Download photos and video (credit Brunswick County Government): https://flic.kr/s/aHsmT4kj6s Brunswick County Health Services administered its first doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to Brunswick County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel Tuesday morning. The department is also working with internal and external partners to vaccinate individuals within local law enforcement, fire/rescue teams, Health Services and other medical…

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KEY POINTS Brunswick County was upgraded into the Substantial/Orange Tier on the North Carolina COVID-19 County Alert System this week North Carolina enters into a modified Stay at Home Order today requiring people to stay at home between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. through at least Jan. 8, 2021 Brunswick County is working with internal and external partners on…

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Ten More Counties Designated as Red for Critical Community Spread  Link: https://governor.nc.gov/news/cases-rising-rapidly-north-carolina-tightens-existing-mask-requirements-and-enforcementRaleighNov 23, 2020 Governor Roy Cooper today issued additional COVID-19 safety measures to tighten mask requirements and enforcement as cases continue to rise rapidly in North Carolina and across the country. Executive Order No. 180 goes into effect on Wednesday, November 25 and runs through…

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Brunswick County shared a COVID-19 Snapshot Update and a letter from our Health and Human Services Department about COVID-19 during the Thanksgiving holiday season today. You can find these updates on the county’s website via the links below. COVID-19 Snapshot Update for Nov. 20: https://www.brunswickcountync.gov/coronavirusupdate11-20-20/ A Letter to Our Residents About COVID-19 This Thanksgiving and Holiday…

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Link: https://www.ncdhhs.gov/news/press-releases/ncdhhs-releases-new-guidance-thanksgiving-celebrations-black-friday-shopping The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services released new guidance for Thanksgiving celebrations and Black Friday shopping to help North Carolinians gauge the risks, protect their friends and loved ones, and slow the spread of COVID-19. “The best way to protect loved ones during Thanksgiving is to limit travel and gatherings with…

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KEY POINTS As of Oct. 2, there are 1,703 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents (1,551 considered recovered, 120 isolating at 94 different households, 5 hospitalized, 27 deaths) and there are 17 cases among non-residents (12 considered recovered, 3 transferred monitoring to home county, 2 deaths) Brunswick County has updated its COVID-19 dashboard to include cases…

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Key Points As of Sept. 17, there are 1,520 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents (1,383 considered recovered, 106 isolating at 80 different households, 5 hospitalized, 26 deaths) and 17 cases among non-residents (12 considered recovered, 3 transferred monitoring to home county, 2 deaths) We still have a few months left in hurricane season—make…

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KEY POINTS As of Friday, Aug. 21, there are now 1,354 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents (1,187 considered recovered, 138 isolating at 103 different homes, 7 hospitalized, 22 deaths) and 17 cases involving non-residents (1 isolating in the county, 11 considered recovered, 3 transferred monitoring to home county, 2 deaths). While a majority…

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Every year, Brunswick County and the towns, cities, and other utilities that purchase water from Brunswick County, implement an annual flushing program. Public Utilities employees flush the water mains by opening fire hydrants and allowing them to flow freely for a short period of time. The flushing cleans out sediment and allows routine maintenance of…

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