Garden City, NY Coronavirus Updates & News For September 29

Mineola, NY | 13h Two people tested positive for COVID-19 at Hampton Street and Mineola



Mineola, NY |
13h

Two people tested positive for COVID-19 at Hampton Street and Mineola Middle Schools. Mineola High School also recorded a case, records show

Two people tested positive for COVID-19 at Hampton Street and Mineola Middle Schools. Mineola High School also recorded a case, records showed.
Two people tested positive for COVID-19 at Hampton Street and Mineola Middle Schools. Mineola High School also recorded a case, records showed. (Google Maps Image)

MINEOLA, NY — Three Mineola schools recently recorded coronavirus cases, according to state records and district officials…. Read more



Hicksville, NY |
13h

The student was on-site but was not determined to be in close contact with other students or staff, officials say.

HICKSVILLE, NY — A Hicksville High School student has tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, but the school was not required to close, officials said…. Read more



Syosset, NY |
15h

Friendly’s, a struggling family restaurant and ice cream parlor, closed amid the coronavirus pandemic.

SYOSSET, NY — A Friendly’s restaurant in Syosset permanently closed over the weekend amid struggles brought on by the coronavirus pandemic…. Read more



Farmingdale, NY |
18h

More than half the respondents are not convinced the measures taken by local officials to reopen schools will keep the community safe.

LONG ISLAND, NY — Students have gone back to school, and Long Island/Hudson Valley families have mixed feelings on how local officials are handling education safety amid the coronavirus pandemic. More than half of those who responded to a Patch survey are not convinced that the safety measures being taken by local officials to reopen schools will keep school communities safe, but more parents believe their children are safe in… Read more

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