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Veterans are tremendous assets to our workforce, and we encourage our state’s businesses to hire these brave men and women. Gov. Cooper has proclaimed November 8 - 12 as Employ a Veteran Week.
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After getting vaccinated, we sat down to talk about why we decided to get vaccinated. I hope my daughters talking about their experience will help other kids feel more comfortable getting their shot.
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Vaccinated! Thanks to our pediatricians @Raleighpeds for giving our daughters their COVID vaccine today. Talk to your pediatrician if you have questions and visit myspot.Nc.gov to find a spot for your 5-11 year old to get their shot!
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Many families across NC continue to receive an installment of the advance Child Tax Credit federal payment, which provides them with up to half of their total credit and bolsters their income to meet immediate needs for children’s health and well-being.
Go to getctc.org/en to find out if you are eligible for the payments and sign up to get them.
Kids have a spot to take their shot! We know you may have questions before taking your children to get the COVID-19 vaccine, and we're here to help. Join us on Nov. 9 at 6:30 PM to get answers from the experts.
NC is a national leader in #ECE with high-quality early care and learning that helps parents raise children and the state’s economy. COVID economic recovery depends on more investment in children, families and the child care workforce! #RaisingNC
As we near the end of fall semester, protect yourself and your loved ones over the holidays and remainder of the school year. Hear from staff and students of @appstate on why they chose to get their shot and make campus a safer place. ➡️ MySpot.nc.gov
Daylight saving time ends on November 7 at 2 a.m. Make sure you turn back clocks one hour on Sunday!
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Tune in to @MyPBSNC tonight at 7:00PM for #BlackIssuesForum hosted by @DebHoltNoel where @1of2vics and I answer questions about COVID vaccines for kids, boosters, treatment & vaccine equity in NC!
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November 5, 2021 COVID-19 NC Vaccine Update: 67% Adult Population Fully Vaccinated 71% of Adult Population Vaccinated with at Least One Dose More information: covid19.ncdhhs.gov
November 5, 2021 COVID-19 NC Update: 1,997 Newly Reported Cases 1,144 Currently Hospitalized 18,251 Total Deaths in NC 4.0% Daily Percent Positive
Actualización sobre P-EBT Año Escolar 21-22 P-EBT: Carolina del Norte ha presentado su plan al USDA federal para emitir beneficios de P-EBT para estudiantes y niños elegibles durante el0 año escolar 2021-22 y está esperando la aprobación.   Visite ncdhhs.gov/PEBT
Update on SY 21-22 P-EBT: North Carolina has submitted their plan to federal USDA to issue P-EBT benefits for eligible students and children through the 2021-22 school year and is waiting for approval.   Visit ncdhhs.gov/PEBT #NCPEBT
NCDHHS along with Piedmont Triad Regional Council Area Agency on Aging (PTRC AAA) are providing free COVID-19 vaccinations to people at home with limited mobility. Register now by calling the At-Home Vaccination Hotline at 1-866-303-0026 or visit ptrc.org/COVID.
Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of death and disease in NC. E-cigarettes are gaining popularity among middle and high school students, and vaping often leads to cigarette smoking. Learn how to keep your kids and teens from smoking and vaping: heart.org/en/healthy-liv…
Las dosis de refuerzo contra el COVID-19 están disponibles para las personas elegibles en NC. Puedes ir a cualquier lugar que ofrezca las vacunas para recibir tu dosis de refuerzo y no tienes que presentar tu tarjeta de vacunación. Vacunate.nc.gov
COVID-19 booster shots are available for all eligible North Carolinians. You may visit any location offering initial doses of COVID-19 vaccines to receive your booster and are not required to present your paper vaccination card. Visit MySpot.nc.gov for more info.
Communities in NC are already working hard to vaccinate kids! @NC_Governor & I visited Chapel Hill Pediatrics today to cheer on the kids getting vaccinated and talk about the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines for our kids ages 5-11.
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Si tienes síntomas de COVID-19 durante 10 días o menos, la terapia con anticuerpos monoclonales puede ayudarte a sentirte mejor más rápido y evitar la necesidad de hospitalización. Obtén más información + busca ubicaciones de tratamiento: 877-366-0310 o covid19.ncdhhs.gov/treatment
Algunas personas pueden calificar para un tratamiento preventivo con anticuerpos monoclonales. Si sabes que has estado expuesto al COVID-19 y no tienes síntomas, habla con tu proveedor de atención médica para obtener más información, llama al 877-366-0310.
