Written by, Corey Nash
ROCHESTER, NY- On March 11th, Monroe County confirmed its first case of the global spread that is the Coronavirus. The virus is now in more than 100 countries and it infected some 120,000 people. Governor Andrew Cuomo released a statement on Wednesday announcing that all SUNY & CUNY institutions will resort to online courses to help in the battle against COVID-19.
Please be aware that common symptoms of the Virus are:
RochesterWorks! will continue to offer our services at all three of our Career Center locations. We still encourage walk-ins & will meet with all of our customers in a timley manner.
We appreciate your cooperation.
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"RochesterWorks! promises to continue to serve individuals in our community by posting open positions, hiring events, workshops & many other additional services to assist in developing your career."
As we move forward in the coming month, we also recommend that you stay connected with the Monroe County Public Health Department. The County has dedicated a homepage where you can see more helpful tips, resources & in case of emergency you can contact them on their hotlines at (585)-753-5555 / (888)-364-3065.
CLICK HERE for the Monroe County Public Health Department homepage.
Here are some additional information to help against COVID-19:
-Worried about Coronavirus? We have some information and resources that might help (PDF)
-Accessing Coronavirus Resources (PDF)
-CDC: What every American and community can do now to decrease the spread of the coronavirus (PDF)
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Make sure to join our Rochester New York Job Seekers Facebook page, where we connect employers with individuals looking for work. Click Here.