192021Jan

COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Availability for January 21-26

Alamance County Health Department is currently offering COVID-19 vaccinations to people 75 and older, and those first responders and healthcare workers that have not yet been vaccinated, by appointment only. Beginning Wednesday, January 20, multi-day appointments can be made for Thursday, January 21 through Tuesday, January 26. Callers will be assigned a specific day and… COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Availability for January 21-26

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142021Jan

Alamance County Health Department Will Continue Vaccination of Adults 75 and Over

In light of the current vaccine supply, Alamance County Health Department will continue its current operations of vaccinating adults age 75 and older. Following guidance from NC DHHS, the Health Department will continue in the planning process in preparation for adding individuals age 65 and older to its vaccination rollout. In the coming weeks, as… Alamance County Health Department Will Continue Vaccination of Adults 75 and Over

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132021Jan

First Rabies Case of 2021 Confirmed in Alamance County

On January 11, the North Carolina State Laboratory of Public Health in Raleigh confirmed Alamance County’s first case of rabies for the year. On January 7, Alamance County Animal Control was notified of a skunk that bit a dog on Fernway Drive. Alamance County Animal Control sent the skunk to the North Carolina State Laboratory… First Rabies Case of 2021 Confirmed in Alamance County

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132021Jan

Media Advisory: COVID-19 Vaccination Scheduling

Alamance County Health Department is currently offering COVID-19 vaccinations to persons in Phase 1b, Group 1- Adults age 75 and over, by appointment only. Beginning Wednesday, January 13, multi-day appointments can be made for Thursday, January 14 through Tuesday, January 19. Callers will be assigned a specific day and time. Interested persons should call 336-290-0650… Media Advisory: COVID-19 Vaccination Scheduling

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122021Jan

Alamance County Health Department Identifies COVID-19 Clusters and Outbreak

Alamance County Health Department has identified a COVID-19 cluster at Positive Attitudes Youth Center (PAYC) in Burlington, and Southern Alamance High School in Graham. Currently, eight (8) cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed among six (6) children and two (2) staff at PAYC. At Southern Alamance, six (6) cases have been confirmed among three (3)… Alamance County Health Department Identifies COVID-19 Clusters and Outbreak

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72021Jan

Alamance County Offering Vaccine Appointments for those 75 or Older

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 has revised… Alamance County Offering Vaccine Appointments for those 75 or Older

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242020Dec

Third Rabies Case of 2020 Confirmed in Alamance County

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, Alamance County Animal Control surrendered… Third Rabies Case of 2020 Confirmed in Alamance County

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222020Dec

Alamance County Health Department Identifies COVID-19 Cluster at Child Care Centers

Alamance County Health Department has identified a COVID-19 cluster at MUMS Childcare in Mebane and Little Thinkers Daycare in Burlington. Currently, eight (8) cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed among three (3) staff and five (5) children at MUMS Childcare. At Little Thinkers Daycare, six (6) cases have been confirmed among three (3) staff and… Alamance County Health Department Identifies COVID-19 Cluster at Child Care Centers

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222020Dec

Alamance County Health Department Identifies Outbreak at Long-Term Care Facility

Alamance County Health Department has identified an outbreak at the long-term care facility Liberty Commons in Burlington. The initial case count indicated twenty-one (21) confirmed cases of COVID-19 among one (1) staff and twenty (20) residents. NC DHHS defines an outbreak as two laboratory-confirmed cases in a period of 28 days within a congregate living… Alamance County Health Department Identifies Outbreak at Long-Term Care Facility

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212020Dec

Alamance County Health Department Identifies Outbreak at Long-Term Care Facility

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 and are not included in… Alamance County Health Department Identifies Outbreak at Long-Term Care Facility

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