Coronavirus [COVID-19] Facts

The Coronavirus [COVID-19] is constantly being talked about in the media so the Hart Library has gathered a list of trusted sources to provide factual information on the virus and steps to protect yourself.

Bookmark these sites and return to them regularly for information you can trust:

This is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation and The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] willprovide updated information as it becomes available, in addition to updated guidance.

Local information from the Weschester County Department of Health.

Information from the New York State Department of Heath.

World HealthOrganization’scontinuous updateswith helpful information for individuals and the workplace.

Helpful information from the National Library of Medicine. Go to “Statistics and Research” for numbers on cases in the US. Their information is updated three times a week.

The latest information from Lakeland Public Schoolsand Yorktown Public Schools

The latest on impacting library services from Westchester Library System

Know the facts about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and help stop the spread of rumors.

Coronavirus Resource-Program-Referral List for Westchester Seniors – Final – 4-21-20

Senator Harckman’s COVID-19 Resource Guide for Constituents

New Programs

Legal Services of the Hudson Valley

  • Breast Cancer Advocacy or Pink Project

Provides comprehensive civil legal services to breast cancer patients, survivors and their families on a wide range of civil legal issues. You can make a referral by emailing Mary Grace Ferone at mferone@lshv.org or calling (877) LSHV-LAW. Breast Cancer Advocacy Program Flyer

  • Kinship Stabilization Legal Project

Offers comprehensive civil legal services to kinship caregivers on a wide range of civil legal issues.  You can make referrals by clicking on this link or by emailing Melinda Bellus at mbellus@lshv.orgKinship Stabilization Program Flyer