The US Public Health Emergency, declared to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, ends today. Although the public health emergency is over, COVID-19 vaccines, testing and treatment will continue to be free in North Carolina, regardless of health insurance or immigration status, while supplies last.
As part of Hurricane Preparedness Week, Governor Roy Cooper is urging North Carolinians to learn about and prepare for the dangers of severe tropical weather in preparation for the upcoming hurricane season. Hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30.
On May 6 at the facilities of the Consulate of Mexico in Raleigh, another edition of Science Day will take place. This event is a collaboration between the Red Global MX - Raleigh Chapter and the General Consulate of Mexico in Raleigh established in 2017, in which children, youth and adults have the opportunity to experience what science, technology and mathematics (STEM) is. ) through various experiments and activities.
The opening of LATAM is an important step forward for the North Carolina community. The school provides a much-needed opportunity for children to receive a multicultural education. The founders of the school are confident that LATAM will have a positive impact on the lives of its students and the community in general. They are excited to see what the future holds for LATAM and for the community in North Carolina.
Syphilis cases in North Carolina are on the rise, increasing 23% from 2021 to 2022, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services reported today as part of Sexually Transmitted Infection Awareness Week.
One aspect of distracted driving that has claimed many lives is texting. Statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show that
3,522 people died from distracted driving in 2021. Nine people die every day in
Accidents involving a distracted driver.
RALEIGH — With warmer weather on the way, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services urges North Carolinians to "Fight the Bite" by taking measures to reduce their risk of tick- and mosquito-borne diseases. In 2022, almost 700 cases of tick- and mosquito-borne illnesses were reported in the state.
The state of emergency declared nation-wide due to COVID-19 led to the creation of public health policies that aimed to protect citizens from the health contingency. The laws included continuous Medicaid coverage under which beneficiaries were guaranteed uninterrupted coverage, with no need for an annual redetermination on the basis of changes in their household or their income.
The process itself, of putting one word together with another to structure a thought in a way that makes it communicable, shouldn't hurt. The art of writing is a pleasure and that is why those of us who write are always involved in this, either writing as such or thinking about what to write or remembering what we already wrote. It is a pleasure and, consequently, it develops a need, a drive, a form of falling in love...
The economic relationship between Mexico and the United States is one of the most intense between two countries. Since 1994, when the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA or NAFTA) was signed, commercial exchanges have increased by more than 700%. More recently, in 2018 a new and more modern Mexico-United States-Canada Free Trade Agreement (T-MEC or USMCA) was agreed, which has further boosted ties throughout North America (including Canada), but above everything between Mexico and the United States.
North Carolina residents should continue to exercise caution while outside on Thursday due to smoke and fine particle pollution from Canadian wildfires. The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Air Quality (DAQ) and the Forsyth County Office of Environmental Assistance and Protection are issuing a Code Orange Air Quality Action Day for the entire state for Thursday, June 8. The Code Red Air Quality Action Alert that was in effect for central NC on Wednesday has been replaced with a Code Orange alert for the remainder of the day.