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Here are the top stories for Monday, March 30th: US Navy hospital ship arrives in NYC; NY governor issues plea for medical volunteers; Spain marks day of mourning while Italy sees glimmer of hope; Organizers set 2021 date for Tokyo ...

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Not the first ‘Stay at Home’ order in Syracuse to protect each other

We have just entered our third week of staying at home to avoid spreading the highly contagious Coronavirus in the Syracuse area. In June of 1943, families in Syracuse were 18 months into orders that included staying home at night, ...

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Churchill: Amid coronavirus crisis, dishonesty about New York’s ventilators

The Times Union has lifted the paywall on this developing coverage to provide critical information to our community. To support our journalists’ work, consider a digital subscription. ALBANY — If you know anything about the coronavirus pandemic in New York, ...

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Feeling anxious, alone during the pandemic? NY has a hotline to help

The Times Union has lifted the paywall on this developing coverage to provide critical information to our community. To support our journalists’ work, consider a digital subscription. ALBANY — If the coronavirus pandemic has left you feeling anxious, sad or ...

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SUNY Potsdam students react to having COVID-19: ‘But I’m not sick!’

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) – The 5 students with confirmed cases of COVID-19 at SUNY Potsdam came from high-risk areas. Only one showed any symptoms at all. They had one reaction when they found out they have the new coronavirus. “’But ...

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Mississippi companies shift work amid pandemic

As the country hunkers down and people shelter in place amid the coronavirus pandemic, several Mississippi businesses have shifted their production lines in an effort to help stay afloat and provide much-needed services. (March 30) …read more Thank you Source: ...

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Think your employer isn’t following COVID-19 mandates? NY’s AG wants you to report them

Do you not feel safe at work during these uncertain times of COVID-19? Attorney General Letitia James is urging employees to file complaints against employers ignoring NYS executive orders. SEE ALSO|Essential vs. non-essential: Guidelines in NY on business closuresNew York ...

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18 parole violators in Onondaga County released due to coronavirus pandemic

Eighteen parole violators have been released from the Jamesville Correctional Facility and the Onondaga County Justice Center under the governor’s order in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Onondaga County Sheriff Gene Conway says that he doesn’t know about the parole ...

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COVID-19 Monday night: the numbers, how it’s affecting the north country

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) – The number of people testing positive COVID-19 in the north country climbed to 37 on Monday. St. Lawrence County had the most with 23 cases, which includes a cluster of students at SUNY Potsdam. Jefferson County ...

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