Tompkins County doesn’t have a confirmed case of the Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean officials aren’t taking the problem seriously.
Tompkins County administrator Jason Molino declares a state of emergency. Schools all closed until April 13. #twithaca
— Matt Butler (@AllegedButler) March 13, 2020
The closure is expected to last until April 12th at this time.
“The last few weeks have been unprecedented for our community and the nation as a whole,” Molino said, per the Ithaca Times’ reporting. “Public Health Director Frank Kruppa has recommended that public schools throughout the county close to students to limit the spread of this virus in our community.”
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