We maintain this resource page to offer information and guidance to Sampson County’s COVID-19 Response, and we make every effort to keep this page updated. Please understand that information is subject to change frequently, and with little to no notice.
The U.S. Public Health Emergency that was declared to respond to COVID-19 ended on May 11, 2023.
North Carolinians still have access to COVID-19 care, while supplies last:
- COVID-19 vaccines
- Free at-home tests mailed to a home address
- No-cost treatment for people who are uninsured or underinsured (there may still be a fee for evaluation)
When supplies of federally purchased vaccines run out, they will be available like flu shots and other routine vaccinations.As the public health emergency ends, people’s Medicaid, WIC and Food and Nutrition Services benefits could change.
For more information about COVID-19 resources following the end of the public health emergency, visit MySpot.nc.gov or call 1-800-CDC-INFO.
- About COVID-19 / Sobre COVID-19
- Symptoms / Conozca Los Síntomas
- Testing / Pruebas
- If You Feel Sick/¿Qué debes hacer si te enfermas?
- How to Protect Yourself and Others
- Wellness Resources
PREVENTION, CARE, AND CLEANING
- Mask Guidance
- If You Are Sick or Caring for Someone
- Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Facility
- COVID-19 Fact Sheets, Flyers and Graphics
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES GUIDANCE
For Social Services-related information click here.