The Livingston County Department of Health is reporting that there are four positive cases in Livingston County.
Meanwhile, the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles has suspended services.
“To help stop the spread of this disease in our community, the County strongly encourages our residents to stay at home, if at all possible, and only leave the house for essential needs, work, or physical activity with proper social distancing,” said Jennifer Rodriguez, Livingston County Public Health Director.
Older adults are a deep concern of the county. Those who do not have anyone to assist them and those who are experiencing food emergencies can call the Office for the Aging (OFA’s ) NY Connects resource line at 1-888-443-7520 to learn about resources available to them. Co
“We want to make sure that older adults who are staying home as recommended and have urgent needs for food or basic items – because they do not have the support or means to get these items – have a place to call to learn about resources to assist them,,“ said OFA Director Sue Carlock.