North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is hosting a Virtual COVID-19 Update and Resource Information Session for faith, nonprofits and small business communities on April 8.
Vaya Health continues to offer its hotline and other mental health or substance use crisis help during COVID-19 outbreak.
Polk County Health and Human Services Agency staff have determined through contact tracing that there is presumed community spread in the county, meaning, at least one of the positive cases in the community has no known source of transmission.
WIC Services in Polk County will continue to operate by phone during the coronavirus pandemic.
On behalf of the Isothermal Regional Commission and the Region C Workforce Development Board, we want to make you all aware of the services that we can provide to businesses that are looking for COVID-19 related disaster assistance and are dealing with COVID-19 related layoffs.
By sharing symptom details and travel history when calling 911, you can help prevent the spreading of COVID-19.
A Polk County resident has tested presumptive positive for the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19
The Polk County Register of Deeds office effective March 25 is limiting in-person services until further notice but will have all office functions available online or by mail or appointment.
Citizens can receive updates on COVID-19 in Polk County through the Nixle alert system.
N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper's Executive Order extends public school closures through at least May 15, bans mass gatherings of more than 50 and closes some businesses.


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