Cary, NC — In last month’s COVID report, the focus locally and nationally was set on increasing access to tests and reaching the end of the Omicron surge. Fortunately, in both areas, there have been noticeable improvements.
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Cary, NC — As the pandemic nears the end of its second year, let’s take a look at its current status in Cary, Wake County and the state, including the December 10 detection of the Omicron variant in NC.
Cary, NC – In response to falling rates of COVID-19 infection in Cary and the larger region, Mayor Harold Weinbrecht on Thursday announced he would rescind the Town’s requirement for masks in all indoor spaces, which has been in effect since August 18, 2021. That order will now expire at 12:01 a.m. Friday, October 29. Read more
Cary, NC — Since we last reported on the status of the pandemic in and around Cary in July, masks mandates have returned and so too have increased levels of COVID-19 cases at the local, state and national levels.
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Cary, NC — It’s been a couple of months since we provided an update on COVID-19 in Cary and beyond. So, here’s a look at the local, state and national numbers of the moment as well as some more information on the Delta variant of the virus.
Cary, NC — The latest news related to COVID-19 precautions in the U.S. is the guideline announcement today from the CDC which asserts that fully vaccinated people can, in most settings, stop social distancing and wearing masks.
Exceptions for this include certain environments like nursing homes, medical settings and public transportation such as bus stations and planes.
Cary, NC — Our nearest international travel hub, Raleigh-Durham International Airport recently announced changes in national travel guidance, additional summer destinations and reported RDU’s highest volume of travelers since the start of the pandemic.
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