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  1. County Moves to COVID-19 Community Level Medium

    https://news.mecknc.gov/news/county-moves-covid-19-community-level-medium-0

    Mecklenburg County has moved from CDC COVID-19 Community Level Low/Green to COVID-19 Community Level Medium/Yellow.  

  2. County Moves to COVID-19 Community Level High

    https://news.mecknc.gov/news/county-moves-covid-19-community-level-high

    As of today, Friday, July 29, Mecklenburg County has moved to the highest CDC COVID-19 Community Level: High/Orange.

  3. County Moves to COVID-19 Community Level Low

    https://news.mecknc.gov/news/county-moves-covid-19-community-level-low

    As of today, Friday, July 1, Mecklenburg County has moved from CDC COVID-19 Community Level Medium/Yellow to COVID-19 Community Level Low/Green.    

  4. New Expiration Dates for Many Brands of At Home COVID-19 Tests

    https://news.mecknc.gov/news/new-expiration-dates-many-brands-home-covid-19-tests

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has extended the shelf-life of 14 brands of COVID-19 at-home rapid test kits.

  5. County Moves Back to COVID-19 Community Level Medium

    https://news.mecknc.gov/news/county-moves-back-covid-19-community-level-medium

    As of today, Friday, July 8, Mecklenburg County is once again at CDC COVID-19 Community Level Medium/Yellow after just one week at COVID-19 Community Level Low/Green.  

  6. COVID-19 Level at High in Mecklenburg County

    https://news.mecknc.gov/covid-19-level-high-mecklenburg-county

    The CDC’s COVID-19 Community Level in Mecklenburg County has shifted to the HIGH level. 

  7. ​Bah HumBUG - COVID, Flu and RSV are the Gifts No One Wants this Holiday Season

    https://news.mecknc.gov/news/bah-humbug-covid-flu-and-rsv-are-gifts-no-one-wants-holiday-season

    COVID-19 isn't the only concern this year. In Mecklenburg County and statewide,

  8. Health Leaders Caution Community to Be Vigilant During Peak Respiratory Virus Season

    https://news.mecknc.gov/news/health-leaders-caution-community-be-vigilant-during-peak-respiratory-virus-season

    Health leaders caution residents that respiratory illnesses including COVID and influenza are circulating at high levels in our community, resulting in spikes in emergency room visits and hospitalizations.

  9. 5. Enforcement of Support Obligations

    https://dcr.mecknc.gov/child-support/enforcement-support-obligations

    Enforcement tools to get support payment as ordered.

  10. Updated COVID-19 Guidance from the CDC

    https://news.mecknc.gov/news/updated-covid-19-guidance-cdc

    ​Mecklenburg County Public Health (MCPH) encourages our community to keep up with the latest information regarding COVID-19 guidance because the virus continues to circulate globally, and in our community.