News Releases

​Wake County COVID-19 Cases at 25

  • On March 19, 2020
Note: We want to share important information with you as efficiently as possible. Going forward, we will combine all COVID-19-related updates into one news release each day. This news release will be emailed to you around 5 p.m. We will send additional news releases in some circumstances. Wake County is investigating three new positive cases
Read More
Share:

Millennium Tour 2020 Attendees at Risk of Exposure to COVID-19

  • On March 19, 2020
Attendees, employees asked to call special hotline A Wake County resident who attended The Millennium Tour 2020 at PNC Arena on March 13 has tested positive for COVID-19. The individual was symptomatic while attending the event. The person was at the concert from 8:20 p.m. Friday, March 13, to midnight Saturday, March 14. The individual
Read More
Share:

Register Online for Library Cards and Access an Array of Digital Services

  • On March 18, 2020
It’s easier than ever to access online resources from Wake County Public Libraries—even while locations are closed in response to COVID-19. Residents without a library card can register online and receive a temporary card number and PIN that are good for 60 days. This temporary number allows you to use all WCPL’s online resources. “These are unprecedented
Read More
Share:

Wake County COVID-19 Cases at 22

  • On March 18, 2020
Note: We want to share important information with you as efficiently as possible. Going forward, we will combine all COVID-19-related updates into one news release each day. This news release will be emailed to you around 5 p.m. We will send additional news releases in some circumstances. Wake County is investigating five new positive cases
Read More
Share:

Wake County, Hospitals Collaborate on COVID-19 Response

  • On March 17, 2020
Goal: Keep emergency departments from getting overwhelmed Wake County is working closely with local hospitals to create a coordinated community response to COVID-19. The goal of this collaborative effort is to prevent local emergency departments from becoming overwhelmed with people seeking COVID-19 testing. “We’ve seen hospitals in other countries and other states get flooded with
Read More
Share:

Wake County COVID-19 Cases at 17

  • On March 17, 2020
Note: We want to share important information with you as efficiently as possible. Going forward, we will combine all COVID-19-related updates into one news release each day. This news release will be emailed to you around 5 p.m. We will send additional news releases in some circumstances. Wake County is investigating two new positive cases
Read More
Share:

Wake County Provides Guidance to Healthcare Providers, Public about COVID-19 Testing

  • On March 16, 2020
The Wake County Public Health Division is working with its local healthcare providers to ensure they have and understand COVID-19 testing guidance. Our public health team has sent them written guidance that outlines the testing criteria. “This type of collaboration is critically important, because we can’t do this alone,” said Wake County Medical Director Dr. Kim
Read More
Share:

Wake County COVID-19 Cases at 15

  • On March 16, 2020
Note: We want to share important information with you as efficiently as possible. Going forward, we will combine all COVID-19-related updates into one news release each day. This news release will be emailed to you around 5 p.m. We will send additional news releases in some circumstances. The Wake County Public Health Division is investigating
Read More
Share:

Some Lego Convention Attendees at Risk of Exposure to COVID-19

  • On March 15, 2020
Timeframe of concern is March 8 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. A Wake County resident who attended the BrickUniverse Lego Fan Convention at the Raleigh Convention Center on March 8 has tested positive for COVID-19. The individual was symptomatic while attending the event, which attracts hundreds of people. “Because the crowd was so large and so
Read More
Share: