December 17, 2021 – Campbell Resident Dies, Was Covid Positive

BATH – There have been 160 new lab confirmed cases of COVID. Sadly, another resident has passed.
The Steuben County Public Health Department received notification of a COVID-related death. This brings the total number of COVID deaths in Steuben County to 263. The individual was a female resident from the Town of Campbell who died at the age of 31.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of the woman who has passed so young,” said Public Health Director, Darlene Smith. “Masking, getting vaccinated and boosted, getting tested and staying home when feeling ill are all necessary to protect our loved ones during this time of high spread and with a very contagious variant in the region. We all want to gather and celebrate the holidays together, but please do so smartly and safely.”

Multiple of today’s positives are associated with: Corning Inc Sullivan Park (3) and the following school districts: Arkport (3), Avoca (5), Corning-Painted Post (19), Bath (7), Campbell-Savona (6), Hornell (3), and Wayland-Cohocton (3). There are 56 breakthrough cases in today’s report.

Today’s cases are residents of:
City of Corning (25)
City of Hornell (17)
Town of Addison
Town of Avoca (2)
Town of Bath (14)
Town of Bradford
Town of Cameron
Town of Campbell (9)
Town of Canisteo (2)
Town of Caton (5)
Town of Cohocton
Town of Corning (9)
Town of Dansville (3)
Town of Erwin (6)
Town of Fremont
Town of Hornby
Town of Hornellsville (4)
Town of Howard (4)
Town of Jasper (3)
Town of Lindley (3)
Town of Prattsburgh (5)
Town of Rathbone (3)
Town of Thurston (2)
Town of Tuscarora (3)
Town of Urbana
Town of Wayne (2)
Town of Wheeler (4)
Town of Woodhull (2)
Village of Arkport (2)
Village of Bath (7)
Village of Canisteo (3)
Village of Cohocton
Village of Painted Post (3)
Village of Savona (2)
Village of South Corning (5)
Village of Wayland (3)