Yearly Archives: 2020

Pamlico County Identifies Seventh Case of COVID-19

Pamlico County, NC– On April 24,2020 at 09 :00 hours the Pamlico County Health Department received confirmation of a positive test result regarding a citizen who was tested for Novel Coronavirus (COVID- 19) on April 22″d, 2020. The individual tested has been in isolation since the test date. Pamlico County Health Department and the Pamlico County COVID-19 Task Force are working at this time to conduct contact tracing under State Protocols to make sure anyone who came into close contact with this individual is quarantined/isolated.”Close Contact” is defined a…

Murphy Reacts to North Carolina Stay at Home Order Extension

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Greg Murphy, M.D. (NC-03) issued the following statement after Governor Roy Cooper announced he is extending the stay at home order for the state of North Carolina until May 8. The previous stay at home order was set to expire on April 29. “First and foremost, as a physician and a member of Congress, the health and well-being of North Carolinians has been and continues to be the single most important factor to me during this pandemic. We are in uncharted clinical waters but, given the interventions enacted so far, we have fared very well. Social distancing has beco…

Current (1) active case has recovered

The one (1) current active positive COVID-19 Case in Pamlico County has been deemed by Public Health officials as RECOVERED and are off required isolation measures.The criteria for release for Isolation and Quarantine of confirmed or suspected cases is as follows: Patient has been on Isolation for seven days with improving symptoms and without fever for at least 72 hours or greater without using fever reducing medicine or Patient has absent of fever (without fever reducing medication) improvement of respiratory symptoms, and 2 negative test results conducted on specimens collected at…

Update on Direct Payments for North Carolinians

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