North Carolina Reports 659,840 Positive Cases Of Coronavirus, 7,933 Deaths, 3,916 Hospitalizations

Update (1/15/21):

North Carolina is reporting 8,914 new cases of coronavirus and 108 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,916 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,874,642 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

173,928 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina and 9,115 have completed the series of vaccine.

There have been 7,933 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 39% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 356 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 328 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 67 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/14/21):

North Carolina is reporting 9,853 new cases of coronavirus and 80 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,990 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,788,507 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

173,928 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina and 9,115 have completed the series of vaccine.

There have been 7,825 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 39% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 351 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 321 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 66 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/13/21):

North Carolina is reporting 5,098 new cases of coronavirus and 107 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,951 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,706,437 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

173,928 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina and 9,115 have completed the series of vaccine.

There have been 7,745 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 39% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 350 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 309 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 65 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/12/21):

North Carolina is reporting 5,936 new cases of coronavirus and 11 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,843 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,611,324 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

151,902 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina and 9,115 have completed the series of vaccine.

There have been 7,578 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 39% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 349 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 289 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 64 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/11/21):

North Carolina is reporting 8,833 new cases of coronavirus and 142 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,774 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,498,343 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

151,902 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina and 9,115 have completed the series of vaccine.

There have been 7,567 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 348 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 289 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 64 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/9/21):

North Carolina is reporting 11,581 new cases of coronavirus and 97 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,871 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,431,475 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

151,902 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina and 9,115 have completed the series of vaccine.

There have been 7,425 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 348 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 288 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 64 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/8/21):

North Carolina is reporting 10,028 new cases of coronavirus and 115 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,960 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,351,909 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

109,799 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina.

There have been 7,328 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 341 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 281 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 63 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/7/21):

North Carolina is reporting 10,398 new cases of coronavirus and 137 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,960 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,261,440 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

109,799 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina.

There have been 7,213 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 337 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 273 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 63 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/6/21):

North Carolina is reporting 6,952 new cases of coronavirus and 80 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,893 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,191,700 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

109,799 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina.

There have been 7,076 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 334 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 263 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 63 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/5/21):

North Carolina is reporting 5,285 new cases of coronavirus and 55 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,781 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,150,588 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

109,799 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina.

There have been 6,996 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 337 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 261 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 63 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/4/21):

North Carolina is reporting 5,187 new cases of coronavirus and 31 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,635 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,119,201 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

63,571 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina.

There have been 6,941 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 333 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 257 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 63 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/3/21):

North Carolina is reporting 6,487 new cases of coronavirus and 18 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,576 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,084,394 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

63,571 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina.

There have been 6,910 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 333 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 257 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 63 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (1/2/21):

North Carolina reported its highest amount of COVID cases in a single day with 9,527 new cases of coronavirus on January 1st, surpassing the state’s highest one-day record on December 18th by more than 1,000 cases.

Health officials say cases remain high with 9,365 new cases reported today as of January 2nd, and records were also set in the state for tests that came back positive and for the number of hospitalizations.

Officials say North Carolina reports a 15.5 percent positive rate, the highest rate since the beginning of the pandemic, and 3,479 people were hospitalized with COVID-19 with 783 people ending up in the intensive care unit.

“We begin 2021 in our most dangerous position in this pandemic. We have critically high rates of spread in much of our state,” said NCDHHS Secretary Mandy K. Cohen, M.D. “I encourage you to avoid getting together indoors with anyone who doesn’t live with you. If you plan to see other people keep it outside and very small. Wear a mask the whole time. We must do all that we can to protect one another.”

Officials with the White House Task Force issued serious warnings to residents in North Carolina including.

  • If you are under 40 and you gathered beyond your immediate household, you need to assume you became infected with COVID-19 even if you don’t have any symptoms. You are dangerous to others and must isolate away from anyone at increased risk for severe disease and get tested.
  • If you are over 65 or if you have significant health conditions, you should not enter any indoor public spaces where anyone is unmasked and you should have groceries and medications delivered.

Health officials reminded North Carolinians the Modified Stay at Home Order is in effect, meaning residents should stay home between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., most businesses are required to close by 10 p.m., and all onsite alcohol consumption sales must end by 9 p.m.

As of January 2nd, North Carolina reports 558,437 total positive cases of COVID and 6,892 confirmed deaths.

In addition to 9,365 new coronavirus cases there are 3,479 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 7,031,462 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

63,571 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 331 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 256 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 62 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/31/20):

North Carolina is reporting 6,715 new cases of coronavirus and 19 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,493 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,8398,509 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

63,571 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina.

There have been 6,748 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 326 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 241 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 60 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/30/20):

North Carolina is reporting 8,551 new cases of coronavirus and 155 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,339 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,835,632 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

63,571 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina.

