In the situational update for Friday, August 21st, health officials in Cayuga County noted a possible Coronavirus exposure at the King Ferry Golf Course.
The course is located on Clearview Road.
Officials say any person who played or was present at the course between August 12th and 19th should monitor symptoms such as headache, scratchy or sore throat, and/or fever for 14 days.
They say that if symptoms do develop, stay home and call your doctor for further guidance on testing.
As of Friday there was only one new case of COVID-19 in Cayuga County. A total of 22 people are in mandatory quarantine, and two are in mandatory isolation. No residents are currently hospitalized.
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