The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services urges K-12 schools to promote immunization and boosters for students and staff and require students and staff to wear masks indoors to keep students in the classroom and limit risk. transmission rate of COVID-19.
2022 has already started and we are debuting with a new variant of the virus, no, I am not referring to Ómicron, that is already out of fashion, I am referring to a variant that they have just discovered which is a party between the flu and the covid . Yujuuuu! We started the premiere! And there are still people who do not want to get the vaccine, I do not understand it, but I do not understand those who flee from those people, if they are the ones who should flee!
"Now is the time to get your booster shot," said Kody H. Kinsley, Assistant Chief Secretary for Health and incoming Secretary of the NCDHHS. "We have a lot of vaccines in the state, and getting a booster shot, or getting vaccinated if you're not already, dramatically lowers the risk of serious illness and hospitalization for the Omicron variant."
On November 24, 2021, a new variant of SARS-CoV-2, B.1.1.529, was notified to the World Health Organization (WHO). This new variant was first detected in samples collected on November 11, 2021 in Botswana and on November 14, 2021 in South Africa.
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is reporting the first pediatric flu-related death for the 2023-2024 flu season. A child in the western part of the state recently died from complications associated with influenza infection. To protect the family’s privacy, additional information will not be released.