Marist College Student Tests Positive for Coronavirus
A Marist college student tested positive for COVID-19, joining a member of the Bard College community who recently tested positive.
Marist College was notified by local health officials that a Marist commuter student tested positive for coronavirus, Marist College President Dennis J. Murray announced. Marist Health Services has notified all students, faculty and staff who had contact with this individual, officials say.
Saturday afternoon, the Dutchess County Department of Behavioral & Community confirmed a fourth positive case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Dutchess County.
The individual is a member of the Bard College community and had interaction with faculty and students, officials say.
The Orange County Health Department announced three additional Orange County residents have tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).
As of Saturday, Orange County now has six positive COVID-19 cases. Due to existing Federal, State and Local public health laws, Orange County cannot release any identifying information about patients, officials said.