WAMPSVILLE, N.Y. – Someone with coronavirus was at the Walmart in Oneida and may have exposed others, according to the Madison County Health Department.
Madison County Public Health Director Eric Faisst says anyone who was at the store, located at 2024 Genesee St., on April 8 after 5 p.m. should monitor for symptoms until April 22.
"Those symptoms include fever, cough, and/or difficulty breathing. If symptoms develop, please stay home and contact your doctor for guidance on testing. In an emergency please call 911,” said Faisst.
Madison County has issued a stay-at-home order and residents are asked not to go out unless they have to. The county has also released a suggested schedule for outings based on birth dates:
Odd Birth Year: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and April 12
Even Birth Year: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and April 19
Madison County also announced a potential exposure at Tops Friendly Market in Chittenango April 5.
There are currently 27 active cases of coronavirus in Madison County, after 111 people tested positive and 81 recovered.
For more information, visit: madisoncounty.ny.gov.