NY State Virus Cases Over 20,000

Virus cases have gone up over 20,000 people in NY as the new restrictions start to curb the spread of the virus.
All of the state’s “nonessential” businesses were ordered closed by 8 p.m. Sunday.
New Yorkers may still go outside their homes to pick up groceries or exercise, but must stay 6 feet away from anyone who isn’t a member of their household.
There have been 157 deaths in New York state. And there have been more than 2,500 people put in the hospital.
Salamanca’s firefighters say they’re are all prepped and ready for when COVID-19 hits.
Fire Chief Nick Bocharski said his department ordered supplies way back in January, and the beginning of February. He says he thinks they’re ahead of the game. The city entered a state of emergency Thursday with many city buildings closing their doors and many staff members working from home. And Bocharski says he’s hoping to hire more firefighters soon.