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Dare County has declared a State of Emergency due to the unprecedented public health threat posed by COVID-19 and determined that restrictions and prohibitions are necessary to protect public health and safety and are also in keeping with the President's Coronavirus Guidelines for America. Visitors and non-resident property owners are prohibited from entering Dare County. View details at darenc.com/entry.   Click here for the latest information on COVID-19. 

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  •   COVID-19 Bulletin #32

    It is imperative that everyone in Dare County follow the Stay Home - Stay Healthy order and restrict all non-essential movement. Only go out when absolutely necessary. Practice social distancing by staying a minimum of 6 feet away from others, other than immediate family members.

    4/5/2020 12:30:00 PM

  •   COVID-19 Bulletin #31

    Dare County Division of Public Health has announced the sixth positive test result for COVID-19

    4/5/2020 9:19:48 AM

  •   COVID-19 Bulletin #30

    The Dare County Division of Public Health announces the fifth positive test result for COVID-19.

    4/4/2020 4:28:03 PM

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Dare County is taking actions to prevent the spread of infection by practicing social distancing and offering services in alternative ways. As the situation progresses, office closures may occur but services will continue to be provided.

For any type of service, please call the department or office before you visit to reduce the need for in-person interactions. While there may be changes to some programs and services, County staff will continue to provide essential operations for our residents and businesses.

This page will continue to be updated as services or closures change and the COVID-19 situation evolves. 

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