In a few short weeks, the CMS board of education will take another look at the county case numbers and decide if students will stay virtual or go back to in-person learning.Right now, CMS says the plan is to send student back to in-person learning in mid-February. But that decision will depend on w
A mass vaccination clinic opened Friday morning at the Charlotte Motor Speedway as part of a public-private partnership with the state of North Carolina, Honeywell, Atrium Health and Tepper Sports & Entertainment.
Mecklenburg County Public Health officials notified CMS that several already-reported COVID-19 cases they investigated at North Mecklenburg High, Butler High and Lake Wylie Elementary are classified as clusters.
The effort, called “Community Immunity For All,” plans to acknowledge the history of health injustices in communities of color, collaborate with partner organizations and educate people to make informed decisions to protect their health.
Thousands of North Carolina parents are waiting on a response from Governor Cooper after the signed a letter to the Governor asking he take executive action and reinstate in-person learning. Four groups representing four major school districts in North Carolina, including CMS, came together to writ
State health officials are urging residents to be vigilant in practicing social distancing and wearing masks to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 amid public health experts’ concerns over the recent rise in COVID-19 data trends in South Carolina.
Biden’s inauguration came at a time of national tumult and uncertainty, a ceremony of resilience as the hallowed American democratic rite unfurled at a U.S. Capitol battered by an insurrectionist siege just two weeks ago.
But that could soon change starting as the end of this week. President-elect Joe Biden says he has big plans to give 100-million vaccinations in 100 days as soon as he’s inaugurated.Many people who are eligible to get vaccinated right now can’t find an appointment right here in Charlotte.And there