Key Points Health Services identified two additional individuals who received a positive test result for the novel coronavirus Friday As of May 15, there are 53 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents (43 considered recovered, 7 isolating at home, 1 isolating at a hospital, 2 deaths) and 10 cases among non-residents (5 considered recovered,…

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KEY POINTS Free, anonymous mental health resources are available to residents and health care workers/first responders 24/7 Phase 1 still includes a modified version of the Governor’s Stay at Home Order. Limiting your travel helps both our county and our neighboring counties prevent the further spread of the virus. Do not plan any day trips or…

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Key Points As more businesses prepare to reopen, follow the information and guidance for businesses about Phase 1 on the NCDHHS website, including the reopening checklist, cleaning and disinfection tips, and links to materials like the Know Your Ws and occupancy signage. Phase 1 still includes a modified version of the Governor’s Stay at Home Order. Limiting your…

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KEY POINTS Phase 1 still includes a modified version of the Governor’s Stay at Home Order. Limit nonessential travel and do not plan any day trips or vacations during Phase 1 (through May 22) in or out of Brunswick County (including South Carolina). Although Phase 1 is now in effect, the threat of COVID-19 is still…

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KEY POINTS Health Services identified two more positive cases Monday, bringing the total number of identified positive cases among residents to 51 (41 are considered recovered). Although Phase 1 is still in effect, the threat of COVID-19 is still out there—follow the three Ws when you visit any public area: Wear a cloth face covering; Wait six feet apart to avoid…

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Key Points Although Phase 1 is still in effect, the threat of COVID-19 is still out there—follow the three Ws when you visit any public area: Wear a cloth face covering; Wait six feet apart to avoid close contact and maintain appropriate social distancing between yourself and others; Wash your hands often or use hand sanitizer. Hotels and short-term vacation rentals are allowed…

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Key Points Phase 1 of North Carolina’s three-phase plan to lift restrictions due to COVID-19 is now in effect; Phase 1 still includes a modified version of the Governor’s Stay at Home Order. Read the full press release from the Governor’s Office here. More information and guidance for businesses about Phase 1 is available on the NCDHHS website. Brunswick…

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Key Points Brunswick County identified one more positive case among a county resident Friday. The County also received additional information concerning the residency of two positive cases reported May 5; monitoring for both of these individuals is transferring to their home county and their cases are now retracted from Brunswick County’s case counts. The transition…

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Key Points The transition to Phase 1 of the state’s three-phase plan to lift restrictions due to COVID-19 still includes a modified version of the Governor’s Stay at Home order effective Friday, May 8 at 5 p.m. Continue to limit travel as much as possible during this phase and discourage vacations or invitations to guests…

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Key Points Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order No. 138 Tuesday to modify North Carolina’s Stay At Home order and transition to Phase 1 of slowly easing certain COVID-19 restrictions effective Friday, May 8 at 5 p.m. Read the full press release here. More information and guidance for businesses about Phase 1 is available on the NCDHHS website. As of…

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