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In a recent interview with her on PBS NC we talked about the numbers who had received the COVID vaccine and I asked when we might reach “herd immunity.”
In a recent interview with her on PBS NC we talked about the numbers who had received the COVID vaccine and I asked when we might reach “herd immunity.”
 
With COVID-19 cases declining and vaccines rolling out, states across the U.S. are beginning to lift restrictions on gatherings and businesses.
With COVID-19 cases declining and vaccines rolling out, states across the U.S. are beginning to lift restrictions on gatherings and businesses.
 
State health secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen updated N.C. residents on COVID-19 vaccinations Thursday, Jan. 21.
State health secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen updated N.C. residents on COVID-19 vaccinations Thursday, Jan. 21.
 
Cohen’s guidelines come in a so-called “secretarial directive” issued from her office this week and are more stringent than Gov. Roy Cooper’s executive orders.
Cohen’s guidelines come in a so-called “secretarial directive” issued from her office this week and are more stringent than Gov. Roy Cooper’s executive orders.
 
Concerning trends show the need for local leaders to take further action to help protect their communities
 
Roy Cooper and Mandy Cohen claim to be following the “science and data,” while ignoring the data about the negative consequences of their shutdown orders
Roy Cooper and Mandy Cohen claim to be following the “science and data,” while ignoring the data about the negative consequences of their shutdown orders
 
Governor Cooper and DHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen met with Dr. Deborah Birx in North Carolina today.
 
This contention leaves open the question of whether state government and the reporters are collecting and analyzing the right data the right way.
This contention leaves open the question of whether state government and the reporters are collecting and analyzing the right data the right way.
 
Governor Roy Cooper and NC DHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen, M.D. with Claudia Velasco-Osorio, Consul General of Mexico in Raleigh, and Jorge Archila, Consul General of Guatemala, release the following statement on the effect of COVID-19 on the Latinx/Hispanic Community.
Governor Roy Cooper and NC DHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen, M.D. with Claudia Velasco-Osorio, Consul General of Mexico in Raleigh, and Jorge Archila, Consul General of Guatemala, release the following statement on the effect of COVID-19 on the Latinx/Hispanic Community.
 
Vidant Health continues to increase access to essential care and services, supported by North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Sec. Mandy Cohen’s announcement on Friday, May 1.
Vidant Health continues to increase access to essential care and services, supported by North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Sec. Mandy Cohen’s announcement on Friday, May 1.
 
Governor Roy Cooper and NC DHHS Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen today shared an update on where North Carolina stands in the fight against COVID-19 and urged North Carolinians not to let their guard down.
Governor Roy Cooper and NC DHHS Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen today shared an update on where North Carolina stands in the fight against COVID-19 and urged North Carolinians not to let their guard down.
 
The budget and the House vote process are profoundly disappointing.
 
Statement From Secretary Mandy Cohen, M.D. About the Tragic Event at UNC-Charlotte Yesterday
 
Chief executives from seven rural hospitals shared with Governor Roy Cooper and Secretary Mandy Cohen of the Department of Health and Human Services their support for North Carolina to act now to close the health care coverage gap.
Chief executives from seven rural hospitals shared with Governor Roy Cooper and Secretary Mandy Cohen of the Department of Health and Human Services their support for North Carolina to act now to close the health care coverage gap.
 
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, M.D. has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of 2019's Top 25 Women Leaders.
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, M.D. has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of 2019's Top 25 Women Leaders.
 
The governor's behind it, and state Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen is for it. Some freshmen legislators have made it a priority, some leaders in the N.C. House think it's a good idea, and 32 states have implemented a version of it.
The governor's behind it, and state Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen is for it. Some freshmen legislators have made it a priority, some leaders in the N.C. House think it's a good idea, and 32 states have implemented a version of it.
 
As the New Year unfolds there are at least a dozen leaders likely to play a big role in public policy issues in 2018
As the New Year unfolds there are at least a dozen leaders likely to play a big role in public policy issues in 2018
 
State Health and Human Services Secretary nominee Dr. Mandy Cohen has a sterling pedigree with Ivy League credentials and a previous job at the highest level of federal health care
State Health and Human Services Secretary nominee Dr. Mandy Cohen has a sterling pedigree with Ivy League credentials and a previous job at the highest level of federal health care
 
DHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen, MD, is calling on thousands of clinicians across North Carolina to join the fight against opioid addiction in North Carolina, a crisis that has seen more than 13,000 North Carolinians die unnecessarily from unintentional overdoses since 1999
DHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen, MD, is calling on thousands of clinicians across North Carolina to join the fight against opioid addiction in North Carolina, a crisis that has seen more than 13,000 North Carolinians die unnecessarily from unintentional overdoses since 1999
 
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