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New COVID-19 cases reported in the Piedmontese Triad

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Three other Forsyth County residents, along with a Davidson County resident and another Guilford County resident, tested positive for COVID-19 as the state budget reaches nearly 100 cases. County Forsyth Public Health Director held a briefing at 2:00 pm Thursday at the start of the County Council Commissioners meeting in Winston-Salem, COVID-19 helpline of the Fortyth County Department of Public Health. it can be reached at (336) 582-0800. According to the latest direction from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, the Forsyth County Department of Public Health has gone from routine inspections to restaurants and bars to visiting establishments that continue to operate for the purpose of providing education. and orientation. Inspections for complaints will continue normally, health officials said. In Davidson County, health department officials said the case was the first to have been positively tested in the laboratory. the past two weeks, Davidson County officials said. On Wednesday, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services stated that “based on the growing number of cases in our state and national and regional trends, we believe that the community transmission of COVID-19 is currently taking place in the North Carolina community. In Guilford County, health officials said their second case had traveled to Florida with the family during the first week of March. The person began experiencing symptoms on his return from traveling outside the state during the second week of March. The person went to their primary care physician for the test with a subsequent positive confirmation of the COVID-19 test. The person remains isolated, and family members are also in quarantine right now. The steps to prevent COVID-19 transmission are similar to the steps to prevent other respiratory diseases such as flu. These steps include: • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water and for at least 20 seconds each time. • Avoid touching the eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands. • Avoid close contact with sick people. • Cover your mouth and nose with a folded handkerchief or elbow when you cough or sneeze. • Do not reuse tissues after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose. • Clean and disinfect surfaces that are frequently touched. • Stay home if you are not feeling well. In case of fever, cough and breathing difficulties, consult a doctor but call in advance.

Three other Forsyth County residents, along with a Davidson County resident and another Guilford County resident, tested positive for COVID-19 as the state budget reaches nearly 100 cases.

The county health department of Forsyth said new test results lead to five cases.

The director of public health of Forsyth County gave a briefing at 2:00 pm. Thursday at the start of the county commissioners’ meeting in Winston-Salem.

COVID-19 helpline from the Forsyth County Department of Public Health can be reached at (336) 582-0800.

According to the latest direction from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, the Forsyth County Department of Public Health has gone from routine inspections to restaurants and bars to visiting establishments that continue to operate for the purpose of providing education. and orientation.

Inspections for complaints will continue normally, health officials said.

In Davidson County, health department officials said the case was the first to be tested in a positive laboratory.

The individual who tested positive reported traveling outside North Carolina, but within the continental United States, Davidson County officials said over the past two weeks.

On Wednesday, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services stated that “based on the growing number of cases in our state and national and regional trends, we believe that the community transmission of COVID-19 is currently taking place in the North Carolina community. ”

In Guilford County, health officials said their second case had traveled to Florida with the family during the first week of March.

The person began experiencing symptoms on his return from traveling outside the state during the second week of March. The person went to their primary care physician for the test with a subsequent positive confirmation of the COVID-19 test.

The person remains isolated, and family members are also in quarantine right now.

The steps to prevent COVID-19 transmission are similar to the steps to prevent other respiratory diseases such as flu. These steps include:

• Wash your hands often with soap and water and for at least 20 seconds each time.

• Avoid touching the eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.

• Avoid close contact with sick people.

• Cover your mouth and nose with a folded handkerchief or elbow when you cough or sneeze.

• Do not reuse tissues after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose.

• Clean and disinfect surfaces that are frequently touched.

• Stay home if you are not feeling well. In case of fever, cough and breathing difficulties, consult a doctor but call in advance.

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