The Omicron variant is a reason for concern, but public health leaders are optimistic vaccination and boosters will offer some protection.
NC officials are preparing to roll out vaccine boosters in the state, now that the CDC has approved the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson versions for fully vaccinated people.
More people will be allowed in NC museums, sports venues, restaurants and more with Gov. Roy Cooper’s decision to lift COVID-19 restrictions.
Here’s what you need to know about COVID variants in North Carolina and how to protect you and your family.
After thousands of vaccination appointments were canceled this week, NC DHHS pledges to distribute vaccines to all corners of the state.
NC's new coronavirus plan comes with states and the federal government pushing to speed up a sluggish vaccine rollout.
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