BOONVILLE- Adirondack Central School has confirmed their first case of the novel coronavirus, the district announced via a letter on Friday.
Superintendent of School Edward Niznik emphasized that the district is collaborating with the public health department with contact tracing and other protocols.
The school continues to adhere to current guidelines for student learning, Niznik added. No other details were available in the letter.
This confirmed case is among a total of 19 new infections announced by Oneida County health officials Friday. 126 cases remain active out of 2,638 positives altogether.
Since testing began in March, 128 people have passed away from virus related complications. County Executive Anthony Picente reports 8 patients that remain hospitalized with virus related complications.
Read Lewis County's latest update here.
Herkimer County reported 4 new infections Friday, according to health officials. 23 cases remain active, with no one hospitalized from virus related complications, authorities confirmed.
10 people have passed away from COVID-19 related complications since testing began in March and 384 infections have been recorded, health officials report.
Jefferson County has 310 total infections as of Friday, with 25 of them currently active, health officials said.
No one is hospitalized with virus related complications. The county has witnessed 1 virus related death since testing began in March, officials said.