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Drive-thru COVID-19 test site cancelled for Thursday July 23rd

Drive-thru COVID-19 testing has been cancelled for Thursday, July 23rd at the C.C. Deparment of Health due to the forecasted excessive heat expected for our area with a heat index of over 102 degrees again. N.C. is still in Phase 2 and they urge residents to follow the three W’s…wash, wait and wear.

CC Dept of Health beginning immunizations for upcoming school year

Although most public schools have opted for remote learning to start out the upcoming school year, immunizations are still an important part of getting our students ready. The Cumberland County Health Department is currently taking appointments for your children and their immunizations beginning on Friday, July 24th. They will be following all protocols required during [ … ] Read More »

COVID-19 local testing sites

Shared from Cumberland County:  Testing Sites in Cumberland County Drive-Thru COVID-19 Test Collection at Manna Church Updated Test Locations Beginning Tuesday, June 15, the Cumberland County Department of Public Health will conduct drive-thru test collection for COVID-19 by appointment at two locations, while supplies last and staffing is available.On Tuesdays, test collection will be conducted at:Manna Church [ … ] Read More »

July 21st testing site cancelled due to extreme heat

Dangerously hot and humid conditions are expected in the area on Tuesday, July 21, and will mark the fifth consecutive day of heat index values more than 102 degrees. ********Due to the expected sweltering conditions for July 21st, Community Testing (previously referred to as Pop-Up testing) at the VFW at 161 Chance St in Fayetteville [ … ] Read More »

Cumberland County COVID numbers July 21st, 2020

As reported from Cumberland County July 20th, 2020:   *Testing site is cancelled today due to extreme heat..see below… “The Department of Public Health reports 162 new COVID-19 cases and one death since Friday morning. Cumberland County’s case count is now 2,011 with 48 deaths. The resident who died was in their 70’s with underlying [ … ] Read More »

COVID-19 Triage Plus Information and Referral Line

1-877-490-6642 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Seven days a week

Governor Cooper announces plans to start the school year

July 14th, 2020 Governor Cooper announced the state’s plans to re-open school this year. In a press release on July 14th, he made the following statement: “Schools will open for in-person instruction under an updated Plan B that requires face coverings for all K-12 students, fewer children in the classroom, measures to ensure social distancing [ … ] Read More »

Free COVID Testing

  July 15th the folks from the Stedman-Wade Health Services family has set up in the former Big Lots parking lot at 1137 N. Bragg Blvd. They are offering free drive-up COVID-19 testing to anyone with an I.D. and for anyone from 6 years old and up. You do not have to be a Cumberland [ … ] Read More »

COVID-19 updated numbers for Cumberland County July 13th, 2020

As reported from Cumberland County: “The Department of Public Health reports more than 150 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, July 10. Cumberland County’s case count is now 1,690. In Cumberland County, an average of 9% of COVID-19 tests taken over the last two weeks have been positive, according to the N.C. Department of Health and [ … ] Read More »

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