Broome Health Department Issues COVID Advisory for Johnson City Church
The Broome County Health Department is advising people who attended Two Rivers Church on November 15, they may have been exposed to the coronavirus.
The Health Department says it has learned that a person who was at the church at 1 Chrisfield Avenue in Johnson City, on November 15th has tested positive for COVID-19.
Officials advise anyone who was at Two Rivers during the Children’s Service between 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on the 15th to self-quarantine until November 30th .
The Health Department says the advisory applies to anyone who was at a location during the date/time for 10 or more minutes.
As always, the Health Department says you should contact your healthcare provider if you develop symptoms.
Testing is available for all New Yorkers at the NYS drive through testing site at Binghamton University. To make an appointment call 1-888-364-3065.
Officials from local experts to leading national authorities continue to stress the importance of wearing masks when out in public, maintaining at least six feet physical distance if possible and frequently wash your hands in order to block the spread of the coronavirus and COVID-19.
If you feel sick and do not need immediate assistance, please contact your healthcare provider via phone or virtual health with questions prior to heading to the emergency room.