Beaufort County Emergency Management: COVID-19 Update (04-18-21) | Beaufort County Now | You are receiving the attached message and email below from Beaufort County's EOC as a method of keeping you informed about our county's response to COVID-19.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Press Release

    Good Morning Everyone,

    You are receiving the attached message and email below from Beaufort County's EOC as a method of keeping you informed about our county's response to COVID-19.

    Please see page 4 of today's update for information about recent media reports of adverse reactions, common side effects and general vaccine safety.

    Beaufort County’s EOC will transition to a weekly update beginning next week. Our next update will be published on Friday 4/23. Daily COVID statistics will continue to be available Monday – Friday using the following link: Beaufort County NC COVID Surveillance

    Beaufort County’s Health Department has appointments available beginning Wednesday 4/21) for individuals wishing to receive the Moderna Vaccine. Appointments can be made by calling (252) 940-6150 or using this link.

    Please see page 4 of today's report for a complete list of local providers that are now offering vaccines, additional reports here.

    We intend to send this update by 6pm Monday - Friday until further notice.

    Additional updates from our previous posting have been highlighted.

    Here is the PDF version of the latest Coronavirus updates regarding Beaufort County the Region and North Carolina.

Click the image below to receive the enitre mutli-page PDF describing the complete up to date data regarding this Pandemic that never found its way to Beaufort County: Below.



    We ask that you assist us by sharing this information with your families, workplaces, and communities.

    As always, thank you all for what you do to keep Beaufort County safe and prepared.


    Chris Newkirk
       Deputy Director,     Beaufort County Emergency Services

    1420 Highland Dr
    Washington, NC 27889
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