The first person to die of COVID-19 coronavirus passed away on Monday, according to Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente at Tuesday's COVID briefing. "We can't say enough how sorry we our and our goal is to keep that number as low as possible," said Picente. No information was released on the fatality.
There are four more positive COVID-19 cases in Oneida County, according to County Executive Anthony Picente, who spoke to the media during his daily coronavirus briefing on Saturday. Picente, who confirmed Oneida County now has 28 confirmed cases, was accompanied by Oneida County Director of Health, Phyllis Ellis.