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CHARLOTTE, NC – The US has more than 7,600 cases in all 50 states and business, education, sports and many more are affected as the leader continues to move to stringent measures to contain the coronavirus.
officials said 22 countries have activated the National Guard in response to the virus.
Governor of North Carolina Roy Cooper stated. After the declaration of statewide, Mecklenburg County declared a state of emergency on Sunday.
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster declared a state of emergency for the country last Friday.
President Donald Trump declared a national emergency on Friday, paving the way more to combat the plague. In addition, the federal government has cut regulations around development testing to try and speed up testing.
JCSU 2020 Graduation Ceremony postponed.
“We are looking into our options and will have more information on how we are going to celebrate the 2020 class after the immediate threat has passed. Graduating seniors, who meet their academic requirements, will have their degrees awarded after the completion of the spring semester, “officials said.
Students in JCSU asked to move out of the dorm as soon as possible. All dorm will be closed at 12 noon on Monday, 30 Mar 2020.
This is subject to government mandates, which may result in the hostel was closed before Mar. 30,
9: 52 pm
Caldwell County Commissioners officially declared a state of emergency begins at 8:00 am today, March 18, 2020
declarations supporting the local municipalities with their needs , apply. Emergency Operations component of the plan is required to facilitate the response and plans for COVID-19, and improve the flow of verifiable, accurate information to the public and our partners in local government.
the town of Blowing Rock, this Cajah mountain, Cedar Rock, Gamewell, Hudson, Rhodhiss and sawmill also signed the declaration. Lenoir City and the City of Granite Falls issued the same declaration also effective on March 18.
“This declaration is another step in our efforts to help people protect,” said Caldwell County Public Health Director Anna Martin.
Caldwell County Health Department Health Information Line opened to provide about Coronavirus (COVID-19). To access the line, people can call 828-426-8456.
SREE Hotels provide employees and their immediate family members with food without borders
hotel group should cut employee hours because COVID-19.
SREE has 12 hotels including Aloft Charlotte-area and Springhill Suites in uptown.
United Way of Gaston County set up
New: United Way of Gaston County Gaston County Virus establish relief Fund.
“The health and safety of all constituents of the Make-A-Wish Central & Western North Carolina, including the family desires and partner, are our priority,” officials said. “At this time, due to medical concerns and today’s society, the Make-A-Wish America have made the difficult decision to postpone all travel desires, as well as the participation of the wishes of children in all the activities and events associated with the Make-A-Wish involving meetings -pertemuan large (eg granting wishes large scale events, parks, etc.) until further notice. “
on average, 77 percent of wishes involve air travel. Make-A-Wish Central & Western North Carolina has postponed 49 of the current 379 pending wishes statewide. Nationwide, 970 desire immediately affected by desire 30 more expected to be delayed every day.
“As a result, we have adapted the message of our organization to address the current situation and will launch a national campaign that is new, PSA and press release on Friday that calls attention to the children waiting for their wishes come true. “
Beltone Carolina / Virginia wants to assure customers that they can have their hearing aids serviced through a” remote Care “online and that they do not need to come to one our office to have their hearing aids adjusted if they are not comfortable in doing. Download applications to the phone to receive the treatment.
Iredell County identified the case 2 of the cast.. Onavirus
At this time, the individual isolated at home and willing to cooperate with public health officials
Iredell County has identified two cases COVID-19At least 70 in NC: Wake: 17Meck : 14Durham: 12Harnett: 4Chatham: 3Forsyth, Iredell, Johnston, Watauga: 2Brunswick, Cabarrus, Craven, Gaston, Guilford, Hoke, Iredell, Lincoln, Onslow, Sampson, Union, Wayne, Wilson- 1
05 : 05
NC 2-1-1 now available 24/7 as a resource for assistance related to COVID-19. Dial 2-1-1 to get connected to resources in your community and COVIDNC text to 898 211 to get alerts about COVID-19 update North Carolina
NEW :. State says ‘new’ 211 lines are available for questions related.
