A handful of East End residents are taking the novel coronavirus numbers into their own hands — tracking them, charting them and drawing their own conclusions
The talk on television and in the national news outlets may be turning more and more to “re-opening” the national economy by lifting restrictions meant to stanch the spread of the coronavirus, but in New York State, Suffolk County and on the South Fork, the virus continues to spread at disconcerting rates, officials acknowledged this week.
At least 28 residents of two South Fork nursing homes, in Southampton and Westhampton, have died from COVID-19, according to newly released data from New York State Department of Health.
Southampton Village Mayor Jesse Warren announced Saturday that a private drive-thru testing site for COVID-19 would open on Thursday, April 30.
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Stony Brook Southampton Hospital has managed to keep its care capacity, staffing and equipment supply comfortably ahead of the influx of patients suffering from acute cases of COVID-19, amid some signs of hope that the expansion of the disease in the community may be slowing thanks to social distancing mandates.
Phillip Cammann has been an EMT and paramedic for the Bridgehampton Fire Department and the Southampton Volunteer Ambulance for 40 years
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On the South Fork, managers of senior facilities are in a desperate daily fight to keep the virus outside their doors.
There are a lot of questions and a lot of unknowns about how much of a risk going about daily life poses to citizens,...
Hospital staff and health professionals throughout the East End this week are scrambling to prepare facilities for the anticipated steep increases in the number of hospitalized people they must treat as the coronavirus epidemic swells in the region.