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NCDHHS @ncdhhs Raleigh, NC

The official account of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. All content is under NC Public Record law.

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NCDHHS, along with the @CDCgov and the @US_FDA is alerting consumers of adverse health effects associated with meth… https://t.co/KNN9t5rJcqCorrection -NC is partnering with @Vidant_Health and Orig3n to deploy up to 300 free temporary testing sites to und… https://t.co/YAQatlqbFq⚠️ ICYMI: NCDHHS is joining the CDC and FDA in alerting consumers of adverse health effects associated with methano… https://t.co/T9SgZphY0SThese actions will help to increase access to testing and increase reporting of NC test results, both positive and… https://t.co/loWz3dCIqi➡️ ICYMI: NCDHHS took action to decrease barriers to COVID-19 testing by issuing a Statewide Standing Order for COV… https://t.co/5RhfbbfrsZRead more: https://t.co/oHoZOtcXrM (2/2)➡️ ICYMI: NCDHHS launched the Community testing in High-priority And Marginalized Populations (CHAMP) Initiative to… https://t.co/Nv3QFh0dlsWearing a cloth face covering saves lives. Waiting 6 feet apart when in public places saves lives. Washing your han… https://t.co/SabE1WTsyV❤️ COVID-19 cases in NC are still on the rise. It’s important, now more than ever, that we do everything we can to… https://t.co/XIZNMTk3sM#COVID19NC Update for Wednesday, July 8, 2020: As of this morning, NC has had 77,310 positive cases of #COVID19 and… https://t.co/QCKWFwgYnLStay as healthy as possible to reduce risk of severe #COVID19 illness: ✔️ Eat healthy, exercise, get rest. This wil… https://t.co/rsILvkCvUiOur Youth Health Advisors know their 3 Ws. Do you? Practicing these three easy steps – Wear, Wait and Wash - can he… https://t.co/tZVZFH5CsfOur Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing worked in partnership with this @NCIOM task force on reco… https://t.co/KoEIDrIa9FWho should get tested? How does testing work? Where can you get tested? Get all your #COVID19NC questions answere… https://t.co/MLqjoXeUPIThere are a lot of factors that can contribute to stress right now. It's very important for all of us to maintain o… https://t.co/SCNU3KDzjQ
7/8
2020
NCDHHS recently issued statewide orders for #COVID19 that will increase testing and reporting to the state which is… https://t.co/b5HjyCubas3️⃣ Testing is important, however our best strategy is prevention. Remember to practice the 3Ws – wearing a face co… https://t.co/BIvBiZUr1VOrganizations planning a single or multi-day pop-up testing event can fill out an online form to have their event listed. (2/2)🚨 ICYMI: More than 20 new testing events were added yesterday to the Pop-Up Testing Sites page on NCDHHS’ COVID-19… https://t.co/mu8IW1kq0h⚠️ ICYMI: The COVID-19 Patients Presumed to be Recovered report was updated yesterday. Read more about NC's strat… https://t.co/8RharHtw3GThis new initiative is designed to increase access to free COVID-19 testing in African American, LatinX/Hispanic an… https://t.co/73H8UtJwpy➡️ NC is partnering with East Carolina University and Orig3n to deploy up to 300 free temporary testing sites to u… https://t.co/cyoyU6MxHq✔️ NCDHHS has issued a statewide standing order for #COVID19 testing which eliminates the need for COVID-19 testing… https://t.co/st77Em9ljxWe need this to stabilize to avoid a dangerous spike in the virus that could overwhelm our medical system and risk us going backward. (2/2)📈 Our metrics continue to move in the wrong direction. Daily case counts are up. The percent of tests returning pos… https://t.co/9MDjWr4UHi#COVID19NC Update for Tuesday, July 7, 2020: As of this morning, NC has had 75,875 positive cases of #COVID19 and t… https://t.co/RkZ1SWuwypCovering your face is a state requirement that helps others. WEAR a cloth covering over your nose and mouth. By c… https://t.co/TFTyuZVLMONCDHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen, M.D., will be available today at 2 p.m. for a dial-in media briefing regarding… https://t.co/E0T33tCxEiWear, Wash, Dry It is important that you follow guidelines on how to take off cloth face coverings when you’re hom… https://t.co/ALgXd5Gy3i @Margare10001124 Hi, thanks for reaching out. Here's more info on Phase 2 and cloth face coverings:… https://t.co/2SIy4NyWDvIf you’ve tested positive for #COVID19 or been near someone with COVID-19, a member of the #COVID19NC Community Tea… https://t.co/2JQV1JdvzEHow You Can Help #COVID19NC 💉 Donate medical supplies & PPE 🥫 Support food banks: https://t.co/ym6GwbX2cP ✔️Consid… https://t.co/xNhm5K6XPgTips for Kids: Parents, family members and other trusted adults can play an important role in helping children make… https://t.co/zhebGDZl8J
