The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services awarded five organizations, including the Latin American Coalition of Charlotte, a $100,000 grant to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in the Latinx community.
Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Order of Phase 2 reopening is set to expire Friday, June 26. Many businesses not allowed to reopen under Phase 2 are hoping Governor Cooper allows them to reopen in the next phase.
A Charlotte woman has been ready to donate her kidney to a boy in need who lives in California for nearly two years. After the coronavirus pandemic hit, the surgery was postponed and now she and the boy’s family are having to raise tens of thousands of dollars to get her across country safely.
Dr. Houlihan says graduations will be held the week of June 22. He says locations and rain dates are expected to be announced by the end of the week. Dr. Houlihan says they are also working on audio and live streaming capabilities for anyone who wishes to watch remotely.
Secretary Azar toured Atrium Health’s Med-1, a mobile hospital that’s parked in front of Charlotte Motor Speedway, and met with local legislators and health leaders for a round table discussion on the coronavirus pandemic.
A family is questioning how ‘end of life’ is defined. Due to visitor restrictions put in place at congregate care facilities during the coronavirus pandemic, they can’t see their loved one who has less than one year to live.