Warren County COVID update for Jan. 16

WARREN COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Warren County as of Sunday, January 16, has reported 150 new COVID-19 cases since Saturday. The county is currently monitoring 1,157 active cases. COVID-19 vaccines can add an extra day to women’s menstrual cycles Warren County residents are being advised that county health departments are no longer involved in COVID-19 … Read more

Warren County COVID update sees another death reported on Jan. 9

WARREN COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Warren County Health Services confirmed a death stemming from COVID-19 on Sunday. Health Services reported this individual was in their 70s, lived at home before becoming ill and died in a hospital. They said this person had not gotten vaccination. The Health Services staff and the Warren County Board of … Read more

Texas couple charged $3,973 for COVID-19 testing: ‘Makes me sick to my stomach’

AUSTIN (KXAN) – Before flying to Peru to hike the Inca trail, Suli Luque and her husband went to get tested for COVID-19. They needed to show proof of negative test results to be let into the country. The couple made an appointment at the Austin Emergency Center in Riverside — one of the many … Read more

As omicron causes more breakthrough cases, here’s what you should know

(NEXSTAR) – The latest COVID-19 variant of concern, omicron, has captured the attention of the globe. As one of the most mutated viruses ever seen by scientists, it’s also proving to cause more breakthrough cases, meaning those who are fully vaccinated, and even some with booster shots, are testing positive for the virus.  State Capitol … Read more

COVID death, Omicron variant reported in Warren County update Dec. 30

WARREN COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Warren County Health Services regrets to report an additional COVID-19 death of a Warren County resident. The resident was over the age of 100, died at a hospital, and had not been vaccinated. Officials say this person lived at home. Tracking COVID vaccinations in the Capital Region Warren County Health … Read more

COVID death reported in Warren County Dec. 26 update

WARREN COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Warren County Health Services regrets to report an additional COVID-19 death of a Warren County resident. The resident was in their 60s, died at a hospital, and had been vaccinated and lived at home before contracting coronavirus. Officials say this person had a history of comorbidities. Tracking COVID vaccinations in … Read more

Warren County COVID update Saturday, December 25

WARREN COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Warren County Health Services confirmed 72 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, as well as 59 recoveries. As of Saturday, December 25, the county was monitoring a total of 533 active coronavirus cases. Tracking COVID vaccinations in the Capital Region Health Services reports 12 Warren County residents are hospitalized as of Saturday. … Read more

Warren County COVID update for Dec. 23

WARREN COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Health Services reports 11 Warren County residents are hospitalized as of Thursday. One vaccinated patient is critical and the remainder has a moderate illness. Seven are moderately ill outside of the hospital. Health Services reported 33 of Thursday’s cases involved individuals who had been fully vaccinated. Eight of the 11 who are … Read more

MVP offering at-home COVID testing, bloodwork, other lab tests

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — MVP Health Care is offering in-home medically necessary COVID-19 PCR testing, bloodwork and other diagnostic tests to MVP members. MVP is offering the service through Scarlet Health, BioReference’s digital platform, to provide specimen collection conducted by a Scarlet Health professional in a patient’s home or office. MVP donates $10,000 to healthy … Read more

Hits ‘keep coming’: Hospitals struggle as COVID beds fill

DETROIT (AP) — Hospitals across the country are struggling to cope with burnout among doctors, nurses, and other workers, already buffeted by a crush of patients from the ongoing surge of the COVID-19 delta variant and now bracing for the fallout of another highly transmissible mutation. Ohio became the latest state to summon the National Guard … Read more