This is the CDC’s recommendations on how to approach the coronavirus, including information on how to protect yourself as well as what you should do if you think you’re sick.
This link provides some crucial information on travel from the CDC.
Cornell College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
Link to Food Industry Resources from the Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences which provides information for consumers on sanitation, laws and regulations, webinars and events, and peer-reviewed research.
Another from Cornell on Agricultural Workforce Development. Cornell is also offering information on Building Resilience as a farmer during COVID-19. Finally, the college is also extending more information about their Cornell Farmworkers Program, which is also available en espanol.
This resource helps us stay well informed when thinking about where the coronavirus has struck.
FarmNet is an organization offering free financial and mental health assistance to farmers in NY. Interested parties can call their confidential helpline.
The New York Extension Disaster Education Network website has a consistently-updating list of resources informing farmers of the effects the virus has on agriculture. Here’s the link: https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/.
New York State Department of Health
Monroe County Health Department
World Health Organization
Last updated June 10, 2020