7/7
2020
Remember your 3Ws: Protect your family and neighbors and continue to #SlowtheSpread! When you leave home, WEAR a cl… https://t.co/UN94YR7BHqIt’s important to maintain healthy lifestyles during #COVID19NC. If you exercise outdoors, be sure to stay at least… https://t.co/U9LZNFq12HConteste la llamada si identificador lee NC OUTREACH (844-628-7223) o YOUR LOCAL HELATH DEPARTMENT. Nuestro Equipo… https://t.co/dD23qRB99e#AnswertheCall if your caller ID says NC OUTREACH (844-628-7223) or is from your local health department. Our… https://t.co/wGCMRvmyLd📺 In a new short video, the Youth Health Advisors with the NC Division of Public Health share a message on #COVID19https://t.co/rruLgquirr📱 ICYMI: NCDHHS is launching a new social media marketing campaign as part of a larger public outreach campaign des… https://t.co/KpoX8A4uuH📃 ICYMI: The COVID-19 Surveillance Summary, COVID-19 Ongoing Outbreaks in Congregate Living Settings report and COV… https://t.co/P6IhpcGshc📈 NCDHHS reported North Carolina's highest one-day number of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases with 2,099 cases r… https://t.co/vE7XTvYKnJ📹 A media briefing on #COVID19 will not be held today.#COVID19NC Update for Monday, July 6, 2020: As of this morning, NC has had 74,529 positive cases of #COVID19 and th… https://t.co/7gXTzf7QzZParents who need food assistance for their children can text FOODNC to 877-877 to locate nearby free meal sites.… https://t.co/Y7rEnH1dz2Do you know how to properly wear a cloth face covering, and how to make them yourself? The CDC has information on h… https://t.co/RmmlfKzziBCovering your face is a state requirement that helps others. WEAR a cloth covering over your nose and mouth. By cov… https://t.co/fbfeTO8wgaIf you feel sick: •Stay home and call your doctor. •Isolate yourself. •Stay informed. Get reliable info on… https://t.co/Xc2DYfkvvS
7/6
2020
A message from our Youth Health Advisors: We know things are a little different right now due to #COVID19NC, but we… https://t.co/DxCMqBYutFIf you’ve tested positive for #COVID19 or been near someone with COVID-19, a member of the #COVID19NC Community Tea… https://t.co/7SArVmsunV
7/5
2020
NC is still in Phase 2 (Safer at Home) of #COVID19NC restrictions, even during the holiday weekend. Protect yourse… https://t.co/iQY9aCZ1VYCarolina del Norte está en la Fase 2, Más Seguro en Casa, de las restricciones por #COVID19NC. Protéjase a sí mismo… https://t.co/VuLLWvwPrxWearing a cloth face covering in public settings is a requirement in NC. It is a simple but powerful action to… https://t.co/tFdLpGQcBpAl celebrar el 4 de Julio, conozca las tres palabras PEL: PÓNGASE un protector de tela que cubra nariz y boca. ESPÉ… https://t.co/mYmYSa17dFAs you celebrate July 4th, know your Ws! WEAR a cloth covering over your nose and mouth. WAIT 6 feet apart. Avoid c… https://t.co/3N4hR2Gz8DAs you celebrate #JulyFourth, remember to protect yourself and others. When you leave home, practice the 3 Ws: WEAR… https://t.co/BgN5BJQKBnAl celebrar el 4 de Julio #JulyFourth, recuerde protegerse a sí mismo y a los demás. Cuando salga de casa, practiqu… https://t.co/MrdYip1Q9d
7/4
2020
Al hacer planes para el fin de semana del 4 de julio, asegúrese de que sus celebraciones impliquen usar protectores… https://t.co/0rPdQGTf9oAs you make plans for the July 4th weekend, make sure your celebrations involve wearing face coverings, avoiding la… https://t.co/eP0ILT53jKALERT: North Carolina just reported 2,099 new cases today - a concerning new record. As we begin the holiday weeke… https://t.co/ak1MIYNGVX
Retweeted by NCDHHSHighest new case count, highest hospitalizations, highest percent positive since end of April. Please be cautious t… https://t.co/LDfeVxs5bL
Retweeted by NCDHHSNC is seeing its highest one-day number of #COVID19 cases with 2,099 cases. Hospitalizations are also at a record h… https://t.co/XXk1OzY3v6This #FourthOfJuly weekend, if you choose to spend time outdoors at an event or gathering, stay 6 ft apart & wear a… https://t.co/N2OCsNi8vN
Retweeted by NCDHHSWEARING a cloth face covering doesn’t take the place of the other Ws. As you make July 4th holiday plans, remembe… https://t.co/19QnuAdRf6Protect your family and neighbors from #COVID19 and continue to #SlowtheSpread. WASH your hands or use hand sanitiz… https://t.co/aB8w0CkbpTNCDHHS and CVS/Omnicare will be working together to provide #COVID19 testing for all residents and staff of North C… https://t.co/drW9JeuY9Q
7/3
2020