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Union County residents who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 is a young adult who has just returned of international travel. Our team of Public Health Communicable Disease Control to follow up with other people who may have been in contact with individuals and monitoring per CDC guidance.
Mecklenburg County case is now what is called “Spread the Community.”
Effective Thursday, March 19: Atrium Health is improving visitor restrictions to include an important visit just to help protect patients from the spread of coronavirus ,
Charlotte city suspending yard waste and bulk item collection. Garbage and recycling pickup will continue
:. Mon. Effective March 23 will only collect and recycle garbage. Yard waste and bulk item collection will be suspended for 30 days or until further notice. Please see the details below addt’l.
From Charlotte-Mecklenburg Joint Information Center:
At this time, the order of the public health people not jump to “shelter in place.” If shelters that the place was issued, for consultation with government officials, state and local. shelter in place is a form that is more stringent than the social distance. There are a few differences. shelter in place means:
to take cover in place means that people would stay in their homes and not leave unless it is necessary for the exclusion designated (which will be listed in the Order) and include things like go to get food, to get a prescription, a doctor, worked (if your job is very important as defined in the Order), and to help people you care about to get the things they need to live and be healthy and safe.
Gaston County Department Keseha tan & Human Services reported the first positive cases in the district of COVID-19.
This individual test results were reported in Mecklenburg County Gaston DHHS. individuals do well and self-isolate at home.
“We are aware of the cases were confirmed in our society can cause alarm, but this is further evidence we need to continue to adhere to the direction of social distance and demand,” said Gaston DHHS Director Chris Dobbins. “As the increased testing, we anticipate that we will see more positive cases and I have never been more confident in our ability to track and monitor individual contacts to slow the spread.”
Individuals who are sick and worried they may have been exposed to the virus should contact their usual providers to review their symptoms. If someone has a general question about COVID-19 or other problems, they can contact the local COVID-19 Call Center at (704) 862-5303
Now there are at least 69 known cases in NC :. <. / P>
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control has announced 13 new cases COVID-19
The number of states is 60:
The new case:
South Carolina Department of Health and environmental control has announced 13 new cases COVID-19, bringing the total to 60 countries: a new case: Beaufort Co-2Charleston Co-1Greenville Co-1Horry Co-1Kershaw Co-3Lee Co-1Lexington Co-1Richland Co-3
Simon property Group, which owns Concord Mills, SouthPark Mall and Charlotte Premium Outlets, temporarily shut down all domestic property that effective 7:00 Wednesday.
Simon temporarily shut down all domestic properties. They have Concord Mills, SouthPark Mall and Charlotte Premium Outlets. Effective 19:00 tonight.
CaroMont Health will begin rescheduling non-essential operations, procedures and appointments were effective Thursday, March 19.
Following the guidelines from the US Surgeon General and the American College of Surgeons, CaroMont Health will begin the process of rescheduling non-essential operations, procedures and appointments, effective Thursday, March 19:
A resident of Union County had tested positive for coronavirus, health officials said. The North Carolina Division of Public Health confirms the positive result on Wednesday.
“Union County Division of Public Health and Infectious Disease team we work with health partners and the federal states to follow all protocols and guidance to limit exposure to respiratory disease,” said public health director Dennis Joyner. “We know this is a rapidly evolving situation and anticipates additional cases. We are working hard to prevent the spread. We also encourage residents to take precautions, including staying home when sick. “
The health officials identify the contact person. individual being monitored and followed other protocols based on CDC guidelines.
Union County provides updates
North Carolina health officials are reminding people use good judgment to practice social distancing, frequent hand washing and use of respiratory etiquette the good one.
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein said he had received 136 price gouging complaints, half of them relating to foodstuffs.
“We will act to ensure price gouging and fraud have no place in our country,” said Stein.
One could call 8448NOROBO to report fraud.
North Carolina Emergency Management Director Mike Sprayberry said people should only call 911 in an emergency. North Carolinians can call 211 for any questions about COVID-19. They can also text COVIDNC to 898 211 to get regular updates via text.
