Rockland County’s Health Commissioner has issued a ‘Standing Isolation Order’ which directs people who test positive for the coronavirus to stay home for specific periods of time, depending on the symptoms. Violators could face fines of up to $2,000 a day. Rockland County Executive Ed Day says this will help curb the spread of the virus…
As of late Wednesday there were 1,069 reported positive cases of coronavirus in Rockland, including seven deaths. If you have general COVID-19 concerns or questions, call the New York Health Department’s 24-hour hotline at 1-888-364-3065, or check out the websites below:
Though the Senate unanimously passed the $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill late last night, New York’s governor wasn’t happy with the plan, calling it terrible. Andrew Cuomo said yesterday New York only gets about four billion dollars from the two trillion dollar package…
New York’s U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer said lawmakers will have a chance to bring home more aid in future relief packages. The legislation would set up a lending fund for industries, cities and states, send checks to many Americans and create a loan program for small businesses.