COVID-19 Resources

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Recent important information about the COVID-19 testing, vaccines and more. Page is updated regularly.

COVID-19 Vaccines Q&A

Watch this engaging Q&A video with medical experts to get answers to all your vaccine questions.

Waiver Services during COVID-19

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You have the right to receive the home and community-based services (HCBS) you need during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you need additional services due to COVID-19, Appendix K may provide […]

Caregivers in Hospitals

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Do you need your caregiver with you? If you have a disability and need to go to the hospital, the law gives you certain rights, including equal access to health […]

Questions about COVID-19 Vaccines?

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Watch the COVID-19 Vaccine Information Session video. About the Panelists Crystal Bowe, MD, MPH, FAAFP, is a family physician currently practicing in Gastonia. Dr. Bowe attended North Carolina A&T University for […]

Time is Running Out for Disabled People

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North Carolina’s vaccination campaign against COVID-19 is well underway. Yet thousands of people with disabilities remain unvaccinated and exposed, even though they are at high risk of severe COVID-19 complications or death.

COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

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This page was last updated  2/11/2021 and a newer version is available. We know people are worried about getting vaccinated against COVID-19. When the federal CDC changed its vaccination plan, […]

Medical Rationing: What You Need to Know

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What is medical rationing? When the COVID-19 Pandemic first arrived in the U.S. many hospitals in hotspot areas were overwhelmed. When there are not enough resources for everyone, hospital staff […]