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Madison County to give out free hand sanitizer to residents this week

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Madison County officials will be giving out free hand sanitizer to community residents over the upcoming week.

Chairman John M. Becker says that the Madison County Office of Emergency Management, in coordination with the Towns and Villages will be setting up distribution locations across the county to pass out hand sanitizer.

Hand sanitizer will be distributed the following dates and times:

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

  • 10am -12pm, Smithfield: Highway Garage, 4608 Peterboro Rd, Peterboro, NY 13134
  • 1pm – 3pm, Fenner: Town Hall/Highway 3151 E Rd, Cazenovia, NY 13035

Wednesday. April 29, 2020

  • 10am – 12pm, Nelson: Town Hall 4085 Nelson Rd, Cazenovia, NY 13035

Thursday, April 30, 2020

  • 10am – 12pm, Georgetown: Town Hall 996 State Rt 26, Georgetown, NY 13072
  • 1pm – 3pm, Lebanon: Town Hall/Highway 1210 Bradley Brook Rd, Earlville, NY 13332

Friday, May 1, 2020

  • 1pm – 3pm, Sullivan: Fyler Road Middle School

These times are a guideline as distribution is based on while supplies last. Additional dates and locations will be added, and some products have previously been handed out during the milk distributions in DeRuyter, Lenox, and Eaton.

Madison County will bring sanitizer to the designated distribution sites and will be set up in a drive through fashion. It is important for residents to remember to continue following social distancing recommendations, please remain in your car and wear a face covering. Madison County staff involved in the distribution process will be wearing face coverings, as well.

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“Madison County has been working hard to provide supplies such as hand sanitizer, face masks, surgical gowns and other PPE to our health care providers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Director of Emergency Management Dan Degear. “We also, have been distributing hand sanitizer to essential businesses like grocery stores, restaurants and gas stations. Now we have enough of a supply that we are able to provide hand sanitizer for our residents as well.”

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