Hurricane Dorian on Ocracoke

Hyde to help chlorinate well water; other post-Dorian updates

The North Carolina Baptists on Mission have set up shower and laundry trailers behind Jerniman’s gas station. Photo: C. Leinbach

Well water: The Hyde County Health Department Environmental Health Specialist will be on Ocracoke to instruct citizens how to chlorinate private wells tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 13. If you are on Ocracoke and need this assistance, please add your name to the list at the fire station. Hyde County Health Department Environmental Health also will be back on Ocracoke on Monday. Mainland residents with this need can call 252-926-4399.

Cleaning crews: Any Ocracoke residents who need assistance from house cleaning crews and/or chainsaw crews should come to the assistance desk at the Fire Station and put their name on the list. This list will prioritize the crew deployments.

Food replacement: Active Food and Nutrition Services recipients who suffered a food loss during Hurricane Dorian have until Sept. 30 to request replacement benefits.  The Department of Social Services is available in the Ocracoke Community Center now through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.mhttp://ow.ly/6lqw50w7hpT

The mail call is outside the Ocracoke post office until the building is certified to reopen. Photo: C. Leinbach

The Hyde County Health Department administer more tetanus shots Thursday outside the OVFD. Photo: C. Leinbach

 

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