Pettit: COVID Vaccine Could Reach Here in Three to Four Weeks
Written by Dan Fischer on November 24, 2020
Genesee County’s lead officer in the fight against coronavirus says one of the COVID-19 vaccines
in final testing could arrive in Batavia within the next three to four weeks.
Public Health Director Paul Pettit, appearing on WBTA’s Main and Center
Program this morning, said he expects one of the three promising vaccines could reach Batavia before the end of the year
Paul Pettit, Genesee County Public Health Director
Genesee County Manager Matt Landers observed that local residents are abiding with safety protocols in public places. On the same broadcast, Landers said the problem lies with private gatherings
The county health department today issued an alert for patrons of the LeRoy Moose Club and the Flying J. Travel Center in Pembroke.
See the alert HERE