The County Health Department confirmed two more locations of potential exposure at Riccardi Funeral Home on North Main and Hairy Tony’s on Main Street, both in the city of Cortland.
Anyone who visited Riccardi’s between 4-7 pm last Wednesday (Oct. 21) or Hairy Tony’s on the same date from 12-1 pm should monitor for symptoms for 14 days.
Active cases dropped by one to now 109, with three people still hospitalized and 800 being monitored.
In Onondaga County, Executive Ryan McMahon said he expects to reach a new-high today in number of positives since the pandemic began.
After breaking a single-day record Wednesday with 70 new cases, the county reported another 50 yesterday, linking more than half to a preventable community spread.
McMahon said officials will be out in force this weekend to ensure Halloween doesn’t cause that trend to continue.