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2021 News Archives

Monticello, NY – Sullivan County Public Health Services is alerting anyone who visited Holiday Mountain Ski Area in Monticello on the following date and time that they may have been exposed to someone who has since tested positive for COVID-19:

  • Sunday, January 17, between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.

“The individual became symptomatic on Jan. 19 and is…

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Tiffany Kahn, RN, gives Fallsburg Police Chief Simmie Williams the #SullivanSafe sticker after getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

Tiffany Kahn, RN, gives Fallsburg Police Chief Simmie Williams the #SullivanSafe sticker after getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

Liberty, NY – Sullivan County Public Health Services successfully administered 165 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to a group of essential workers on Thursday, January 21, and today the County began vaccinating residents over 65 years of age.…

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Liberty, NY – To meet numerous public requests to be notified of upcoming vaccination clinics, Sullivan County Public Health Services, in collaboration with the Division of Information Technology Services (ITS) and the Emergency Community Assistance Center (ECAC), today launched an online signup form open to local and regional residents.

“Our offices have received hundreds of calls…

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** UPDATE: All available appointments have been booked. We will announce when more clinics are scheduled, vaccine supplies permitting. **

Liberty, NY – Sullivan County Public Health Services will administer COVID-19 vaccine to registrants over 65 years of age beginning Friday, January 22. Clinics have also been scheduled for January 25, 26 and 27.

“We have…

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Liberty, NY – An error on a State website inaccurately listed Sullivan County – specifically Public Health Services’ office in Liberty – as hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic tomorrow (Friday, January 15).

“Sullivan County has NO vaccination clinics scheduled for tomorrow,” Public Health Director Nancy McGraw stated. “Area providers who have requested vaccine, as well as Public…

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Liberty, NY – Following the initial rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine with local healthcare organizations and the subsequent major expansion of those eligible to receive the vaccine, Sullivan County Public Health Services will undertake mass COVID-19 vaccinations as early as the week of January 25 at SUNY Sullivan in Loch Sheldrake, supplies permitting.

“As a key leader in the response…

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Monticello, NY – The Sunset Lake Local Development Corporation (LDC) Board today sent the Sullivan County Legislature a list of three recommended companies to operate the Care Center at Sunset Lake (the Sullivan County Adult Care Center) and the Certified Home Health Agency (CHHA), both based in Liberty.

By unanimous vote on Monday, the five-member LDC Board has recommended the…

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Liberty, NY – “Sullivan County Public Health Services (SCPHS) is very excited by the Governor’s announcement regarding the vaccination of Priority Group 1A and now, Priority Group 1B,” announced Public Health Director Nancy McGraw today.

“We have been partnering with Garnet Health and coordinating planning efforts Countywide, providing staffing and logistical support for the ongoing…

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Liberty, NY – Sullivan County Public Health Services today launched a page on the County’s website, specifically devoted to sharing the latest information and answering questions about the COVID-19 vaccines now being distributed.

“It’s vital that everyone in Sullivan County have accurate, up-to-date info about these important and potentially life-saving vaccines,” Public Health…

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