Hurricane Florence Wayne County Curfew

*Wayne County Curfew* — Effectively immediately, the City of Goldsboro and County of Wayne jointly announce a curfew has been imposed from 9:00PM until 6:00AM, beginning tonight, Friday, September 14, 2018, until further notice. No alcohol sales will be permitted during the curfew. Only individuals traveling to and from work, or for an emergency are permitted out during those hours. This is a county-wide curfew. Any person who violates a declaration enacted or declared pursuant…

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UNC Health Care and Wayne UNC Waive Virtual Fees for Hurricane Florence NC Residents

UNC Health Care and Wayne UNC Waive Virtual Fees for Hurricane Florence NC Residents

To support North Carolinians impacted by Hurricane Florence, UNC Health Care and Wayne UNC will waive fees associated with our virtual care service, UNC Urgent Care 24/7 beginning at 12:00 a.m. Friday, September 14 through 11:59 p.m. Sunday, September 16. This service from UNC Health Care provides patients with real-time access to physicians via phone, tablet or computer. Patients must be physically located in North Carolina during their virtual visit as required by medical licensing regulations….

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Hurricane Florence Food, Emergency Housing, and More

Hurricane Florence Food, Emergency Housing, and More

USDA is prepared to provide food, emergency housing, community, as well as farmer and rancher assistance to individuals and small businesses affected by severe storms and flooding. For more information: https://www.usda.gov/topics/disaster/storms

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Shelter information for Hurricane Florence

Shelter information for Hurricane Florence

As you prepare to take shelter from Hurricane #Florence, remember that rainfall from the storm is expected to last into next week. If you need a safe place to shelter, text SHELTER and your zip code (i.e. SHELTER 12345) to 4FEMA (43362) to find an open emergency shelter near you. Stay safe. If you’re safe sheltering in your home, get ready for the possibility of a extended power outage. Tips: ☑️Keep away from windows. Close storm…

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Wayne County Opens Additional Shelters Ahead of Hurricane Florence

Wayne County Opens Additional Shelters Ahead of Hurricane Florence

**Additional shelters opened: Mount Olive Middle School, 309 Wooten Street, Mount Olive & Spring Creek Middle School, 3579 NC 111, Seven Springs.** The shelter at Carver Elementary School in Mount Olive is full and can no longer accept those seeking shelter. At this time, cots are not available at the locations above. Individuals should bring any of the following – blankets, pillows, blow-up mattresses, cots – and must bring personal hygiene items, medication, as well…

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