COVID-19

All 100 North Carolina counties have moved to 'green' for COVID-19 levels.

Mecklenburg County has received updated COVID-19 booster shots aimed at the Omicron subvariant BA.5.

Mecklenburg County is still in code red for Covid-19 exposure levels.

The FDA now recommends those exposed to COVID to take three at-home tests for accurate results.

Mecklenburg County is still in the "red" or high level for COVID-19 spread. Here's how to order free at-home tests.

Mecklenburg County is set to end its COVID-19 state of emergency on August 15th.

A new Omicron variant is causing a spike in cases in North Carolina.

Mecklenburg County has moved back to code green as COVID cases in the area are improving.

StarMed in west Charlotte is offering the first shipment of Covid-19 vaccines for children under 5.

Mecklenburg County moves back to code yellow as COVID-19 cases rise in the area.

Pfizer COVID Booster Shots Available for Kids in Mecklenburg County

While masks may not be mandated in many areas, you may still want to be cautious when out. COVID cases are rising in Mecklenburg County and North Carolina after two months of stable and decreasing numbers.¬†Mecklenburg County had 1,608 new cases in the last week of April, according to the¬†NC Department of Health and Human […]