Two more deaths of Cattaraugus County residents and 102 new cases were reported Wednesday by the health department.
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NEW YORK, Nov. 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Social impact organization, Catchafire, is calling on community members to give differently leading up to Tuesday, November 30th and refer their favorite Baltimore-based nonprofit to its newest initiative, Catchafire Baltimore. The Catchafire Foundation is providing Baltimore nonprofits with unlimited access to its volunteer matching platform for one year, totally free of charge, once they sign up. Baltimore nonprofits will have the ability to tap into a network of more than 100,000 skilled volunteers who will help pro bono with capacity building projects such as human resources, graphic design, grant writing, and more.
Cattaraugus County’s public health director had hoped more unvaccinated residents would be rushing to get the COVID-19 as the delta variant co…
Two more Cattaraugus County residents died from COVID-19 and 92 new positive cases were reported by the health department on Tuesday.
NEW YORK, Nov. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --
OLEAN — Monday was another somber day at the Cattaraugus County Health Department as COVID-19 deaths and new cases continue to climb.
Cattaraugus County health officials reported 85 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend while the county’s seven-day average for positivity in tes…
NEW YORK, Nov. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- National CARES Mentoring Movement ("NCMM") is providing notice of a recent data privacy event that may have affected personal information relating to certain individual consultants and employees. Although NCMM is unaware of any misuse of this information, they are providing information about the incident, steps taken since discovering the incident, and steps an individual can take to better protect against potential misuse of their information.
ALBANY, N.Y., Nov. 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Older rural New Yorkers are sicker, more disabled, and have less access to healthcare and high-speed internet than those living in urban and suburban areas. And as the population of rural New York grows older with the aging of the Baby Boom generation and an influx of retirees, younger residents leave for jobs elsewhere.