It’s time to think about getting your flu shot if you haven’t already. Especially with the COVID-19 lurking around every corner. Don’t be a “shot dodger”…..click here for information from the NCDHHS on how, why, and where to get your vaccination: https://flu.ncdhhs.gov/
9/15/2020 Reported from the NCDHHS today: “The Department of Public Health reports 158 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death since the Friday, Sept. 11, report. Cumberland County’s case count is now 4,825 with 79 deaths. As we enter flu season during the COVID-19 pandemic, health officials are urging residents to get vaccinated [ … ] Read More »
Whatever Your Reason The North Carolina Dept. of Health and Human Services launched their ” Whatever Your Reason” (Cualquiera que sea tu razón) campaign, a new statewide public campaign to encourage every North Carolinian to wear a mask in our collective fight against COVID-19. This campaign, strictly for North Carolina, features real people and places here [ … ] Read More »
9-1-2020 NC’s Governor, Roy Cooper, will move our state forward to Phase 2.5 on September 4th. There are still restrictions in place, and some restrictions were loosened. Masks are still required, and there is a limit on mass gatherings. To see the full Press Release, click here: Exec Order 163 Phase 2.5 Sept 1 [ … ] Read More »
FREE COVID-19 Testing When: Wednesday, September 2nd from 4-7 p.m. Where: Southwinds (former Big Lots) Shopping Center 1137 N. Bragg Blvd. Spring Lake, NC Please call 910.497.3445 with any questions CLICK HERE FOR ALL COVID-19 RELATED NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Attention local small business owners: The Cumberland County Community Development has started a new grant cycle for the Small Business Resiliency Program to help local small businesses affected by the COVID-19. To find out more, please click here: http://www.co.cumberland.nc.us/departments/community-development-group/community_development/small-business-resiliency-grant-program
Temporary positions are available for LPN and RN Nurses The Cumberland County Public Health Dept. is in need of temporary nurses for the COVID-19 response. Assistance is needed for contact tracing, in the epidemiological clinic, and performing test collections. Please call (910) 433-3851 for more information.
As reported from Cumberland County Aug 25, 2020 “The Department of Public Health reports 183 new COVID-19 cases and four additional deaths since the Friday report. Cumberland County’s case count is now 3,929 with 65 deaths. Cumberland County currently has 113 cases per 10,000 residents, with 8% of those tested returning positive for COVID-19. Cumberland [ … ] Read More »