Top doctors at HealthAlliance, Northern Dutchess Hospital and Vassar Brothers Medical Center say monoclonal antibodies can be a very effective treatment for patients early in a COVID-19 infection who are not yet hospitalized.
As delta-variant driven COVID-19 cases continue to climb across the area, Ulster County will open a new vaccination site at Kingston Plaza Friday, August 20, SUNY New Paltz announced vaccines will be mandatory for students this fall and Nuvance Health will now require full vaccination for all staff by the start of October.
Kingston Mayor Steven Noble announced today that new Covid protocols will be put into place for City of Kingston buildings and staff starting Monday, August 8.
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced Tuesday that Ulster County has topped 100 active COVID-19 cases for the first time since May 24, a month after the first-case of the highly-contagious Delta variant was announced in the county.
According to Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, the county was notified today that a vaccinated Ulster County resident tested positive for the Delta strain of COVID-19, which appears to be more transmissible and likely to infect already-vaccinated individuals.
Wondering where you can get your first vaccine dose? As of Wednesday afternoon, May 12 you can go to: State-run
Ulster County’s active cases fell by 40 percent over the weekend.
Up until now, more have wanted vaccines than could get them. In the coming weeks, that will likely be reversed.
On the first day of eligibility for residents over the age of 16 to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, County Executive
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan said today that the new state-run Covid-19 vaccination site at the Ulster County Fairgrounds in