BURLINGTON – A second COVID-19 outbreak has been identified at the long-term care facility Home Place of Burlington. Currently, four (4) cases have been confirmed among three (3) residents and one (1) staff. NC DHHS defines an outbreak as two laboratory-confirmed cases in a period of 28 days within a congregate living …

The Alamance County Health Department will begin taking appointments for those in Phase1b, Group 1 – Adults 75 and over and any first responders and healthcare workers that were unable to get vaccinated during Phase 1a.Due to the overwhelming demand for the COVID-19 vaccine for individuals 75 and older, the Health Department …

The Alamance County Health Department will not be administering vaccines tomorrow, Friday, January 8, 2020, at the Career and Technical Education Center due to forecasted hazardous weather conditions.

Please be reminded that vaccines are only provided for Phase 1b, Group 1 – Adults 75 and over and any first responders and healthcare workers …

Due to Covid-19 related staffing issues, both Alamance County remote Recycling Centers will close effective Wednesday, January 6th.  The two recycling centers, located at Pleasant Grove Recreation Center and at 3479 Danieley Waterwheel Road, both in Burlington, will be closed until further notice. 

The Recycling Center located at the Alamance County Landfill, 2701 …

Due to a positive Covid-19 test result amongst staff, the North Park Library will be closed until further notice. While building cleaning is underway, the branch will remain closed out of an abundance of caution. Alamance County Health Department was notified of the possible COVID-19 case(s) at North Park Library and is …

BURLINGTON – On December 23, the North Carolina Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (NCVDL) in Raleigh confirmed Alamance County’s third case of rabies for the year.

On December 23, Alamance County Animal Control was notified of a dog bite involving three people on or around Hester Road in Burlington. After picking the dog up …

BURLINGTON – Alamance County Health Department has identified an outbreak at the long-term care facility Village of Brookwood Retirement Community in Burlington. Currently, nine (9) cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed among six (6) staff and three (3) residents. Of the six (6) staff members, three (3) are residents of other counties …

Due to a positive Covid-19 test result amongst staff, the Alamance County Board of Elections will be closed until further notice. While building cleaning is underway, the office will remain closed out of an abundance of caution. The Alamance County Health Department was notified of the possible COVID-19 case(s) and is currently …