BURLINGTON: The City of Burlington has implemented a boil water notice due to E. Coli/fecal coliform bacteria found at a specific location in the city of Burlington water system.
E. coli/fecal coliform bacteria can cause illness for individuals with weakened immune systems. Symptoms of E. coli infection may vary, but could include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea

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On April 27, the North Carolina State Lab of Public Health in Raleigh confirmed Alamance County’s second case of rabies for the year.
On April 26, Alamance County Animal Control was notified of a bat that was retrieved from a pool on Dixon Road in Graham. Alamance County Animal Control sent the bat to the North

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Community needs and demands regarding COVID-19 vaccinations are changing; however, there is still a large segment of the county population that has yet to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. In order to address this, Alamance County Health Department is planning to host mobile vaccination events in the community and are looking for the assistance of community

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Persons seeking to schedule an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine now have two convenient options. Beginning March 1, COVID-19 vaccination appointments can be made online at www.vaccinatealamance.com. The online appointment system will go live at 8:30am and will remain open until all appointments are filled. We will continue to schedule appointments through the COVID-19 Vaccination

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Alamance County and Cone Health to Open a COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Clinic
On Saturday, Feb. 27, the Alamance County Health Department and Cone Health will open a joint COVID-19 vaccination clinic. The clinic is at 2401 Eric Lane, Unit 100, in Burlington. Appointments are required.
The facility will initially vaccinate health care workers, persons 65 and over

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