Hampton Bays, Riverhead Declared 'Yellow Zone' Clusters By State; East Hampton Sees Highest Weekly Bump In New Infections - 27 East

Hampton Bays, Riverhead Declared ‘Yellow Zone’ Clusters By State; East Hampton Sees Highest Weekly Bump In New Infections

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Hampton Bays School District Superintendent Lars Clemensen at the Hampton Bays Middle School on Thursday.   DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Hampton Bays School District Superintendent Lars Clemensen at the Hampton Bays Middle School on Thursday. DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone visited Hampton Bays Middle School on Thursday to check out the testing facility.   DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone visited Hampton Bays Middle School on Thursday to check out the testing facility. DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone visited Hampton Bays Middle School on Thursday to check out the testing facility.   DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone visited Hampton Bays Middle School on Thursday to check out the testing facility. DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone visited Hampton Bays Middle School on Thursday to check out the testing facility.   DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone visited Hampton Bays Middle School on Thursday to check out the testing facility. DANA SHAW

The rapid testing of 400 faculty and students began today at the Hampton Bays Middle School.  DANA SHAW

The rapid testing of 400 faculty and students began today at the Hampton Bays Middle School. DANA SHAW

Incidences of new COVID-19 infections by week throughout Suffolk County.

Incidences of new COVID-19 infections by week throughout Suffolk County. Suffolk County Department of Health Services

Incidences of new COVID-19 cases by week in Hampton Bays since March.

Incidences of new COVID-19 cases by week in Hampton Bays since March. Suffolk County Department of Health Services

Cars line up for mobile COVID testing in the parking lot of the First Presbyterian Church in Southampton Village on Monday.      DANA SHAW

Cars line up for mobile COVID testing in the parking lot of the First Presbyterian Church in Southampton Village on Monday. DANA SHAW

Cars line up for mobile COVID testing in the parking lot of the First Presbyterian Church in Southampton Village on Monday.      DANA SHAW

Cars line up for mobile COVID testing in the parking lot of the First Presbyterian Church in Southampton Village on Monday. DANA SHAW

Cars line up for mobile COVID testing in the parking lot of the First Presbyterian Church in Southampton Village on Monday.      DANA SHAW

Cars line up for mobile COVID testing in the parking lot of the First Presbyterian Church in Southampton Village on Monday. DANA SHAW

Cars line up for mobile COVID testing in the parking lot of the First Presbyterian Church in Southampton Village on Monday.      DANA SHAW

Cars line up for mobile COVID testing in the parking lot of the First Presbyterian Church in Southampton Village on Monday. DANA SHAW

authorMichael Wright on Nov 23, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic surged across the South Fork this week, with East Hampton Town recording its largest weekly increase in new cases yet, and portions of the region landing in... more

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