Clemmons School Delays, School Closings & Parking Bans

School Delays, Closings and Weather Cancellations for Clemmons NC

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Check frequently for updated information on school delays, early dismissals, school closings, and school cancellations in Clemmons North Carolina due to winter and inclement weather, as well as other emergencies related to Clemmons & the surrounding Forsyth County NC area. Find out quickly below if snow, cold or other weather emergencies is causing winter snow delays or closings at your school in Clemmons.


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Coronavirus News for Clemmons

New coronavirus cases drop in North Carolina as testing declines for July 4th holiday | Raleigh News & Observer

North Carolina recorded a third fewer positive coronavirus cases on Friday compared to the record high of the day before. More info »

Raleigh News & Observer - 07/04/2020 05:16am

NC July 4 COVID-19 update: North Carolina completes more than 1 million tests, hospitalizations remain high

According to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, 1,018,296 COVID-19 tests have now been completed across the state. The number of people currently ... More info »

WAVY - 07/04/2020 05:24am

COVID-19 in the Carolinas: NC surpasses one million virus tests

Here is a daily breakdown of what you need to know surrounding COVID-19 in both North Carolina and South Carolina. More info »

WSOC-TV - 07/04/2020 04:56am

UPDATE: 71,654 confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in North Carolina

On Saturday, July 4, the North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services reported 71,654 confirmed COVID-19 cases statewide. In the state, 1,018,296 tests have been completed and 945 people are ... More info »

WRCB - 07/04/2020 06:20am

Fact check: Concealed carry in North Carolina not compromised by wearing a mask for COVID-19

Users on social media are sharing a misleading post that alleges people who carry a concealed firearm in public in North Carolina can be charged with a felony if they do so while wearing a mask, even ... More info »

Reuters - 07/04/2020 01:22am

Coronavirus in North Carolina: Phase 1 of reopening will stay in place until May 22, or longer

8:00 p.m. - The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has published a county-by-county list of free COVID-19 testing sites ... Urgent Care - Clemmons, 3163 Gammon Lane ... More info »

MSN - 05/14/2020 05:04am

NC sees 1,400+ new COVID-19 cases as state passes 1 million tests

North Carolina reported 2,099 new coronavirus cases Friday, bringing the total positive cases across the state to 70,241. More info »

WBTV - 07/04/2020 04:07am

Four NC counties reach COVID-19 ‘tipping point,’ data show. Here’s what that means | Charlotte Observer

As metrics measuring the spread of COVID-19 in North Carolina continue to climb in the wrong direction, new data released by Harvard University show four counties where the risk has peaked. And ... More info »

Charlotte Observer - 07/01/2020 10:06am

Despite pushback, most in NC support coronavirus restrictions — or want them tougher | Raleigh News & Observer

Roy Cooper’s coronavirus response as too strict. But a new poll released Thursday found that a majority of state residents from both political parties felt the state’s restrictions did not go too far. More info »

Raleigh News & Observer on MSN.com - 07/02/2020 01:56am

NC coronavirus update June 27: 60,537 COVID-19 cases, 1,318 deaths as North Carolina enters first full day of mandatory face mask mandate

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Here are the latest updates about COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, in North Carolina. Wake County health officials reported 4,741 COVID-19 cases, up 80 from ... More info »

WTVD - 06/27/2020 12:02pm

The most COVID-19 cases in NC are now among young people. Here’s why officials are worried. | Charlotte Observer

The majority of new coronavirus cases are in people ages 18 to 49. Public health officials are trying to encourage people to stay home and wear masks and take precautions in public places. More info »

Charlotte Observer - 07/03/2020 11:00pm

Cooper vetoes string of North Carolina reopening bills

Democratic North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper has rejected five proposals from the Republican-controlled legislature that would reopen businesses and prevent cancellations of July 4 celebrations. More info »

Miami Herald - 07/02/2020 08:40am
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