Apple today released a new screening tool and set of resources to help people stay informed and take the proper steps to protect their health during the spread of COVID-19, based on the latest CDC guidance.
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Public Health Director Advises Chatham County (NC) Residents to Act Now to Slow Spread of New CoronavirusJon Darling 2020-03-25T11:20:36-04:00
As three additional Chatham County residents test positive for COVID-19 (six overall), Chatham County Public Health Director Layton Long strongly advises residents to act with urgency to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. “Because of the infectiousness of the new coronavirus, we expect the number of cases to continue to rise,” said Chatham County Public Health Director Layton Long.
North Carolinians now have access to virtual dental services during the COVID-19 outbreak, thanks to a new initiative at Carolina Dentistry (the new name for the Faculty Dental Practice), a part of the UNC Adams School of Dentistry. Starting today (March 24, 2020), Carolina Dentistry is offering teledentistry services through a virtual helpline to patients and oral health care providers across the state.