U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Monday the Pfizer vaccine, which county health departments along the coast will continue to provide residents along with the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
The CDC now recommends that fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors in substantial or high transmission areas, including several coastal counties.
Dr. Rachel Noble’s lab at UNC-IMS is set to expand sampling of the state’s wastewater for signs of the virus that causes COVID-19.
The state Division of Marine Fisheries is looking for input from the public on a draft spending plan for federal COVID-19 fisheries relief.
Brunswick County Chairman Thompson has ended the county’s state of emergency for COVID-19.
Employees, visitors, partners and contractors must now wear a mask while at all national parks and federal buildings, including those in coastal North Carolina.
President Biden signed executive orders, one of which enforces mask wearing on the federal level to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and acted to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement.
DHHS has partnered with Albemarle Regional Health Services to provide COVID-19 vaccines at health departments in Bertie, Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Gates, Hertford Pasquotank and Perquimans counties.
The second floor of Nags Head’s town hall and the public works offices will be closed this week for the safety of the public and employees.
North Carolina Health News compiled information on COVID-19 vaccination by county, including those on the coast.
Appalachian State University is collaborating with Rachel Noble and her team of researchers at the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences to set up a coronavirus tracking system at the Boone campus.
A new state task force to address disparities in communities of color impacted by COVID-19 recommends addressing aging buildings, particularly schools, in hyper-segregated, impoverished communities.
The state Division of Marine Fisheries is accepting applications from eligible commercial fishers, for-hire fishing operators, seafood dealers and processors, and marine aquaculture operations for coronavirus relief.
NCDOT reported Wednesday that five employees on the Neuse River ferry route between Cherry Branch and Minnesott Beach have tested positive for COVID-19.
COVID-19 precautions have prompted annual and seasonal roadside cleanups organized by state organizations and community volunteer groups to be canceled or postponed.
Aquaculture producers directly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic are now eligible for relief through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program.