On July 11 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. the City of Northwest is a having a census event. There will be a person from the census that will process your information on site by phone or internet. Free hotdogs, hamburgers and chips will be served. ALL COVID 19 RESTRITIONS WILL BE FOLLOWED Citizens of…

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KEY POINTS Governor Cooper’s Executive Order No. 147 extends Safer At Home Phase 2 to Friday, July 17 and requires that employees and guests to wear face coverings in public places statewide. Employees in the service industry and people who attend social gatherings with family and friends from other households continue to make up a…

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If you think you have symptoms of coronavirus, it’s best to call your primary care provider first, so health care staff can help determine if testing is needed and whether testing is available at their office.  If your primary provider is not offering testing, the following have been designated as temporary COVID-19 testing and screening…

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The City of Northwest has released its proposed FY 2020-21 budget. A public hearing on the budget will be held at City Hall, on June 22 at 7 p.m. and the budget may be approved at that meeting. Please contact City Hall with any questions or comments by calling 910-655-3110 or using the contact form at cityofnorthwest.com/contact-information.

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BRUNSWICK COUNTY LATEST CASE COUNTS AND TESTING DATA Brunswick County updates its COVID-19 case counts daily (including weekends) online. To provide a clearer picture of what Brunswick County’s COVID-19 test results mean for the public, Brunswick County Health Services will share periodic updates to allow staff time to analyze data from multiple days in succession and provide…

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Next update: Thursday, June 4, unless an additional release is required. Brunswick County updates its COVID-19 case counts daily (including weekends) for residents and the media to view at https://www.brunswickcountync.gov/alert-ticker/information-on-coronavirus/ KEY POINTS As of Tuesday, June 2, there are now 110 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents (73 considered recovered, 32 isolating at 16 different…

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KEY POINTS Brunswick County was notified about the death of a county resident associated to the novel coronavirus Monday. As of April 3, there have been five deaths associated to the virus (three residents and two non-residents who tested positive while visiting). As of June 1, there are now 96 positive cases of COVID-19 among…

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Note: Brunswick County will post its next coronavirus update Tuesday, May 26 unless an additional release is necessary to address public health concerns. The County will still update its COVID-19 test results daily (including weekends) for residents and the media to view at https://www.brunswickcountync.gov/alert-ticker/information-on-coronavirus/ KEY POINTS North Carolina will move into Safer At Home Phase 2 of lifting COVID-19 restrictions beginning at…

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KEY POINTS Health Services identified three more residents who received a positive test result for the novel coronavirus Wednesday; these individuals are close contacts of a previously reported case and were quarantining. As of Wednesday, May 20, there are now 64 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents (48 considered recovered, 12 isolating at home,…

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