Hoke County has reported the first positive case of allegations of coronavirus.
patients were tested on March 16 and received positive results on March 18, they are now self-quarantine and isolation at home.
health officials say they are working on monitoring the patient’s condition and determine whether there are other could come into contact with the virus.
Hoke County the first positive case of alleged COVID-19
Burke County Public schools will reopen select a school as a day care on Thursday for children ages five to 12.
day care will be at Drexel, Hildebran, Mountain View, Salem and young WA primary school and they will be open from 6 am to 6 pm
officials say children do not need to be enrolled in one of five schools to attend day care.
“This will help parents and others in the c ommunity, who worked in important work in some of our local agency partners: Carolina Blue Ridge HealthCare, Hospital Broughton, J. Iverson Riddle Developmental Institute, North SC Department of Public Safety, and many other local businesses, “said Superintendent Dr. Larry Putnam.
health officials say there are now at least 66 confirmed cases of suspected positive and positive coronavirus in North Carolina.
NCDHHS reported, were in 63 cases in North Carolina, but with three new cases of Mecklenburg County, at least 66 cases in the state
Here are the details of the area -by-county:
Harnett: 4 < p> Chatham: 3
Cabarrus: 1 < p> Craven: 1
NCDHHS reform say there are at least 63 cases COVID-19 in NC: Wake: 17Durham: 12Mecklenburg: 11Harnett: 4Chatham: 3Forsyth: 2Johnston: 2Brunswick: 1Cabarrus: 1Craven : 1Guilford: 1Iredell: 1Lincoln: 1Sampson: 1Wayne: 1Wilson: 1Onslow: 1Watauga: 1
officials said the test has been completed in 430 countries and 1,850 laboratory tests have been completed in North Carolina.
laboratories have supplies for 1,250 patients, but this does not include supplies at University and commercial laboratories.
Mecklenburg County has reported three positive cases of alleged new coronavirus, bringing the total area to 14.
Authorities did not release any further information about the case new.
officials said because of local, state and federal restrictions on mass gatherings, this region has delayed public meetings planned and presentations for large groups until further notice.
Mecklenburg County said that now there are 14 known cases of COVID-19 in the area
Catawba County has declared a state of emergency because of “rapidly growing COVID -19 pandemic. ”
“While there is currently no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Catawba County, a significant effect occurs and is expected to continue for an undetermined amount of time,” said Board Chairman Randy Isenhower. “Impacts include, but are not limited to, public school closures, restrictions on public meetings, supply chain disruptions, and increased demands on facilities and health care providers.”
By declaring a state of emergency, county leaders will be able to better coordinate response efforts with emergency management and have access to emergency funds to state and federal.
North Carolina health officials are investigating at least 66 cases of coronavirus in the entire state, a big jump from 44 cases reported Tuesday morning.
Durham increase of 15 cases after 15 people from the community of Duke University are traveling abroad and tested positive for conjecture.
officials said all members of the group will be on self-quarantine at home outside their campus when they go back to Durham. Health officials are working to test other people traveling with the group
Wake -. 17
Durham – 16
Mecklenburg – 11
Harnett – 4
Chatham – 3
Forsyth – 2
Johnston – 2
Brunswick – 1
Cabarrus – 1
Craven – 1
Iredell – 1
Lincoln – 1
Sampson – 1
Wayne – 1
Wilson – 1
Onslow – 1
Watauga – 1
Gilford – 1
United States and Canada are expected to announce a mutual ban on non travel -esensial immediately. This is another attempt to stop the spread of coronavirus.
joined the agreement has not been completed yet but are expected to include a framework to make sure business and trade relations between the two countries continues.
leaders are still trying to decide what type of vehicle and people will be allowed to cross the border and how long the ban would remain in place.
Local, Matthews Police Department draw up a contingency plan to keep officers safe during an outbreak of coronavirus.
said authorities until further notice, when officers respond to a call, they will ask a series of questions to determine the risk of exposure. They will cover if you have a fever or cough, or traveling out of the country within 21 days.
The answers will remain confidential.
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