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Latimer says Trumps contracting Covid should bring compassion; CT, NY governors...

“This pandemic is serious and if it can reach the President of the United States and the people around him then it can reach any of us,” Westchester County Executive George Latimer told the Business Journal.

Westchester Health Commissioner Amler praised for Covid-19 Heroes honor

Westchester County’s Executive George Latimer has issued a news release praising Dr. Sherlita Amler, the county’s health commissioner, who has been named a Covid-19...

Westchester schools closed as emergency declared over COVID-19; Latimer sees ‘economic...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwt2mEsZ_II   Standing on the steps of the County Office Building in White Plains, Westchester County Executive George Latimer on Monday afternoon signed papers declaring that...

New Rochelle rabbi has COVID-19; County Executive Latimer tells residents to...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqktCWx2Sno A rabbi at the temple Young Israel of New Rochelle, which is where the 50-year-old attorney who was the first person to be diagnosed...

26 travelers quarantined in Westchester County over coronavirus concerns

  Just as the number of 2019 novel coronavirus cases worldwide was being reported as having spread to 29 countries, Westchester County officials announced on...

Westchester medical experts say no reason to panic over coronavirus

“There are things about the coronavirus that we don't know and so that makes it a little bit more difficult, having those uncertainties,” Westchester...

New York targets retailers selling e-cigarettes to minors

The state police and the Health Department will join forces to conduct undercover investigations under The Adolescent Tobacco Use Prevention Act.

Mount Kisco restaurant cited for potential Hepatitis A exposure

Patrons who ate at Winston between April 24 and May 3 are urged to get a vaccine.

County cuts leased space, sees savings

Westchester County expects to save about $2 million over five years by downsizing the health department’s leased space in New Rochelle and moving programs to county-owned buildings.