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Kendal at Ithaca Reaches 100% Vaccination

An Ithaca nursing home has become one of the first in the state to reach 100 percent vaccination of both residents and workers. According to WSYR the Kendal at Ithaca facility is one of just 13 nursing homes to reach the mark in New York State. The facility houses 340 residents over the age of…

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Not all healthcare workers in New York State are required to have a Covid-19 vaccination.

Not all healthcare workers in New York State  are required to have a Covid-19 vaccination.  Governor Cuomo’s August  mandate requiring vaccinations by September 27th only covers agencies regulated by the state Department of Health or the state university system.  Governor Hochul announced on Thursday that she “did not have the authority” to mandate employee vaccinations…

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Remembering Bishop Cecil A. Malone

SUMMARY Juneteenth is now officially a federal holiday. President Biden signed it into law on Thursday, making today Juneteenth’s first federal recognized celebration. Businesses are closed. Many Government employees have the day off. The day celebrates the emancipation of black men and women from enslavement in the United States.  But that  passage of history is…

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Coronavirus Update, February 16, 2021

A Siena College poll shows that Cuomo’s approval with voters has barely changed with his handling of the pandemic. The poll was conducted after Attorney General Letitia James reported that COVID caused nursing home deaths in New York have been undercounted by the thousands. The Cuomo administration has withheld New York nursing home data throughout…

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Coronavirus Update, January 27, 2021

On Friday, Governor Cuomo announced he would allow higher risk sports to resume on February 1st, subject to local health department approval. Tompkins Public Health Director, Frank Kruppa, DID approve sports locally with additional requirements and precautions. Approved high risk sports for Tompkins County include; football, wrestling, ice hockey, rugby, and basketball.  In addition to…

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