There have been 6,729 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 319 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 230 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 60 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/29/20):

North Carolina is reporting 3,563 new cases of coronavirus and 13 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,377 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state, which is an increase of 185 hospitalizations in the last the last 24 hours.

According to health officials, there have been 6,774,026 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

63,571 people have received their first dose of the COVID vaccination in North Carolina.

There have been 6,574 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 321 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 225 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 60 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/28/20):

North Carolina is reporting 3,888 new cases of coronavirus and 12 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,192 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,774,026 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 6,561 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 83% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 319 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 223 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 60 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/23/20):

North Carolina is reporting 5,609 new cases of coronavirus and 69 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,043 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,508,956 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 6,360 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 314 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 219 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 58 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/22/20):

North Carolina is reporting 5,255 new cases of coronavirus and 51 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3,001 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,465,155 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 6,291 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 309 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 208 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 56 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/21/20):

North Carolina is reporting 4,479 new cases of coronavirus and 16 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,817 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,419,622 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 6,240 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 305 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 205 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 56 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/20/20):

North Carolina is reporting 6,900 new cases of coronavirus and 40 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,748 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,372,829 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 6,224 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 305 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 205 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 56 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/19/20):

North Carolina is reporting 6,164 new cases of coronavirus and 59 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,846 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,307,246 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 6,184 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 305 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 205 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 56 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/18/20):

North Carolina is reporting 8,444 new cases of coronavirus and 60 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,824 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,231,842 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 6,125 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 306 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 197 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 55 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/17/20):

North Carolina is reporting 5,786 new cases of coronavirus and 86 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,804 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,149,645 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 6,065 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 303 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 190 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 53 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/16/20):

North Carolina is reporting 5,273 new cases of coronavirus and 98 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,811 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,106,202 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 5,979 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 290 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 180 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 54 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/15/20):

North Carolina is reporting 5,236 new cases of coronavirus and 26 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,735 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,066,204 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 5,881 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 290 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 180 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 54 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/14/20):

North Carolina is reporting 4,770 new cases of coronavirus and 32 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,553 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 6,016,031 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 5,855 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 282 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 175 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 52 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/11/20):

North Carolina is reporting 1,984 new cases of coronavirus and 38 new deaths in the last 24 hours.

Health officials say that brings the total of new cases of coronavirus to 7,540 with 2,514 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

NCDHHS Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen says this record high comes right before the Modified Stay at Home Order that goes into effect at 5 p.m. tonight.

Dr. Mandy Cohen says “Having more than 7,500 cases is staggering and alarming. We are now seeing the impact of Thanksgiving gatherings. Do not wait until it is you or your loved one sick or alone in the hospital or you are facing the loss of a loved one to wear a mask, wait 6 feet apart, and wash your hands often. Act now. Please ask yourself what you can do to help slow the spread of this virus and save lives.”

According to health officials, there have been 5,850,241 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 5,752 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 283 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 172 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 50 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/10/20):

North Carolina is reporting 5,556 new cases of coronavirus and 53 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,444 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 5,778,458 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 5,714 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 272 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 165 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 49 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/9/20):

North Carolina is reporting 6,495 new cases of coronavirus and 56 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,440 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 5,731,775 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 5,661 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 267 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 160 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 48 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/7/20):

North Carolina is reporting 4,372 new cases of coronavirus and 17 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,240 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 5,630,137 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 5,560 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 256 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 154 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 46 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.

Update (12/6/20):

NORTH CAROLINA — North Carolina is reporting 6,438 new cases of coronavirus and 2,191 hospitalizations across the state due to COVID-19.

According to health officials, there have been 5,585,824 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 5,543 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

Update (12/5/20):

NORTH CAROLINA — North Carolina is reporting 6,018 new cases of coronavirus and 49 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,171 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 5,521,760 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 5,516 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

Update (12/4/20):

NORTH CAROLINA –North Carolina is reporting 5,303 new cases of coronavirus and 57 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,157 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 5,461,220 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 5,467 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

Original Story (12/3/20):

NORTH CAROLINA — North Carolina is reporting 5,637 new cases of coronavirus and 44 new deaths in the last 24 hours. There are currently 2,101 COVID-19 related hospitalizations in the state.

According to health officials, there have been 5,409,434 completed tests in North Carolina. This number reflects the testing that is completed by the NC State Laboratory of Public Health, reporting hospitals and commercial labs.

There have been 5,410 resident deaths caused by the virus in North Carolina.

For more information on the key metrics used to determine when to ease restrictions, click HERE.

According to data from the state, 40% of North Carolina’s Covid-19 cases are in patients between ages 25-49 but they only account for 4% of Covid-19 related deaths. Adults over 65 account for 82% of Covid-19 deaths.

North Carolina has 250 ongoing outbreaks in nursing homes, 141 ongoing outbreaks in residential care facilities and 46 ongoing outbreaks in state correctional facilities.