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If you are are concerned that you may have symptoms of COVID-19 (the CDC says symptoms are fever, cough, shortness of breath), please call your primary physician before seeking medical attention. Do not go to the emergency room unless you are in need of emergency assistance. If so, please contact the emergency room in advance so clinicians are prepared to protect themselves and other patients.

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NYS DOH GUIDANCE GOVERNOR CUOMO DAILY BRIEFINGS (on Facebook) - Summary of the most critical items during the COVID-19 crisis.

     - CDC Coronavirus COVID-19 homepage
     - People with HIV
     - People who are at higher risk
     - People with asthma
     - How to Prepare
     - Preventing Infection
     - Symptoms and Testing
     - Share Facts, Not Myths
     - Frequently Asked Questions About COVID-19
     - Managing Stress and Anxiety
     - Symptoms and Testing
     - Handouts and Posters

AUNT BERTHAFind social service programs by zip, health, housing, job training, and more.

CORONAVIRUS SANITY GUIDE - Designed for healthcare workers to help cope with stress, fear, and anxiety.


    Effective March 17, 2020, Social Security offices will only offer phone service.   ** Online Services Remain Available **
    All local Social Security offices will be closed to the public for in-person service starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020. This decision protects the population we serve  — older Americans and people with underlying medical conditions—and our employees during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. However, we are still  able to provide critical services.

FOODLINKFood-insecure households can access Emergency Food Supply Boxes in the weeks ahead. To find a distribution center call 2-1-1, text 898-211, call Foodlink at (585) 721-1720 or visit:   (Counties covered): Allegany, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming, and Yates counties) 

FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY HEALTH list of services during COVID-19 emergency

HHUNY PEER SERVICES: With a number of individuals staying home a sense of isolation is likely to be felt by many. To assist in maintaining connectivity and a social connection, NYCCP/HHUNY is making peer services available to the HHUNY network should you have members who are in need of a phone connection. The HHUNY peers are well trained and best prepared to assist with those in the community feeling anxious and alone. To request peer services, log into the Care Management portal and click on "Peer Support Services". Scroll down to the bottom of the Peer Support Services page and complete the online request form.

IN-PERSON PAROLEE REPORTS SUSPENDED IN ALL COUNTIESEffective Friday, March 20, 2020 at 5 PM, all in-person reports of individuals under state community supervision are suspended until April 17, 2020. As this public health emergency rapidly develops, the Department of Corrections will closely monitor the situation and extend this precautionary measure to a future date as necessary.

HAND SANITIZER: Black Button Distilling is now making hand sanitizer.  This is available to hospitals and at-risk communities; doctors, paramedics, nursing homes, first responders, daycares, homeless shelters, foster care facilities, rehabilitation facilities, medical clinics and other high ricks populations should use the link below and password to place there order. Deliveries will flow as fast as possible.  Password: BBDcovid19 (password is case sensitive)