The past few days have included quite a few alerts of people at local restaurants testing positive for COVID-19. You can add two more to that list.

Broome County officials announced two new cases on Friday.

One was a person who visited The Brickyard Endwell on Hooper Road in Endwell, the county notes. Officials say a person who tested positive for coronavirus was at the restaurant on July 11 from 6-7 p.m. If you were at the restaurant at this time, you're asked to self-quarantine until July 25.

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The other was a person who visited Wingz on North Street in Endicott on July 15. Officials say the person was at Wingz from 6-7:30 p.m. that day. If you were there, you're asked to self-quarantine until July 29.

CLICK HERE to view all the recent public health alerts regarding people testing positive at local businesses.

Get in touch with your healthcare provider immediately if you show any symptoms of COVID-19, which include fever, coughing, and fatigue among others.

Free testing is available at the drive-thru testing site at Binghamton Univeristy, but you must make an appointment by calling 1-888-364- 3065.

Click here to track the latest COVID-19 statistics in Broome County and click here for a county-by-county breakdown.