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COVID19

Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in North Carolina as of February 9, 2022.

Knowing when to increase or decrease measures that slow the spread of the virus depends on North Carolina’s testing, tracing and trends. This dashboard provides an overview of the metrics and capabilities that the state tracks.

Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in North Carolina as of February 3, 2022.

Knowing when to increase or decrease measures that slow the spread of the virus depends on North Carolina's testing, tracing and trends. This dashboard provides an overview of the metrics and capabilities that the state tracks.

Tips for wearing your N95 Mask

Should I wear an N95 mask? You should wear the mask that provides the most protection, fits well, and will be worn consistently. All masks provide protection, with higher grade masks like N95s providing the highest level. Good quality, well-fitting masks are critical to public health in preventing the spread of COVID-19. When properly fitted and worn consistently, an N95 offers the highest level of protection against the spread of COVID-19 compared to other masks.

What is the ‘brain fog’ aftermath of Covid-19?

Very little is said about a sequel suffered by people who have suffered from this virus, since a part of the population has mental disorders of concentration, attention and memory.

More COVID-19 Testing and Community Testing Sites in North Carolina

Faced with national competition for testing supplies and a shortage of testing personnel, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is doing everything it can to support existing test sites, open more sites across the state, and increase access to services at home. collection kits.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in North Carolina as of December 10, 2021.

COVID-19 cases and deaths How are cases and deaths counted in North Carolina? A “COVID-19 case” is a person who has tested positive for COVID-19. People are only counted as a case once, even if they have multiple positive tests.

Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Now Available to Everyone 16 and Over

Eligibility for Pfizer's COVID-19 booster vaccine has been expanded to include 16 and 17-year-olds, making safe and effective boosters now available to everyone 16 and older.

Paternity with Faith: Don’t be surprised

Photo by Jill Wellington from Pexels Paternity with Faith: Don't be surprised. I invite you to listen to them every Friday through Revista Latina, a space where we will reflect and grow together. “We all have a call but not everyone can...

COVID-19 booster vaccines

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that anyone over the age of 18 who has received the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine receive a booster six months after their second dose to help strengthen and extend protections against COVID- 19. This comes after the Food and Drug Administration authorized the enhancers for such use today.

COVID-19 Vaccines Are Safe For Children And Teens

The safety of COVID-19 vaccines is being monitored with the most comprehensive and comprehensive safety monitoring program in US history. CDC monitors the safety of all COVID-19 vaccines after the vaccines are licensed or approved for use, including the risk of myocarditis in children ages 5 to 11.
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AMEXCAN Calls on Governor Cooper to Veto SB 101

AMEXCAN calls on Governor Roy Cooper to veto SB 101. AMEXCAN urges the Governor to assume a firm attitude and supports the migrant community because every day Mexicans and Latinos drastically contribute to the economic, social, and cultural development of North Carolina. Not only will SB 101 critically harm the migrant community but also the economy and well-being of the state.
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