How We’re Fighting Coronavirus to Protect North Carolinians

Our nation has faced major crises before and we have always come together to confront and overcome them. In responding to the coronavirus pandemic, I will keep working across the aisle to push for solutions to protect the physical and economic health of North Carolina families. My priority is to provide all the resources you need to stay informed. If you have questions, I invite you to take a look at a list of some of the most frequently asked questions my office has received, and of course please don’t hesitate to contact my office. 

Additionally, NC 2-1-1 is a helpful resource for people to call for assistance related to the COVID-19. NC 2-1-1 operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You should only call 9-1-1 if you are experiencing an emergency.

If you think you may be experiencing symptoms, call your health care provider or local public health department. Please do NOT go to a health care provider without calling them first in order to limit possible exposure to our hardworking medical professionals. You can find your appropriate POC here. For more information, call the toll free NC COVID-19 Helpline at 1-866-462-3821 or visit the CDC.Gov or NCDHHS.Gov.

Frequently Asked Questions

For a list of frequently asked questions regarding coronavirus, direct checks for hardworking North Carolinians, and information for business owners, visit the FAQ page on my website. Please contact my office if you have any questions or need help with a federal agency.
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