The Genesee and Orleans County health departments will be on the road next week with “pop-up clinics,” officials said, while the Pfizer vaccine is now able to vaccinate anyone 12 years old and older.
“We are happy to be able to provide the pop-up clinics between the two counties,” said Public Health Director Paul Pettit in a news release. “With the shift in bringing clinics close to where people live, work, and play and being more flexible with the scheduling, now is a great opportunity for more people to get vaccinated. Being fully vaccinated, two weeks after the second dose for Moderna and Pfizer, and two weeks after the single dose of Johnson & Johnson will help us enjoy the spring and summer activities with less restrictions.”
Pop-up clinics will include:
n Wednesday — 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Genesee County Health Department on 3837 W. Main Street Rd. in Batavia. It will include walk-in Moderna vaccines, along with Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines by appointment.
n Wednesday — 2:30 to 6 p.m. at the Ridgeway Fire Hall on 11392 Ridge Road in Medina. It will include Pfizer vaccinations by appointment only.
n Thursday — 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at UR Medicine Primary Care/Le Roy Medical Associates at 127 W. Main St. in Le Roy. It will include walk-in Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccinations.
In Livingston County, COVID-19 vaccine appointments for individuals at least 12 years old are now available for scheduling at wegmans.com/pharmacy or by calling 1 (800) 207-6099.
Walk-in appointments for individuals age 18 and older are available at all Wegmans locations in New York.
The vaccine offered at each location will be noted at the time of scheduling.
Here’s a county-by-county look at the data:
Wyoming County reported 10 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, bringing its overall total to 2,697 community cases since the pandemic began, according to the Wyoming County Health Department.
Six of the new cases are under the age of 20, two in their 20s, one in their 40s, and one in their 60s.
As of Friday, the county had 39 active cases under mandatory isolation and 251 people in mandatory quarantine.
The number of recoveries increased by six to 2,606.
In Wyoming County, 15,474 residents, or 38.6 percent of county residents, have received at least one vaccine dose; 13,174 residents have completed the vaccine series, according to the state’s COVID-19 vaccine tracker.
Wyoming County’s death total is being reported at 52 by county health officials, the same as the state Department of Health.
No new cases were reported at state correctional facilities in Wyoming County. The overall total remained at 533 cases since the pandemic arrived locally.
To date, there have been 78,971 total tests conducted for county residents, with 76,274 of them negative, for an infection rate of 3.42 percent among those tested.
The county’s seven-day rolling average of positive cases was 3.3 percent.
The Livingston County Department of Health reported 24 new, confirmed COVID-19 cases on Friday, increasing its overall total to 4,535.
Livingston County also recorded 14 new recoveries, bringing its total to 4,401.
In Livingston County, 27,649 residents, or 43.7% of county residents, have received at least one vaccine dose; 24,032 residents have completed the vaccine series, according to the state’s COVID-19 vaccine tracker.
There are 90 active cases among Livingston County residents, according to the county’s COVID-19 tracking map, an increase of 10 from Thursday.
Of the current active cases, three are hospitalized, according to county health data.
Active cases include 14 in Dansville (up two); 12 in Lima (up three), nine each in Mount Morris (up three) and Caledonia (up two) and Livonia (up one); seven in Avon, Geneseo and Nunda (up one); six in Piffard (up one); two each in Conesus (up one), Leicester, Springwater and a Wayland zip code in Livingston County; and one each in Dalton (down two) and a Honeoye Falls zip code in Livingston County.
Livingston County is reporting 44 COVID-19-related deaths. New York State is reporting 58 deaths attributed to the virus.
Livingston County has administered 133,399 tests for COVID-19 among county residents. The results include 128,864 negative results, according to the county’s COVID-19 tracking map. The infection rate among those tested is 3.40 percent.
The seven-day rolling average of positives is 3.2 percent.
SUNY Geneseo reported four active cases among its college community on Friday. There were 16 people in mandatory quarantine, an decrease of one from Thursday, and 22 people in isolation, including two off-campus and 20 on-campus, according to the SUNY COVID-19 dashboard.
As of Friday, Genesee County reported an increase of 26 cases had a total of 5,219 cases, with the new cases being under the age of 20 and in their 20s, and 50s.
There are seven people hospitalized out of the 43 active cases.
There were 34 recoveries for a total of 4,630.
Orleans County reported an increase of 16 new cases for a total of 3,023 cases, with the new cases being under the age of 20 and in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 80s.
Of the 65 cases active, none were hospitalized. There were 30 recoveries for a total of 2,572.
New York state reports a total of 123 COVID-19-related deaths in Genesee County and 83 deaths in Orleans County.
In Genesee County on Friday, 24,841 residents, or 43.2 percent of county residents, have received at least one vaccine dose; 21,073 residents have completed the vaccine series, according to the state’s COVID-19 vaccine tracker
The county’s seven-day rolling average of positive cases was 1.6 percent as of Wednesday
In Orleans County on Friday, 15,400 residents, or 37.9 percent of county residents, have received at least one vaccine dose; 13,001 residents have completed the vaccine series, according to the state’s COVID-19 vaccine tracker.
The county’s seven-day rolling average of positive cases was 2.6 percent as of Wednesday.