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Southampton Supervisor Warns Public Not To Let Down Their Guard About Coronavirus

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Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman offered a coronavirus update duing the Town Board's September 10 work session.

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman offered a coronavirus update duing the Town Board's September 10 work session.

Kitty Merrill on Sep 11, 2020
“The coronavirus is still here,” Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman said Thursday morning, September 10, during a brief Town Board work session. Two out of every 100 tests for coronavirus... more

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