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CANTON — The St. Lawrence County Public Health Department on Wednesday reported no new cases of COVID-19. The total number of confirmed cases reported since March 25 remains at 261.

A total of 256 people have been released from isolation after recovering from the disease caused by the novel coronavirus and four people have died as a result of the virus in St. Lawrence County.

There is one active case of COVID-19 are still being tracked in the county

There are no hospitalizations for COVID-19 in St. Lawrence County.

The state Department of Health reports that 31,117 people in the county have been tested.

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Charlie McGrath

ONE case in the county and we still have businesses shut down or at reduced capacity. The politicians are crushing small business and it's time to open up. I realize that the election is 3 months ahead and if we open up it will look like we are having success at dealing with the virus. The rules are arbitrary at best. There is no science as they purport that we must follow. Casino yes, church no. Restaurants have been hit the hardest and thousands have closed forever. Luckily the virus cannot spread if you are sitting down but if you stand up it can spread. Bottom line, we elect the wrong people to make decisions for us.

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