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Sullivan County Warns Of Possible COVID Exposure At A Pizzeria

COVID-19 was first identified in December 2019 in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China and has now been detected in 37 locations across the globe, including in the U.S., according to the CDC.
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In New York, Sullivan County health officials say there have been positive COVID-19 cases associated with a pizzeria.

Sullivan County Public Health officials say people who went to Paesano’s Pizzeria Main Street in Liberty on August 25, 26 and/or 27 may have been exposed to someone who was actively contagious with COVID-19. Health officials urge visitors on these date to contact Public Health Service at 845-292-5910.  As of September 3, there are seven active cases of COVID-19 associated with this location, two of which are also connected to exposures at Nelly’s Sports Bar on Broadway in Monticello on Saturday, August 15. Paesano’s voluntarily closed on August 28 and will remain closed at least until September 8 after an inspection by the state Department of Health District Office in Monticello.

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