The novel coronavirus and resulting COVID-19 disease is a rapidly unfolding situation in North Carolina and across the globe. The effects of the outbreak are likely to be widespread, and will disproportionately affect the most vulnerable among us. With this in mind, NCNG is compiling information and resources related to the outbreak, as well as philanthropy’s response. If there are resources you suggest we add to this page, please let us know.


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State and Federal Information Sources


North Carolina’s Division of Public Health hosts a website with up-to-date information related to the outbreak. This includes information and resources for all sectors of the state, including schools and colleges, businesses, families, long-term care facilities and more. The state’s response efforts are also noted on this site.

Governor Cooper issued an executive order on March 10 declaring a state of emergency, and the NC Department of Health and Human Services shared several recommendations to slow the spread of COVID-19 and reduce the number of people infected.

North Carolina's Broadband Infrastructure Office has created an interactive map that identifies free or affordable service offerings from various vendors across the state, and a list of public Wi-Fi access locations available for public use.
 
The federal Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s website contains resources and information related to the U.S. government’s preparation and response to the outbreak, including up-to-date “situation assessments.” The CDC has also provided a Fact Sheet on the Coronavirus, which can be found here.

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