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Albany County continues to see increase in coronavirus cases

Emily DeVito & WNYT Staff
Updated: October 26, 2020 05:32 PM
Created: October 26, 2020 05:31 PM

Albany County reported more than 50 new coronavirus cases over the weekend.

A few school districts in the county have switched to fully remote learning after students tested positive.

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Bethlehem Central Schools moved to all-virtual after five new cases last week.

The district says the cases are connected to a party outside of school, and those involved are not talking to the health department.

Albany County Executive Dan McCoy reminds parents to continue practicing good hygiene and being a role model by wearing your mask.

McCoy says businesses in the county cannot survive another shut down.

Hear some of his concerns by watching the video of Emily DeVito's story.


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