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The COVID-19 surge is here, social distancing and mask wearing a must

November 5, 2020

The surge that all were warned about has arrived. We were unaware as to when it was coming but that it was coming as the colder months approached us. We are seeing more than 80,000 new cases daily in the U.S. and we are rapidly headed towards 100,000 new cases a day. The experts like […]

Consider limiting your travel this holiday season

October 29, 2020

As I write this article, CNN reports that more than 225,000 people have died from COVID-19. Again, the number of deaths just blows me away. We are now getting close to the holidays, traditionally a time when we all want to gather and celebrate. We dream of seeing family that we may not have seen […]

More Black doctors are needed

October 23, 2020

As I write this article, around 220,000 lives in the United States have been lost to the COVID-19 pandemic. Though you may be tired of hearing me say it, I must keep saying that the numbers still blow me away. They just keep climbing and climbing. There are projections from creditable prognostic models that predict […]

Cold weather may lead to combo of COVID-19 and influenza

October 16, 2020

Here we go again, I am amazed and shocked that there have been more than 208,000 deaths in this country due to COVID-19. The numbers still dumbfound me as I think about the people we have lost this year due to this pandemic. Even as we enter fall and winter, the fact remains that there […]

Sickle Cell Virtual Run/Walk

October 14, 2020

A local team of walkers raised $250 funds for Sickle Cell research. Led by Pat Frazier, chairperson of the Health Committee of the Greensboro Branch NAACP. The 11-member team socially distanced and walked 2.5 miles during the Seventh Annual Mind.Body.Soul 5K Walk/ Run, organized by The Piedmont Health Services Sickle Cell Agency. Frazier’s team wore […]

Why do we mourn people we don’t know?

October 2, 2020

In recent weeks notable people have died; Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Chadwick Boseman, earlier in the year Breonna Taylor, and in January, Kobe Bryant. People mourned, and still mourn, their deaths but most of us didn’t know these public figures. Why do we mourn people we don’t know? To answer this question, we must review how […]

Gov. Cooper says, if metrics remain stable, he might ease more restrictions

September 25, 2020

RALEIGH – Outdoor stadiums and venues with a seating capacity of more than 10,000 will be able to allow some fans back in early October if North Carolina’s COVID-19 trends and metrics remain stable or improve over the next 10 days. Gov. Roy Cooper made the announcement on Tuesday during a briefing with reporters so […]

People of color needed for COVID-19 vaccine trials

September 18, 2020

As I write this article, 194,000 people have died from COVID-19 and this number grows each day. In the United States, we are losing 1,000 people per day. The numbers continuously show that we are far from controlling this highly contagious virus. The numbers are also a harbinger of the fact that in the U.S. […]

Volunteers distribute produce to families in need

September 11, 2020

The Greensboro Alumnae Delta Cultural Center Inc. (GADCEC) is distributing free boxes of fresh produce in the Southern and Eastern areas of Greensboro designated as food deserts and where the most cases of the novel Coronavirus exist. Under a $47,500 grant from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) administered through Guilford County, […]

COVID-19 Testing at St. Matthews UMC

September 4, 2020

Free COVID-19 Testing Site – Wednesday, September 9, 2020, 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Where: St. Matthews United Methodist Church, located at 600 East Florida Street; Greensboro, N.C. 27406. Site will be open from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. No appointment is necessary. Please bring proper identification and insurance information, if possible. The site will […]

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