As we all respond and adjust our lives to the dynamically changing landscape being carved by the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to provide our clients and our community with resources to keep you up to date on what is happening in our communities, our counties and our state.
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Town of Highlands
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Highlands Restaurant Services
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Highlands Business Resources
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Neighbors Helping Neighbors
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Cashiers Restaurant Services
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State of North Carolina
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In the face of this global COVID-19 pandemic, we are sharing the positive news that we are seeing in North Carolina communities. Here are some examples of what we have found.
The funds will increase medical response capacity, increase food insecurity, increase access to learning, and support the world’s most vulnerable populations.
The waivers are in place through at least June 1.
AT&T is creating a Distance Learning and Family Connections Fund.
The money helps cover basic needs, medical supplies, and financial hardships.
The money supports both global and local responses.
For every item purchased, Headbands of Hope is donating one surgical mask to a healthcare professional.
Since Monday, estimates are that enough fabric has been collected to make more than 13,000 masks.
They’re able to make about 80 disposable shields per day.
The test should help reduce the workload on the state’s public health labs.
The antiviral agent is known as remdesivir.
The test can yield results from a blood sample in 15 minutes.
The company is adding the diagnostic test to its product development pipeline.