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  • YOUTHFUL BENEFACTORS: Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital was the beneficiary of the generosity of the Lafayette Central School District’s Class of 2020. Despite all the setbacks for graduating senior celebrations this year, students sought to help others with a $1,300 donation to the hospital.
    YOUTHFUL BENEFACTORS: Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital was the beneficiary of the generosity of the Lafayette Central School District’s Class of 2020. Despite all the setbacks for graduating senior celebrations this year, students sought to help others with a $1,300 donation to the hospital.
  • MASK MESSAGE: While on campus July 14 to get an update on Upstate’s COVID-19 research, New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul took the opportunity during a press conference to remind the public of the importance of wearing a mask. She said the state continues to make great strides in working through the pandemic by expanded testing, contact tracing, quarantining and “something as simple” as wearing a mask. “This is the reason we’ve been so successful in driving the infection rate down,” she said.  
    MASK MESSAGE: While on campus July 14 to get an update on Upstate’s COVID-19 research, New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul took the opportunity during a press conference to remind the public of the importance of wearing a mask. She said the state continues to make great strides in working through the pandemic by expanded testing, contact tracing, quarantining and “something as simple” as wearing a mask. “This is the reason we’ve been so successful in driving the infection rate down,” she said.  
  • BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: Individuals seeking to be tested for COVID at Upstate Medical University’s Water Street testing site, 800 E. Water St,. are required to make an appointment by calling 315-464-2778. Testing hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The site is closed Sunday. Testing is open to any member of the public who is symptomatic or who has been directed to obtain a test. Results are available usually within 24 to 48 hours after the test. The appointment request is aimed at decreasing the wait time for a test once an individual arrives at the testing site.
    BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: Individuals seeking to be tested for COVID at Upstate Medical University’s Water Street testing site, 800 E. Water St,. are required to make an appointment by calling 315-464-2778. Testing hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The site is closed Sunday. Testing is open to any member of the public who is symptomatic or who has been directed to obtain a test. Results are available usually within 24 to 48 hours after the test. The appointment request is aimed at decreasing the wait time for a test once an individual arrives at the…
  •  PAINTING THE RESCUE MISSION: Members of the Upstate community and family and friends spent a sultry Saturday painting the Rescue Mission’s new Runaway and Homeless Emergency Youth Shelter. Earlier in the week, a group helped clear away brush at the Rescue Mission site. The Rescue Mission is Upstate’s Your Cause Charity for 2020 and Upstate is supporting the agency’s mission through volunteer efforts and a donation.
    PAINTING THE RESCUE MISSION: Members of the Upstate community and family and friends spent a sultry Saturday painting the Rescue Mission’s new Runaway and Homeless Emergency Youth Shelter. Earlier in the week, a group helped clear away brush at the Rescue Mission site. The Rescue Mission is Upstate’s Your Cause Charity for 2020 and Upstate is supporting the agency’s mission through volunteer efforts and a donation.
  • SPECIAL DELIVERY 2: Another deliver from UUP, was 2,000 isolation gowns. Previously, UUP donated 10,000 ear loop masks and 50 gallons of hand sanitizer.
    SPECIAL DELIVERY 2: Another deliver from UUP, was 2,000 isolation gowns. Previously, UUP donated 10,000 ear loop masks and 50 gallons of hand sanitizer.

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