Coronavirus

With the coronavirus becoming a bigger element of our day-to-day lives right now, Kiss 95.1 is committed to providing valuable and credible information to keep you safe.

With The World Health Organization officially declaring COVID-19 (the Coronavirus) a pandemic, the need for accurate and updated information is incredibly important. As health organizations locally and across the globe, work to contain and mitigate COVID-19, our station has created this information hub that we’ll be updating with news on the virus and how it’s impacting our local area.

North Carolina Ranked One of the Safest States During COVID-19

White House Calls North Carolina Covid Response A “Best Practice”

Unvaccinated North Carolina City Workers To Be Charged $50 Monthly Fee

North Carolina You Can Soon Order More Free At-Home Covid Tests

Here’s What North Carolina Parents Really Think About Vaccines & Masks

Bye Bye Masks? Mecklenburg County Mask Mandate May Finally End

North Carolina Harris Teeter Stores Giving Out Free N95 Masks

Covid Testing Limited In North Carolina As Winter Storm Approaches

There is Now Free N95 Masks for North Carolina and More

List: North Carolina Counties With The Highest Covid-19 Death Rate

North Carolina Nursing Home Severely Understaffed Leading To Deaths

North Carolina: Government Website Launches For Free COVID Tests

Which Sitcom Characters Would Be The Worst At Handling The Pandemic?

North Carolina Nursing Homes and More See Major Spike in New COVID Cases

Mask Mandate Returns Wednesday For Cabarrus County Schools

North Carolina Plans To Require Boosters For All State Employees

Gun Pulled At South Charlotte Starmed Covid Testing Site

5 Ways to Find Covid Testing in Charlotte, North Carolina

Starmed Charlotte Covid-19 Testing Sites Delaying Opening Monday

White House Says ‘Winter Of Death’ Awaits The Unvaccinated

Health Officials In North Carolina Preparing For Record Covid Numbers

Get Your Covid-19 Booster In Charlotte And StarMed Will Donate 50 Meals

Apparently Chewing Gum Kills Covid-19

Cruise Ship Returns To Port After 10 Individuals Contract Covid