Cooper moves up vaccine availability for people with chronic health problems

Eligibility for those in Group 4 will begin March 17. Those living in prisons, group homes and other congregate facilities also will be eligible.
By Jonathan Limehouse | March 11, 2021

New guidance on life after vaccination

New Centers for Disease Control guidelines offer looser rules for vaccinated North Carolinians.
By Christian Green, Carolina Public Press | March 9, 2021

As Covid-19 cases decline, 3 millennials hope for better days

While hopeful that conditions will continue to improve, neither is willing to take unnecessary risks.
By Jonathan Limehouse | March 9, 2021

Low Covid-19 vaccination rates reported for N.C.’s Hispanic residents

Only 2.5% of all vaccines administered in the state have been delivered to recipients who identify as Hispanic, state data show.
By Christian Green, Carolina Public Press | March 8, 2021

Covid-19 vaccination date moved up for N.C.’s essential workers

Gov. Roy Cooper also announced that Group 4 members with serious health conditions can get vaccinated starting March 24.
By Jonathan Limehouse | March 2, 2021

Mecklenburg will get shipment of new Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine

Health officials said the new vaccine means more people will get vaccinated faster.
By Glenn Burkins | March 2, 2021

Gov. Cooper lifts modified stay-at-home order, eases other Covid-19 restrictions

Bars and taverns will be allowed to open for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.
By Jonathan Limehouse | February 25, 2021

NC counties in Covid ‘red zone’ on the decline

Since Feb. 4, the number of NC counties designated as Covid-19 red zones fell to 27 from 64.
By QCity Metro | February 24, 2021

Mecklenburg Public Health wants community groups to co-host vaccination clinics

The move is to ensure that more people get vaccinated, especially those in underserved neighborhoods.
By Jonathan Limehouse | February 18, 2021

North Carolina marks 10,000 Covid-19 deaths

The state also surpassed 800,000 total case of the disease, which is cause by the new coronavirus.
By Glenn Burkins | February 9, 2021