Some people may qualify for preventative treatment with monoclonal antibodies. If you know you have been exposed to COVID-19 and don’t have symptoms talk to your health care provider for more information, call 877-332-6585 or visit covid19.ncdhhs.gov/treatment
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 for 10 days or less monoclonal antibody therapy may help you feel better faster and prevent the need for hospitalization. Learn more + find treatment locations: 877-332-6585 or visit covid19.ncdhhs.gov/treatment
It is safe, effective and strongly recommended for pregnant women to get vaccinated against COVID-19, as well as those who were recently pregnant or are breastfeeding. COVID-19 can cause severe illness and other harmful effects leading up to and after birth. #DontWaitToVaccinate
Happy Diwali! While we @ncdhhs are not celebrating in-person this year, I love this photo with some of the team from the #Diwali celebration a few years back.
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Life can be stressful 😬 If you are struggling to cope, or the symptoms of your stress or anxiety won’t go away, it could affect your health. Learn more atgo.usa.gov/xfQKq4#shareNIMHH#StressAwarenessDayyp
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November 3, 2021 COVID-19 NC Vaccine Update: 67% Adult Population Fully Vaccinated 71% of Adult Population Vaccinated with at Least One Dose More information: covid19.ncdhhs.gov
November 3, 2021 COVID-19 NC Update: 1,777 Newly Reported Cases 1,194 Currently Hospitalized 18,191 Total Deaths in NC 4.5% Daily Percent Positive
Come work with us! @ncdhhs is hiring a media relations director (governmentjobs.com/careers/northc…) & strategic communications director (governmentjobs.com/careers/northc…). Both will develop & lead media & communication strategies to provide accurate, timely, & transparent info across NC!
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Need an update on your NC HOPE Program application❓ Log into the HOPE Self-Service Applicant Portal to check your status: rebuild.nc.gov/hope-program/r…. Call the HOPE Call Center at (888)9ASK-HOPE for help accessing the portal and more information. @NCEmergency @NCPublicSafety
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PEDIATRIC COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE: The FDA has authorized a lower dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, and the CDC recommends all children 5 to 11 get the vaccine to protect against serious illness and help keep them healthy.
Need a COVID-19 test? You have options: ➡️ No-Cost Community Testing Events ➡️ Test Site Finder ➡️ No-Cost COVID-19 Test Home Collection Kit ➡️ Pick up an at-home testing kit at your pharmacy ➡️ Your health care provider Start here: covid19.ncdhhs.gov/about-covid-19…
"We love our people. We love our culture. Let's get back to our roots and support our people." The Meherrin Tribe is committed to getting their COVID-19 vaccines to protect communities and keep North Carolinians safer. Visit MySpot.nc.gov #DontWaitToVaccinate
People with asthma are more likely to develop pneumonia when they get #flu. There's still time to reduce your risk of serious complications and #FightFlu by getting a flu shot. Get yours today. bit.ly/2Zg0nyV
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We are getting closer to having a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine available for children ages 5-11. Thank you to @DukeU for conducting these trials and to the parents and children who participated to help make sure all children can get their shot: whqr.org/latest-local-n…
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Lung cancer is the third most common cancer among men and women in the United States and early detection is very important. Learn more about prevention, screenings, risks and treatment: cancer.org/content/dam/CR…
November 1, 2021 COVID-19 NC Vaccine Update: 67% Adult Population Fully Vaccinated 71% of Adult Population Vaccinated with at Least One Dose More information: covid19.ncdhhs.gov
November 1, 2021 COVID-19 NC Update: 1,096 Newly Reported Cases 1,211 Currently Hospitalized 18,104 Total Deaths in NC 5.0% Daily Percent Positive
Gov. Cooper has proclaimed November as American Indian Heritage Month. We’re grateful for North Carolina’s American Indians and all of the contributions they’ve made to our state.
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NCDHHS released a new interactive, online data dashboard to track violent deaths in NC. The NC-VDRS Data Dashboard includes data on suicide & homicide circumstances in NC. These include current mental health treatment, substance use, history of suicidal ideation & attempts, etc.
Hi November! There's a lot to be thankful for this year including the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines. They've saved countless lives and helped us get back to the things we love. Before the fun holiday gatherings start, remember to go get vaccinated if you haven't already!
Congratulations @ncdhhs employee Terri Grant-Boyd, recipient of a Governor’s Awards for Excellence. It makes me proud Terri has lived the DHHS value belonging by creating an atmosphere of equity & inclusion across the Murdoch Center, where she is a staff development specialist.
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We're all excited for Halloween this year 👻🎃🍬 Know these trick-or-treating safety tips before you gWQE
Need a COVID-19 test? You have options: ➡️ No-Cost Community Testing Events ➡️ Test Site Finder ➡️ No-Cost COVID-19 Test Home Collection Kit ➡️ Pick up an at-home testing kit at your pharmacy ➡️ Your health care provider Start here: covid19.ncdhhs.gov/about-covid-19…
October 29, 2021 COVID-19 NC Vaccine Update: 67% Adult Population Fully Vaccinated 71% of Adult Population Vaccinated with at Least One Dose More information: covid19.ncdhhs.gov
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