Community News

Allegany County is not Adopting Test to Stay Pilot

The “Test to Stay” (TTS) program has been in the news and is being piloted in some areas of New York State. The “Test to Stay” program allows close school contacts to attend school but remain in quarantine outside of school hours if they test negative on each school day for seven days after exposure. […]


One Additional COVID-19 Death Reported in Allegany County

A 95-Year-Old Male is the 69th Allegany County Resident to Pass Away as a Result of COVID-19  The Allegany County Department of Health (ACDOH) is sad to report to our residents and community that there has been one additional COVID-19 related death bringing our local total to 69. This death, a male age 95, was […]


COVID-19 November 1 – November 7, 2021 Statistic Update

Allegany County’s statistics are as follows on the attached charts.  The attachments give the data for the time period from November 1 through November 7, 2021. Weekly updates are also available on the County Dashboard at https://arcg.is/0KGnyu. Weekend numbers are included in this weekly summary sheet after they have been confirmed and subjected to Quality […]


Allegany County Department of Health Free Drive-up COVID-19 Rapid Testing

News Release: Allegany County Department of Health Free Drive-up COVID-19 Rapid Testing Date Location Time Pre-registration deadline* # tests Wednesday, November 10, 2021 Belmont American Legion Post 808 29 Schuyler St. Belmont NY 7:00am-9:00am Tuesday, November 9, at 12pm (Noon)*  Go to https://tinyurl.com/20211110Test and pre-register for the event. 50 Monday, November 15, 2021 Belmont American […]


2021 Operation Green Light Shining a Light on the Service of Local Veterans

‘OPERATION GREEN LIGHT’ is a new collaborative initiative to support veterans of all military conflicts, with a special emphasis on the veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as raise awareness about the challenges faced by many veterans and the resources that are available at the county, state, and federal level to assist veterans and […]


COVID-19 October 25 – October 31, 2021 Statistic Update

Allegany County’s statistics are as follows on the attached charts.  The attachments give the data for the time period from October 25 through October 31, 2021. Weekly updates are also available on the County Dashboard at https://arcg.is/0KGnyu. Weekend numbers are included in this weekly summary sheet after they have been confirmed and subjected to Quality […]


Two Additional COVID -19 Deaths in Allegany County

11 01 21 ACDOH COVID Deaths TO:                 All Media Sources FROM:          Allegany County Department of Health RE:                Two Additional COVID -19 Deaths in Allegany County DATE:            November 1, 2021  News Release:  A 72-Year-Old Male is the 67th and 76 Year-Old Female is the 68th Allegany County Residents to Pass Away as a Result of […]


One Additional COVID-19 Death in Allegany County

A 60-Year-Old Male is the 66th Allegany County Resident to Pass Away as a Result of COVID-19. The Allegany County Department of Health (ACDOH) is sad to report to our residents and community that there has been one additional COVID-19 related death bringing our local total to 66. This death, a male age 60, was […]


COVID-19 Vaccine – How Many Doses?

How many doses of Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine do you need?  Three (3), if you are immunocompromised you can receive the additional dose for your 3rd dose.   Others will receive a booster as their 3rd dose. How many doses of Johnson & Johnson COVDI-19 vaccine do you need?  Two (2), if you are immunocompromised […]


One Additional COVID-19 Death in Allegany County

A 72-Year-Old Male is the 65th Allegany County Resident to Pass Away as a Result of COVID-19. The Allegany County Department of Health (ACDOH) is sad to report to our residents and community that there has been one additional COVID-19 related death bringing our local total to 65. This death, a male age 72, was […]