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Posted on: November 25, 2020

Mayor McCarthy Statement: Code Enforcement Officer Tests Positive for COVID-19

SCHENECTADY – Mayor Gary McCarthy released the following statement:

“On Tuesday, November 24, 2020, we were informed that a City of Schenectady Code Enforcement Officer tested positive for COVID-19. Schenectady County Public Health was immediately notified and began proper contact tracing in accordance with their guidelines.

“Schenectady County Public Health has notified any individual who may need to quarantine or be tested. The Bureau of Code Enforcement will remain open by appointment only and essential Code Enforcement operations will continue as needed.”


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