COVID-19

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  May 14, From NCDHHS.gov

  • Following yesterday’s guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that fully vaccinated individuals can safely do most activities without wearing a mask or the need to social distance from others, Gov. Cooper and Secretary Cohen announced that North Carolina will remove its indoor mask mandate for most settings. Additionally, the state will lift all mass gathering limits and social distancing requirements. These changes are now in effect as of 1:30 p.m. today.

     
  • Masks will still be required in child care, schools and camps as most children are either not yet vaccinated or are not yet eligible to be vaccinated. Everyone, including people who are fully vaccinated, will still be required to wear a mask in certain settings such as public transportation, health care settings like hospitals, doctor’s offices and long-term care settings like nursing homes, and certain congregate settings like correctional facilities and homeless shelters. NCDHHS will continue to have strong public health recommendations for individuals to continue to protect one another until more people are vaccinated. People who are not vaccinated should wear a mask and maintain distance in all indoor public settings and in outdoor settings when they can't maintain six feet of distance. Read the frequently asked questions for more information.

     https://www.nc.gov/covid-19/covid-19-orders-directives

 

 

 

FEMA Video Details on COVID-19 Funeral Financial Assistance: FEMA created a public-facing training video published on YouTube that gives details on how FEMA is providing financial assistance for COVID-19-related funeral expenses that were incurred after January 20, 2020. The video will help provide information on the requirements and process of applying for assistance. View the Video.

If you are visually impaired or need assistance accessing information on this page, please call our hotline at 336-318-6227 or email us at: healthed@randolphcountync.gov

 

 

 


 

  

 

Remember the 3 WS!

Wear a cloth face covering

WEAR
a cloth face covering 

Wait 6 feet apart

WAIT
6 feet apart. Avoid close contact.

Wash your hands

WASH
your hands or use hand sanitizer.

 

LOCAL UPDATES


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RCPH has added an appointment line for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The phone number is: 336-318-6201. 

With the continued increase in positive case numbers and planning for COVID-19 vaccine distribution, our workload does not allow for us to continue providing a regular update of Randolph County COVID-19 data.  To obtain that data, please visit the COVID-19 North Carolina Dashboard at https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/dashboard and search by county. We do apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.


To request the most recent Randolph County COVID-19 Situation Report, please email healthed@randolphcountync.gov


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RESOURCES & SUPPORT


 

Call 2-1-1 for resource assistance such as food, shelter, energy assistance, housing, parenting resources, health care, employment, substance abuse treatment, and resources for high-risk populations. http://211.org/services/covid19

Text COVIDNC to 898211 to receive general information updates about COVID-19

Email wellnesscoalition@randolphcountync.gov for business and municipality questions, concerns, or requests for assistance.

Call Randolph County Coronavirus Hotline for county specific questions and concerns: 336.318.6227
• Hotline hours: Monday – Friday / 8:00am – 5:00pm

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