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Posted on: March 12, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Parks & Rec; Theodore Young Community Center CLOSED till March 23rd- due to Coronavirus

If you have symptoms of coronavirus -fever and cough, congestion, or shortness of breath - call the
WP Hospital hotline for further screening at 914-681-2900.
Parks & Rec; Theodore Young Community Center programs closed till March 23rd due to coronavirus


  • If you have symptoms of coronavirus -fever and cough, congestion, or shortness of breath - call the

WP Hospital hotline for further screening at 914-681-2900.

 

  • Concerned about exposure, but have no symptoms? Call the NYS DOH at

888-364-3065



PARKS AND RECREATION PROGRAMS CANCELLED FROM MARCH 13 TO MARCH 23

n order to protect our vulnerable population of seniors, in an abundance of caution, all Greenburgh Parks and Recreation programs, classes and buildings will be closed tomorrow, Friday, March 13, through Friday, March 20. 


We anticipate resuming programming on Monday, March 23.  The facilities will be closed to the public,  but department staff will be available from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm throughout the closure to answer questions by email or by telephone.


Updates will be posted on the Parks and Recreation website at www.Greenburghny.com/parks.


 

THEODORE YOUNG COMMUNITY CENTER PROGRAMS CLOSED MARCH 13 TO MARCH 23We will be closing ALL programs as of Friday, March 13th and anticipate resuming Monday, March 23rd.  The facility will be closed to the public but department staff will be available from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

 


New York State Department of Health

There is an outbreak of a new illness called COVID-19

caused by a novel (new) coronavirus which can cause

moderate to severe respiratory illness. If you have

developed a fever, cough or have trouble breathing

seek medical care right away.

• Call before going to your healthcare provider,

urgent care or emergency room.

• Tell them the symptoms you are experiencing.

• Wear a mask before entering the clinic.

• Hand them this card.

For Triage Sta­/Clinicians:

• Use Standard, Contact and Airborne precautions and eye protection.

• Place the patient in an Airborne infection Isolation Room (AIIR) if

possible. If not available, place patient in a private examination room

with the door closed. Do not use the room for other patients until the

local health department advises it is permissible.

• Notify infection control and your state/local health department

immediately.

• Local health department contacts:

https://www.nysacho.org/directory/

For more information

www.cdc.gov/nCoV

health.ny.gov/coronavirus

If you have traveled from a­fected areas

with ongoing community spread

of COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus)

in the last 14 days:

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