A message from the Mayor
Residents of the Village of Millbrook
The following is information provided by the state, county and local hospital – Sharon/Nuvance Health. Additional copies are available from our police officers, Village Hall 9-4:30 M-F and several businesses in the community. Please take a moment to read and visit the websites listed if you have any questions. Please review prior to heading to the hospital, attending an event or any other concern – the answer could be in this info. If you are sick and suspect you are infected please inform anyone that you come into contact with – EMS, Police, Census taker, etc.
Thank you and we will get thru this
– Mayor Rod Brown
What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure:
Shortness of breath/trouble breathing
CDC believes at this time that symptoms may appear in as few as 2 days or as long as 14 days after exposure to the virus.
What should you do if you are experiencing symptoms and have traveled to areas of concern or have been in contact with someone who has traveled to these areas or has a confirmed case of Coronavirus?
Call ahead to your health care provider before seeking treatment in person!
Additional steps to help prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community at the CDC.
Dutchess County Coronavirus Information Hotline: 845-486-3555
COVID-19 Fact Sheet
Senior Friendship Center
Schools (including college and childcare settings)
Pregnant Women and Children
People at higher risk for serious illness
Northeast Dutchess Mutual Aid
NYS Department of Health
24 Hour Hotline Number: 1-888-364-3065Sign Up For Coronavirus Updates
Revised Nursing Home Guidance
Adult Care Facility Guidance
Houses of Worship Cleaning and Disinfection Guidance
Interim Guidance for procedures when identifying an employee with concerns for COVID-19 Exposure
Governor Cuomo Announces New Mass Gatherings Regulations
New York State Department of Health Coronavirus Website
Sharon Hospital/Nuvance Health
NuvanceHealth.org/Coronavirus has the latest updates and information to answer your questions and provide important information on what to do if you have concerns about exposure or are exhibiting symptoms.
This webpage has been prepared for the people in our communities so they are informed and reassured. It is being updated daily.
Overall, the most important points are:
All Nuvance Health hospitals, ambulatory facilities, and practices are fully prepared for possible COVID-19 patients.
Nuvance Health is following guidelines for testing set forth by the CDC, in accordance with local and state health departments.
Each hospital is limiting points of entry for appropriate screening procedures.
For More Information Visit NuvanceHealth.org/Coronavirus