Forsyth County's youngest residents are now getting vaccinated for COVID-19.
COVID-19 cases are up again in North Carolina.
Forsyth County Public Health officials are preparing to offer second COVID-19 booster shots to people with high-risk health conditions and those over 50.
County health official says mask mandates should stay in place for now, despite dropping case numbers
COVID-19 cases in Forsyth County have dropped by 67% in the last two weeks.
Forsyth County is averaging about 100 new COVID-19 cases per day, nearly double the rate from a month ago. The percent positive metric is also up.
Forsyth County Public Health Director Joshua Swift says hundreds of vaccination appointments for children between the ages of 5-11 this week are still unfilled.
Forsyth County is preparing to offer Pfizer COVID-19 shots to 5 to 11 year-olds when federal officials give the green light. That's expected to happen in the next few days.
Forsyth County saw a significant spike in COVID-19 deaths in September.
Forsyth County public health officials are gearing up to provide COVID-19 booster shots to more North Carolinians after the Food and Drug Administration authorized them for high-risk adults on Wedn