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To a very small degree, Fearrington Village residents look to Fearrington Cares for information about health and well-being. Since accurate and current information is the bedrock of managing any potential threat to residents, Fearrington Cares is providing an information page on our web site for the infectious disease COVID-19.
In the coming weeks, as we learn more about the impact of having a new contagious disease among us, we will not write original articles, give medical advice, or provide nursing assessment of potential infection during the walk-in clinic. Rather, we will provide up-to-date information on this disease. While facts are emerging, please avoid speculation and make decisions based on reliable information sources.
A small group of professionals in the Village with experience in the health field recommends the following web sites to stay informed and to help you manage your health and well-being.
Check this page and these sites frequently as professional health guidance for COVID-19 continues to evolve at a fast pace.
The state has also set up a 24/7 Coronavirus Q&A Hotline staffed by nurses and pharmacists. The number is .
For non-emergency COVID-19 questions: Call 211 (24/7).
Text “COVIDNC” to 898211 to receive general information and updates about COVID-19.
See the Guide to New (Late March 2020) Federal Resources for Relief of Economic Damages Caused by the Coronavirus Pandemic.
CLICK ON THE BANNERS BELOW FOR THE CURRENT SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION ON COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)
VIDEO RESOURCE: “Coronavirus Virus: Facts, Not Fear” [59 minutes]
WRAL News Team Reporters David Crabtree and Debra Morgan aired a special live broadcast on Monday evening, March 09, 2020, to help answer the public’s coronavirus questions. Guests included State Health Director Dr. Elizabeth Tilson, Wake County Human Services Director Regina Petteway, and Timothy Sheahan from UNC-Chapel Hill’s Department of Epidemiology. This program contains a wide range of timely, valuable information on the current status of the COVID-19 virus in North Carolina.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Virtual Urgent Care Visits
Experiencing Symptoms? What to Do. Persons experiencing flu-like symptoms including fever, cough, or shortness of breath who have traveled recently to a country listed as an Alert level 2 or 3 (see descriptions of warning the levels below) by the CDC or to a state that has issued an Emergency or Disaster Declaration, or had close contact with a person with COVID-19 should contact your physician’s office by phone, the UNC Health COVID-19 Helpline at 1-888-850-2684 or the NC 24/7 Coronavirus Q&A Hotline at before visiting their physician’s office, an urgent care location or a hospital emergency room.
Consider Potential Virtual Urgent Care Visits
- UNC Health offers virtual urgent care through its UNC Urgent Care 24/7 service virtual consultations to diagnose non-emergency medical issues: go to www.UNCUrgentCare247.com.
- WakeMed offers remote assessment through its virtual urgent care consultations to diagnose non-emergency medical issues: go to www.virtualurgentcare.wakemed.org
Guide to New (Late March 2020) Federal Resources for Relief of Economic Damages Caused by the Coronavirus Pandemic
Click here or on the graphic below to open this 18-page indexed resource as a PDF file.