County health officials recommend anyone who has shopped at Mother Earth’s Storehouse in Kingston from July 1st to July 5th to promptly seek testing for the coronavirus.
- Posted July 10, 2020
- Posted July 9, 2020
County Executive Ryan urges Ulster County residents to get tested for COVID-19
KINGSTON, N.Y. - Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced during his Facebook live briefing today that next week, July 12th-19th, will be Ulster County “Get Tested Week.” “Get Tested Week” aims to encourage residents to get tested for COVID-19. All Ulster County residents are eligible to get tested. During testing a nasal swab, oral swab or saliva sample may be used.
- Posted July 7, 2020
Ulster County saw a surge of cases over the weekend
County Executive Ryan has implemented a rapid response plan to respond to the increase in cases
- Posted July 3, 2020
July 5th Motorcade Will Honor Frontline Workers
County Executive Patrick Ryan Announces That Police Agencies Across Ulster County Will Step Up DWI Enforcement Efforts During The Fourth of July Holiday
- Posted July 2, 2020
Ulster County has implemented a rapid response plan in anticipation of a potential surge in cases
KINGSTON, N.Y. - Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced today that Ulster County has developed and implemented a COVID-19 Rapid Response plan in order to stay ahead of reports across the nation indicating an increase of COVID-19 cases. On Wednesday, County Executive Ryan spoke to all of the Town Supervisors and Mayors to discuss the County’s plan.