Life as we know it has changed for everyone with definite end in sight. Some officials has suggested it may be 10-12 weeks.

On March 23, there are at least 306 people in North Carolina who have tested positive for virus says data from state and county leaders.

More than 26,000 people in the U.S. are infected, and in excess of 300 people have died across the country.

The State Department recently warned all U.S. citizens not to travel internationally and Governors in multiple states, not including North Carolina, have ordered all residents to remain at home aside from essential services. A new report shows that 1 in 4 Americans are being asked to stay at home.

Congress is reportedly working on a $1 trillion stimulus package for the economy, including $1,200 checks for families.

North Carolina schools remain closed, and bars and restaurants are restricted to takeout, delivery and drive-thru orders.

A toll-free Hope Line has been established for older adults experiencing isolation from social distancing. Call 1-866-578-4673 or 1-866-578-HOPE.