(Ресурси та послуги для українських біженців)
The vaccine clinic held on 3/18/2023 at Matthew 25 Ministries was rescheduled.
This rescheduled clinic will be held 3/25/2023, at Matthew 25 Ministries from 9am - 11:30am.
While North Carolina has reported multiple cases of monkeypox infection--
Iredell County currently has 1 reported case.
You can view up-to-date Monkeypox case counts for the United States and North Carolina here:
US Monkeypox Case Count and Map
For more information about monkeypox, how it is spread, and common symptoms, visit the links below:
For questions about Monkeypox vaccination or testing please call (704)-878-5300
WIC is open and serving clients via phone. Please call 704-878-5319.The state WIC office will automatically load benefits for at least one full month for participants who are actively certified. Staff will continue to contact participants and new applicants by phone to complete necessary follow up or the application process.
The Iredell County Board of Health encourages all residents, groups, health advocates, business/agency members and other individuals to give input about our programs, services, and public health issues. We realize that your input is vital to assuring that the work of our local public health agency best meets the needs of the community.
To provide input: call Norma Rife 704-878-5343 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Iredell County Health Department does not discriminate against any individual based on religion, race, color, national origin, disability, age, or sex, in employment or the provision of services.