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CDC’s COVID-19 Community Transmission Level for Madison County: High

In areas of “substantial” or “high” levels of community transmission of COVID-19, the CDC recommends everyone, regardless of vaccination status, consider wearing a mask in public indoor settings and for activities with close contact with others who are not fully vaccinated and to maximize protection from the Delta variant and prevent possibly spreading it to others. 

Given the virus transmission level in Madison County is at a “substantial” level, as noted by the CDC, the Madison County Board of Health and Health Department strongly encourages the practice of wearing a mask in public indoor settings.  

MCDOH stands ready to respond and actively monitors the COVID-19 situation in our communities and our region, keeping the best interest for our resident’s health and safety at the forefront.

The Madison County Health Department and Board of Health also, recommend that people who are not yet vaccinated should get the COVID-19 vaccine.   Over 73% of Madison County residents over 18-years-old have received at least one dose of the vaccine.  The good news is that if you are fully vaccinated, you are protected against severe COVID-19, hospitalization, and death.  

COVID-19 Vaccine Demographic Information 

Click on the map below to access the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) COVID-19 vaccination dashboard that is updated daily at approximately 11 am with the most recently available numbers as of that time. 

Vaccination rates by zip code can be found at

COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker Map
Active Cases Map

Did you know there is a free, fast and secure way to present digital proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test results?  Get the Excelsior Pass.

Additional Resources:

  • Upstate University Hospital’s COVID-19 Triage Line: 315-464-3979
    This 24-hour line is for Central New York residents to call if they have questions about COVID-19, are showing possible symptoms, or if they may have had exposure to someone diagnosed with a positive case of COVID-19. 
  • Madison County Mental Health Crisis Hotline: 315-366-2327
  • NYS Free Mental Health Hotline: 1-844-863-9314 (call for appointment)