Extension Launches Website for COVID-19 Resources

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NC State Extension has launched the Extension COVID-19 Resources Portal. Dr. Rich Bonanno, Director for NC State Extension, explained, “Our top priority is the health and well-being of the people of North Carolina. In order to help people across the state navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and address the challenges associated with this virus, this website will serve as a one-stop-shop for timely COVID-19 information and guidance from our Extension specialists and subject-matter experts.”

The site contains information for farms and agribusinesses, retail food environments, community gardens, food banks, youth and families and more. There are Spanish resources available as well. Do you have questions about making homemade hand sanitizer, cleaning and disinfecting reusable shopping bags or safe shopping at the grocery store? Visit this new website for answers to those questions and many more. This website can also be linked from the home page of each county’s Extension webpage, so be sure to check the Davie County website for local updates.