NC is still in Phase 2 of #COVID19NC restrictions; now is not the time to let up! Protect yourself and others by… https://t.co/bm3lbNvaLIWhether you use a washing machine or wash by hand, remember to wash your cloth face covering after each use. For… https://t.co/ac41jToJ4d🚨 Please stay safe and don’t forget to practice the 3 Ws as you celebrate #IndependenceDay this weekend: WEAR a clo… https://t.co/2OPITCmjkw✅ ICYMI: The state distributed PPE supplies to schools across NC for use in the upcoming school year. These PPE Sta… https://t.co/J6IdPEC4GU📲 NCDHHS is launching a new social media marketing campaign as part of a larger public outreach campaign designed t… https://t.co/BYbJkuHsYz🔹 Remember: Cloth face coverings are most effective when everyone wears them, and they are now required in public s… https://t.co/AjxxOOi8rO🗣 NCDHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen: “This July 4th, the best way that we can honor our country is by honoring each othe… https://t.co/9NTdxZFIaO📈 We have reason to be concerned. North Carolina’s trajectory of lab-confirmed #COVID19 cases and surveillance data… https://t.co/XHGRXTbfdh#COVID19NC Update for Thursday, July 2, 2020: As of this morning, NC has had 68,142 positive cases of #COVID19 and… https://t.co/pvYXdzU15ySay it with me, America: #COVIDStopsWithMe. #COVID19 https://t.co/9Twwxt6hPp
Retweeted by NCDHHSWearing a cloth face covering in public settings is a requirement in NC. It is a simple but powerful action to… https://t.co/C9xnC4RYhB#StayStrongNC! #COVID19NC is not over. As Independence Day approaches and you plan celebrations, protect your fam… https://t.co/0wuYv1DVCpNCDHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen, M.D., and Director of NC Emergency Management Mike Sprayberry will be available today… https://t.co/YnTaFbKhuaCOVID-19 has highlighted inequalities rural communities face in health care and internet access. Hometown Strong wi… https://t.co/ea5hJH0vjS
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7/2
2020
Proper use of cloth face coverings: - Wash after every use - Be careful not to touch eyes, nose & mouth when remov… https://t.co/N4N4UkSzaFDo you know the symptoms of #COVID19?. Know what to look for and contact your health care provider if symptoms pers… https://t.co/ZNBhW6nTmsSi está haciendo planes para el Día de la Independencia, piense cómo incluirá las 3 palabras PEL. PÓNGASE un protec… https://t.co/AVbGZWYfc4A large gathering, especially without masks and social distancing, is one of the most likely places for #COVID19 to… https://t.co/6TOLPaPEeZ🚨 As you make #JulyFourth plans, remember to include the 3 Ws: WEAR a cloth covering over your mouth and nose, WAIT… https://t.co/NT1p6sxaN4If you’re making plans for Independence Day, think about how you’ll include the 3 Ws. WEAR a cloth covering over yo… https://t.co/hbjIfr4FmF🙏 ICYMI: North Carolina Army National Guardsmen help prepare donated items to be examined and sorted at the MANNA F… https://t.co/airTgpBGNw➡️ ICYMI: NCDHHS will partner with Omnicare, a CVS Health company, to make facility-wide testing available to resid… https://t.co/V4ZBG50Zzd✅ This week, the state distributed PPE to schools across NC for use in the upcoming school year. These PPE Starter… https://t.co/9SBfblR6jf📚 More information in the Strong Schools NC Public Health toolkit: https://t.co/9aiirkDqR6“Let me be clear: We want our schools open for in-person instruction in August,” stated @NC_Governor More informa… https://t.co/ozD1FrBY9g❗ Today, @NC_Governor shared that North Carolina will continue working with schools, teachers, parents and health e… https://t.co/gM388g1MaYToday is our highest day of confirmed #COVID19 cases with 1,843 new cases. Visit our dashboard at https://t.co/rITckvNKJS.#COVID19NC Update for Wednesday, July 1, 2020: As of this morning, NC has had 66,513 positive cases of #COVID19 and… https://t.co/ChmYiKHD5kEl cubrirse con una mascarilla de tela se trata de ayudar a los demás. UTILICE una mascarilla de tela que le cubra.… https://t.co/CnMdJ7V5WyCovering your face is a state requirement that helps others. WEAR a cloth covering over your nose and mouth. By cov… https://t.co/CuWuYQVVJ1The enhanced online application portal for Medicaid and Food and Nutrition Services makes it quicker, easier and mo… https://t.co/hcH5WEP90V.@NC_Governor will share an update on #COVID19 today at 3 p.m. Today's press conference will not include an announc… https://t.co/SUrd8QlWfEAl hacer planes para el fin de semana del 4 de julio, asegúrese de que sus celebraciones impliquen usar protectores… https://t.co/CAR9QzSn4oAs you make plans for the July 4th weekend, make sure your celebrations involve wearing face coverings, avoiding la… https://t.co/5yieWEwFELDo you know how to properly wear a cloth face covering, and how to make them yourself? The CDC has information on h… https://t.co/GGB1Fc381f
7/1
2020

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