NCDMVA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Operations & Procedures - NC DHHS Information
The NC Department of Military And Veterans Affairs (NCDMVA) is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of all veterans, their families, our staff and the general public during this pandemic. The Department may implement additional changes to operations and procedures as this public health crisis continues to develop. NCDMVA will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates on a continuing basis. Below are direct links to Governor Cooper’s office, the North Carolina's Department of Health and Human Services and the state’s 2-1-1 program for resources and assistance. Please continue to monitor these websites and stay vigilant as this crisis unfolds.
- PRESS RELEASE: In response to Governor Cooper’s Executive Order and preparedness plan to slow the spread of COVID-19, the NCDMVA has implemented the following policies and procedures at all of our service offices, veterans homes, and memorial cemeteries. Learn More
Please take the time to thoroughly read and download the below COVID-19 associated files for all staff, residents, contractors, and related personnel. This documentation contains updated additional strategies to minimize chances for exposure, key considerations for performing non-COVID-19 clinical care during the COVID-19 pandemic, including potential for patient harm if care is deferred and level of community transmission, are summarized in the framework for healthcare systems providing Non-COVID-19 cinical care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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CDC Responding to COVID 19 In Nursing Homes
CDC Reportable Diseases and Conditions
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GOV Executive Order 131
DHHS IP Staffing Worksheet
NC GS Chapter 130A Article 6
DHHS Response to COVID19 Cases
DHHS SDH Order Novel Coronavirus Causing Death