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During his daily coronavirus briefing on April 6th, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered NY PAUSE to continue through April 29th.
Mayor Benjamin Weinstock has extended the suspension of parking meters and alternate side parking regulations in the Village through April 11th. However, the Village will continue enforcing other parking regulations, including parking at a fire hydrant, blocking a bus stop or crosswalk, improper use of a handicapped or permit spot, and double parking.
As of today, New York State is reporting that there are 8,544 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Nassau County, an increase of 1,200 since yesterday. This number includes residents who have recovered from the virus. Unfortunately, 63 residents have passed away.
We have noticed that our streets and parking lots are becoming littered with discarded gloves, masks and sanitizing wipes. This is not only unsightly, but it also increases the possible spread of the COVID-19; the very disease that these precautionary items are trying to protect against.
County Executive Laura Curran and Commissioner of Police Patrick J. Ryder continue to remind the public of the Police Department’s plans and protective measures for Police Officers and Police Medics when responding to aided cases that are symptomatic of the Coronavirus.
County Executive Laura Curran, Commissioner of Police Patrick J. Ryder and OEM Commissioner Steven Morelli announce that Nassau County will begin to accept donations of medical supplies during this unprecedented National State of Emergency.
If you are a Beatles fan then you are going to love this fun and educational video tutorial on how to properly wash your hands.
Please be aware that we’ve been informed that there are people going around to buildings (in uniforms) pretending to be coronavirus cleanup crews.
As of today, New York State is reporting that 2869 residents in Nassau have tested positive for COVID-19.
The past couple of weeks have taken a heavy toll. Our everyday routines have been uprooted and the rapidly changing recommendations have been abrupt and inconsistent.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo issued an Executive Order postponing the Village election previously scheduled for March 18th. The election will be held on April 28th.
The safety and concern of our residents is our top priority. Therefore, although we are sensitive to the inconvenience it may cause, the Village has decided to close the playgrounds at Andrew J. Parise Park
All of us at Village Hall are deeply concerned for the health, safety and welfare of everyone in our Village, Country and throughout the World who are or may be affected by the COVID-19 virus.
As the health and safety of our residents is always Cedarhurst’s top priority, the Town of Hempstead Mobile Passport Day.
As concern about the ever-expanding impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) grows, the Village is working together with our County Health Department to disseminate information intended to help prevent further spreading of the virus.