Red Cross to host blood drive in honor of essential workers, other updates

first_imgFor a map detailing where cases are located, click here. He says he is working to get the state government to allow larger numbers at graduation ceremonies. Graduations June 10 Broome County coronavirus update In total, 607 cases have been reported. Red Cross blood donation Red Cross staff ask people who are interested in donating blood to make an appointment. Coronavirus numbers Those who donate blood will receive a $5 Amazon giftcard that is sent via email, a Red Cross reusable bag and a save around coupon book. There are 70 active cases of the coronavirus in Broome County. 48 people have died from the virus and 489 recovered. Garnar says the current limit of 150 people, imposed by the state, at a ceremony is too small and unrealistic for students and their families. The county executive says its important that graduations are under local control. The county announced two more deaths from the coronavirus Wednesday. One victim, a Willow Point Nursing Home resident, was a female in her 90s. The other was a male in his 70s. (WBNG) — The American Red Cross of Broome County will host a blood drive dedicated to essential workers during the pandemic. The blood drive will be held at Traditions at the Glen at 4101 Watson Blvd. in Johnson City from 1 to 6 p.m. Thursday. Broome County Executive Jason Garnar says he is asking schools to submit proposals for graduation ceremonies.last_img

first_imgFor a map detailing where cases are located, click here. He says he is working to get the state government to allow larger numbers at graduation ceremonies. Graduations June 10 Broome County coronavirus update In total, 607 cases have been reported. Red Cross blood donation Red Cross staff ask people who are interested in donating blood to make an appointment. Coronavirus numbers Those who donate blood will receive a $5 Amazon giftcard that is sent via email, a Red Cross reusable bag and a save around coupon book. There are 70 active cases of the coronavirus in Broome County. 48 people have died from the virus and 489 recovered. Garnar says the current limit of 150 people, imposed by the state, at a ceremony is too small and unrealistic for students and their families. The county executive says its important that graduations are under local control. The county announced two more deaths from the coronavirus Wednesday. One victim, a Willow Point Nursing Home resident, was a female in her 90s. The other was a male in his 70s. (WBNG) — The American Red Cross of Broome County will host a blood drive dedicated to essential workers during the pandemic. The blood drive will be held at Traditions at the Glen at 4101 Watson Blvd. in Johnson City from 1 to 6 p.m. Thursday. Broome County Executive Jason Garnar says he is asking schools to submit proposals for graduation ceremonies.last_img

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