MALONE — Franklin County officials reported four new positive cases of COVID-19, Wednesday.

MALONE — In response to recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Food and Drug Administration, Alice Hyde Medical Center is temporarily suspending the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.

MALONE — A day after the county’s positivity rate fell below 1% county officials reported eight new cases of COVID-19, Saturday.

MALONE — After four new cases of COVID-19 and four recent recoveries from the virus, Franklin County Manager Donna Kissane reported 60 active cases within the county Wednesday.

MALONE — Franklin County Officials are expecting to receive 140 vaccines for a point of distribution on Friday at Franklin County Courthouse, on West Main Street.

MALONE — Three new positive cases of COVID-19 were reported by county officials, Saturday, while 27 residents recently recovered from the virus.

MALONE — Franklin County is planning on hosting two points of distribution this week after a vaccination clinic was held at the Franklin County Courthouse on West Main Street in Malone, Monday.

MALONE — Franklin County is anticipating 400 vaccines this week, according to the county manager, the highest weekly total to date bound for Malone.

MALONE — County officials reported 12 positive COVID-19 cases and 10 recent recoveries, Wednesday, bringing the area’s known number of active cases to 278 infections.

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MALONE — Franklin County officials reported 23 new positive COVID-19 cases, Saturday.

MALONE — Franklin County reported eight new positive cases of COVID-19 and 13 recent recoveries on Wednesday.

MALONE — Franklin County reported 11 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 13 recent recoveries on Saturday.

ALBANY — Many state Democrats joined Republicans’ cries Friday for an independent investigation into the state’s delay in releasing COVID-19 death data in New York nursing homes and rescinding Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s broadened authority lawmakers granted at the start of the pandemic last March.

ALBANY — New Yorkers should anticipate state websites to become overwhelmed this weekend when up to 3 million additional people with underlying conditions become eligible to schedule appointments to receive coronavirus vaccines, officials said.

MALONE — Franklin County on Thursday recorded 16 new positive cases of COVID-19 — two of them correctional inmates – bringing its total number to 301 known active cases, officials said.

MALONE — Franklin County has 276 active cases of COVID-19 as of Saturday, according to county officials.

PLATTSBURGH — Residents who rode the North Country Express, Plattsburgh to Potsdam bus route on January 11, 1, 13, or 14 may have been exposed to COVID-19 according to the Franklin County Board of Health. The bus makes stops in Franklin County in the villages of Chateaugay, Malone, and Brushton.

MALONE — After recording 21 new positive cases and 14 recent recoveries since Sunday, Franklin County currently has 165 known active cases of COVID-19, officials said Monday.

MALONE — Franklin County reported 101 active cases of COVID-19, Tuesday, after 12 new positive COVID-19 cases were reported since yesterday’s report.

ALBANY — The state will use thousands of public distribution sites across New York to expedite the COVID-19 vaccine to essential workers, the elderly and eventually the general public as officials expect immunization supply to increase in the coming months.

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MALONE — Shortly after 9 a.m. on Monday, 86-year-old Theresa Knapp became the first Alice Center resident to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, beginning a day of voluntary vaccinations for residents and employees at the long-term care facility.

ALBANY — Officials established new target COVID-19 focus zones Monday as Finger Lakes and Western New York communities continue to see budding hot spots of new coronavirus infections.

MALONE – Fifteen new positive COVID-19 cases and 14 recoveries since Tuesday brought the known active positive infections in Franklin County to 150 cases, county officials said.

The Regents exams scheduled for January have been canceled statewide due to safety concerns amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

MALONE –– The number of active cases of COVID-19 in Franklin County remained stable at 14 on Wednesday after a weekend spike resulting from positive test results at The Alice Center nursing home in Malone and in Akwesasne.