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
Habitat for Humanity mortgage delinquencies triple during coronavirus pandemic
Due to the pandemic, more than 300 Habitat homeowners in Charlotte are behind on their mortgage payments.
By Maria Ramirez Uribe, WFAE | February 23, 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
N.C. Central is helping the state craft a BIPOC vaccination message
Because of that work, state officials say, more people from historically marginalized communities say they are willing to be vaccinated.
By QCity Metro | February 12, 2021