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COVID-19 UPDATES
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GENERAL INFORMATION

Click HERE to visit the NYS Vaccination website

Click HERE to visit the CDC Website

Click HERE to visit the WHO Website

Click HERE to visit the New York State Department of Health Website

Click HERE to visit Governor Cuomo's website

Click HERE to visit the Orange County Department of Health Website

Click HERE to visit the Village of Tuxedo Park's Vaccine Information Page

NYS COVID-19 Hotline 1-888-364-3065 (open 24 hours)
Anthony Wayne Testing Area 888-364-3065
NYS Vaccination Hotline 1-833-NYS-4VAX.

MOST RECENT LOCAL COVID-19 UPDATES

CURRENT COVID-19 UPDATES FROM THE COUNTY & THE STATE

Update From County Executive Steve Neuhaus - Posted 9/23/2021

COVID-19 UPDATES FROM OUTREACH TUXEDO

Call Father Rick 917 658 6314  or Sue Heywood, St Mary's Outreach Chair, 845 351 3473 for assistance

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MOST RECENT COVID-19 UPDATES FROM THE VILLAGE OF TUXEDO PARK

Living in Tuxedo Park & COVID-19

Message from the Mayor.

One cannot understate the impact of the tragic loss of our loved ones during this pandemic. Our prayers go out to everyone who has lost a loved one. The pandemic has taken its toll on our economy as well. Unfortunately, some businesses will not recover. But we move forward, despite the adversity. As I sit here writing this message, the Olympics are playing in my living room. In the background, I hear the commentators discussing our athlete's road to the Olympics, American stories of grit and determination, and I am inspired.

We will come out of this pandemic, not the same, changed forever, but we will come out of it, and we will move forward.

Those of us who live in Tuxedo Park have much to be thankful for because our community provides the best in peacefulness, beauty, and the ability to enjoy the fresh air in all seasons. We are a gated community with exceptional security, and we were able to coexist with each other with no community spread through June of 2021. This is extraordinary.

During the COVID-19 "Stay-at-Home" order, we were at peak capacity, with over 100% occupancy of the majority of our 332 homes. Fresh air, road safety measures, and our geographic location each played a role in staying two steps ahead of this virus. I decided to get the vaccine in March 2021. I received both Moderna jabs.

Recently we are experiencing a slight uptick and have had our case of community spread. With quick and thoughtful disclosure, it has remained minimal. 

Mayor McFadden


Latest COVID-19 UPDATES

Reported Cases in Tuxedo Park - The number of known cases COVID-19 from January 2021 through June 2021 is unknown. We began informally tracking cases again in July when the CDC reported on breakthrough cases (vaccinated individuals).

In July 2021, to date, we had a total of seven known cases of COVID-19. Six of the seven cases are breakthrough cases (vaccinated individuals) with two suspected cases of community-spread. As of July 30, 2021, six of the seven people have recovered, and the seventh most recent case is reaching the end of their recovery. Meaning by mid-week we will not have any active cases. I am not aware of any current hospitalizations. Contact tracing of cases is done at the county and state levels.

Considering the census population of 623 Tuxedo Park residents and the fact that we have hundreds of non-residents entering the Park daily to work or visit our residents and clubs, our number of cases is not a cause for alarm. Each month we average 15,000 vehicles passing through our gates. However, cases in Orange County are rising rapidly, and the CDC has published a caution regarding masks today - August 2, 2021. Please refer to the CDC for the latest guidance on masks, social distancing, hygiene, and vaccinations.

Don't hesitate to contact me if you have verifiable information to share to help me keep the cases updated at dmcfadden@tuxedopark-ny.gov.

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MOST RECENT COVID-19 UPDATES FROM THE TOWN OF TUXEDO
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MOST RECENT COVID-19 UPDATES FROM THE TUXEDO UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICRT

TUFSD Positive Case 9-16-21

Dear Tuxedo Families, Faculty and Staff:
 
The purpose of this letter is to inform you that Tuxedo UFSD was notified of an individual at George Grant Mason Elementary School who has tested positive for COVID-19. This is a new case that has been reported to the District. Due to HIPAA, we are legally prohibited from disclosing any personally identifiable information about the individual or family.

Any staff member or parent/guardian of a child who has been exposed has already been notified of this exposure and directed to quarantine by the school nurse. If your child has been told to quarantine they will not be able to participate in after-school activities.
 
As always, the health and safety of students and employees is our top priority. We appreciate your continued support.


Sincerely,

Jeffrey T. White
Superintendent of Schools

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MORE RESOURSES & ARCHIVED UPDATES FROM THE COUNTY & THE STATE

  • Click here to visit the NYC Covid-19 Citywide Information Portal
  • Click here for additional Orange County Covid-19 Health Information
  • Click here for a full list of Orange County Community Resources during the Pandemic
  • Click here for Covid-19 Resources for Nonprofits and Community-Based Oranginzations
  • Click here for the New York State Small Business Development Center Covid-19 Response Info
  • Click here for the New York State Office of Mental Health
  • Click here for New York State Education Department Covid resources for Families & Communities

 


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Update From County Executive Steve Neuhaus - Posted 9/21/2021

Update From County Executive Steve Neuhaus - Posted 9/16/2021

Orange County Town-by-Town Map of Positive Cases - Posted 9/23/2021

As of September 23 Tuxedo has 17 active active cases of Covid-19

Click here to visit the Orange County NY Active Covid Cases by Town Website


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Dear Neighbors, 

I hope you are all safe, well, and taking good care as we finally enter spring. My top priority continues to be getting our district the access to vaccines it desperately needs. I’m delighted to share that a permanent, state-run vaccine site is coming to Orange County at the SUNY Orange campus in Middletown. It remains urgent that a state site be established in Rockland County, something I'm continuing to push for every day. 

Simply put: I made it clear to state officials that I would not rest until west-of-Hudson was provided with an accessible rollout of the vaccine. As one of the highest impacted regions in the state, this announcement was a long time coming and the culmination of countless discussions with the state. I continue pushing feverishly for a state vaccine site to open in Rockland County, and recently co-sponsored a bill that would mandate the state to do so. 

I know things continue to change rapidly and I will continue to keep everyone posted. Below you’ll find a comprehensive breakdown of the latest vaccine updates. Of course, my office is always here if you need our assistance. Call us at 845-567-1270 or send an email to skoufis@nysenate.gov



Community Resources: 

  • If you know or suspect someone despicably price gouging, please report it by calling 1-800-697-1220 or Local Consumer Affairs at 845-360-6700. 
  • The New York State Department of Health has set up a 24-Hour Hotline Number: 1-888-364-3065 and informational website. 
  • The CDC's Recommendations for vulnerable populations can be found here.
  • The CDC Guidelines for Childcare Centers and K-12 Schools can be found here
  • Online Alcoholics-Anonymous Meetings can be found here. 
  • Legal Services of the Hudson Valley can help navigate housing/landlord issues: 877-574-8529. 
  • Orange County Department of Health: 845-291-2332
  • Rockland County Department of Health: 845-364-2512
  • Ulster County Department of Health: 845-340–3150

 

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