Public Health Sciences Responds to the Coronavirus Pandemic

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As the community works to navigate the novel coronavirus, the Department of Public Health Sciences experts have played a significant role in providing expertise and guidance.

Researchers say rise in young COVID patients could have impact on hospital capacity

Coronavirus is exploding in the South. What can North Carolina do to control it?

Medical experts still concerned as COVID-19 deaths decrease in NC

COVID-19 cases in Mecklenburg could be 10 times higher than reported, officials say

Mecklenburg County Declares Racism a Public Health Crisis

Mecklenburg County leaders declare racism a public health crisis, call for urgent change

Is N.C. on track to move into phase three? It’s complicated

Here’s why COVID-19 spread in Charlotte has nothing to do with the protests – yet

When Race, Money, and Health Collide

Why Do We Hate?

Hospital experts explain: Why does social distancing push model’s COVID-19 peak later?

How Will the Coronavirus Outbreak End in Charlotte?

Gaston County Commissioner Urges Statewide Stay-at-Home Order to Expire

The Facts About Alcohol During Stressful Times Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

4 reasons the Charlotte area has more coronavirus cases, hospitalizations than rest of NC

National Public Health Week 2020: One We All Will Remember

Tips for Restaurant Takeout, Delivery Safety During COVID-19

How to Protect Against Coronavirus After Grocery Shopping

Suicide Prevention During COVID-19

VIDEO: Public Health and COVID-19 – Self Care

VIDEO: Public Health and COVID-19 – Working from Home

VIDEO: Public Health and COVID-19 – Social Distancing

Coronavirus: A Public Health Perspective