According to a release on Friday, March 27th from the Sheriff’s Department, there are currently five confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Moore County.
“Across our state, there are 763 confirmed cases across 60 different counties. Here at home, we now have 5 confirmed cases,” stated Sheriff Ronnie Fields.
As the Governor of North Carolina has issued a “Stay at Home” order effective Monday, March 30th, Sheriff Fields reminds the county just how important compliance is.
“We’re making a difference by practicing all of the recommended actions such as social distancing, frequent hand washing, and not shaking hands,” he said. “Let’s keep up the good work!”
Sheriff Fields also expressed his gratitude for essential employees that continue to work around the clock.
“I’m extremely proud of how the fine people of Moore County have come together to battle this crisis,” he said. “Things will get better. Let’s continue to do our individual best!”
To contact the Moore County Government COVID-19 Information Hotline, call 910-947-4509 from 7A-7P or log onto firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns. As always, the Moore County Sheriff’s Office is here to help you and can be reached at 910-947-2931.
To view the original press release, visit http://nixle.us/bqjje.