Albany County reports no new COVID cases for first time since August
There’s good news in Albany County in the fight against coronavirus.
Albany County Executive Dan McCoy announced for the first time since August 25, 2020, there were no new cases of COVID reported on Monday.
He also said the county hasn’t had a new death since June 19.
The county executive said despite this good news, COVID variants are still a threat and people need to continue to get vaccinated.
Nearly 60% of the county’s population is fully vaccinated.