch at 715.361.5100. With COVID-19 cases rapidly rising in Oneida County, the county Health Department is in need of volunteers to assist with daily COVID-19 tasks including contact tracing. Oneida County Department of Family and Community Services (DSS) Helpline - call 315-798-5439 Oneida County Health Department COVID Helpline - call 315-798-5431 Health Clinic-Related Questions (including Hepatitis A,TB or Immunizations)- call 315-798-5747 All non-essential workers are directed to work from home, and everyone is required to wear a face covering and maintain a six-foot distance from others in public.