These data and charts, compiled and created by Town Supervisor Bettez demonstrate that we are clearly in the second wave. Our daily positive infection rate is on a clear uptick, and our current infection rate of about 1.7 new cases
“To stop the spread of COVID-19, New York needs each of us to do our part. One way you can help yourself and your community is by participating in our newly launched mobile contract tracing app COVID Alert NY. COVID
Here is a summary of our interventions to date: Added signage about social distancing compliance in the form of lawn signs along and adjacent to our trails and open spaces, as well as flyers distributed to and posted at local
The K-12 Working Parents Remote Learning Working Group charge is to: Inventory local locations/sites, staffing, and funds for child care; Monitor state regulations as they relate to child care and learning, as well as identifying any needed state level advocacy
July 12th-19th is Ulster County Get Tested Week! Get Tested Week aims to encourage residents to get tested for COVID-19. All Ulster County residents are eligible to get tested. During testing a nasal swab, oral swab or saliva sample may
PLEASE SHARE THAT YOU HAVE TAKEN THE PLEDGE!
In New Paltz we have had a total of 86 confirmed COVID-19 cases; currently we have 3 active cases, and sadly we have lost 4 of our community members to the coronavirus. Currently Ulster County has 143 active cases. The
As of yesterday, Governor Cuomo’s office has cleared the Mid-Hudson Valley to enter Phase 3 today (Tuesday, June 23, 2020). Business guidance for for Phase 3 of the state’s re-opening plan is available here.
Important announcement from the New Paltz Central School District about the return of absentee ballots https://www.newpaltz.k12.ny.us/site/default.aspx?PageID=1 Ballots must be returned by 5 PM June 9 deadline and per the Governor’s executive order, ballots received after 5 PM on June 9