The Center for Disease Control has issued an article that list the similarities between them. Visit their website at: https://www.cdc.gov/flu/symptoms/flu-vs-covid19.htm
Please remember that the flu vaccine is available, in person and at no charge, at the CC Health Department if you make an appointment. 910-321-7116. To find out where there will be drive-thru flu vaccines, click on the photo below:
NC’s Governor Roy Cooper has announced that our state will remain paused in Phase 3 for three more weeks as our numbers continue to look bleak, and officials urge our residents to be steadfast in our efforts to help stop the spread. To see the full Executive Order 170, please click on the attached link: [ … ] Read More »
News Release from the NC Dept. of Public Health: News Release Full Story Oct 20, 2020 The Department of Public Health reports 178 new COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths since the last report on Friday, Oct. 16. Cumberland County has 6,509 total COVID-19 cases in Cumberland County since the onset of the pandemic. Using [ … ] Read More »
NC Gov. Roy Cooper has opened the application process for the NC Housing Opportunities and Prevention of Evictions grant program, or HOPE. The program is to assist low and moderate income families that may be facing eviction from their landlords or utility cut-offs. Applicants can apply online at NC211.org/hope, or for those who do not [ … ] Read More »
Today is the last day for parents or families with qualified school-aged children to make sure they have applied for the $335 grant being sent out by state of North Carolina as part of the Coronavirus Relief Act 3.0 signed by Governor Cooper in September in an effort to help with the cost of remote [ … ] Read More »
Updated numbers for NC as of October 13th, 2020: Please continue to practice social distancing, wear a face covering, and wash or sanitize your hands frequently.
October 12th, 2020: The NC Dept. of Revenue is still taking applications for parents or guardians of school aged children for a $335 payment through the CORONAVIRUS Relief Act 3.0, to help cover the cost of child care or supplies while remote schooling them at home. If you filed taxes in 2019 and had at [ … ] Read More »
Cumberland County Schools will be offering 5-day food boxes for families who can’t make it out each day to pick up their children’s meals at the distribution sites, and it will start on Oct. 13th. Orders are placed weekly, and must be placed again each week. For a list of the how to sign up, [ … ] Read More »
Testing is FREE for anyone over the age of 13, and by drive-thru APPOINTMENTS only. On Thursdays: Tabernacle of Miracles 2574 Hope Mills Rd., Fayetteville, NC 28306 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. | October 8th and 15th For information on symptoms, making an appointment, and more, please click here.