Yearly Archives: 2020

Pamlico County COVID-19 Case Updates

Of the two (2) current active positive COVID-19 Cases in Pamlico County,both cases have been deemed by Public Health officials as recovered and are off required isolation measures. The necessary isolation requirements are being free of COVID-19 symptoms and fever without fever reducing medications for a minimum of 72 consecutive hours. Case #7 identified on 24-April-2020 was cleared by Health Officials at 1500 hours today’s date and was included in the case count on the Community Report released earlier today. Case #8 identified on 8-May-2020 was cleared by Health Officials at 1…

Military flyover supporting local healthcare professionals

  MARINE CORPS AIR STATION CHERRY POINT, N.C. – 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing and Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point will honor healthcare professionals with a flyover across Eastern North Carolina, specifically over Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune, Carolina East Medical Center, and Carteret Health Center, around noon on May 7th. This flyover showcases our continued support to those working on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19. We stand with those who have dedicated themselves to ensuring the safety, health, and well-being of all those who need assistance, especially…

State officials call Phase One ‘cautious step forward’

By John Trump | Carolina Journal News Service RALEIGH — Gov. Roy Cooper is easing restrictions on North Carolinians because of COVID-19, but the stay-at-home order remains in place. Cooper said Tuesday, May, 5, that he signed an executive order allowing the state to enter Phase One of a plan to reopen the state, though restaurants, private clubs, hair salons, and gyms will remain closed. “We are easing restrictions in a data-driven way,” Cooper said in a news conference. Phase One begins Friday at 5 p.m., and Phase Two, which further eases restrictions, could begin May 22, if key metrics regar…
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