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What is the difference between COVID and the Flu?

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

2020 Flu clinics for Cumberland County

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:

10/21/2020 Gov. Cooper keeps NC in Phase 3 for another 3 weeks

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 »

October 24th is National Prescription Take Back Day

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day will be on October 24, this year. This event is a safe, convenient, and responsible way to dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs at locations in communities throughout the country. Medicine take back options are the best way to safely dispose of unused or expired prescription and nonprescription [ … ] Read More »

Dept. of Public Health will launch flu vaccine clinics

The CC Dept. of Public Health is getting ready to launch their flu immunization clinics throughout the county.   County residents who are over the age of 19 will be able to receive the flu vaccine at no cost, regardless of whether they have insurance or not. For those who are insured, your insurance company [ … ] Read More »

COVID updated numbers for Cumberland County 10/20/20

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 »

UPDATE @1:15 p.m.: Any customers who experienced a water outage should be back up and running now. Thank you so much for your understanding. On Wednesday, October 21, 2020 the Spring Lake Water Operations Department will be doing maintenance on the water system that may result in water outage/low pressure in the following areas: Lee [ … ] Read More »

Possible water issues for some residents 10/21/2020

  On Wednesday, October 21, 2020 the Spring Lake Water Operations Department will be doing maintenance on the water system that may result in water outage/low pressure in the following areas:   Lee Street Elizabeth Street John Street LaCock Street Scarborough Street Graham Street Warfield Street Morehead Street   If you experience any loss of [ … ] Read More »

US Census Bureau releases a thank you to the US population

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2020 2020 Census Response Rate Update: 99.98% Complete Nationwide ” All States Top 99%, Self-Response Beats 2010 OCT. 19, 2020 — According to updated numbers released by the U.S. Census Bureau today, 99.98% of all housing units and addresses nationwide were accounted for in the 2020 Census as of the [ … ] Read More »

2020 Census ended October 15th, 2020

the Census officially ended on October 15th, 2020 after a Supreme Court ruling. From the 2020 Census: “Thank you for your interest in the 2020 Census. Online data collection for the 2020 Census has concluded. For more information, please visit 2020census.gov. “

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