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Coronavirus updates, October 22, 2021

Last updated:  19 hours ago
+6 yesterday
3,4K

Confirmed cases

4,3K

Estimated cases

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0 yesterday
48

Deaths

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+3 003 yesterday
1,5M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 1,5M
1,6M

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+2 947 yesterday
44K

Recovered

+56 yesterday
18K

Deaths

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+80 835 yesterday
46,2M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 46,4M
67,3M

Estimated cases

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+83 715 yesterday
35,9M

Recovered

+1 428 yesterday
754K

Deaths

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+462 549 yesterday
243,6M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 243,9M
442M

Estimated cases

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+376 688 yesterday
220,7M

Recovered

+7 207 yesterday
5M

Deaths

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About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The counties in the North Carolina state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Cases/100k pop.
Mecklenburg County 155 881 1 224 14 039
Wake County 127 856 876 11 500
Guilford County 67 150 862 12 501
Forsyth County 51 239 553 13 403
Cumberland County 44 682 462 13 318
Gaston County 39 665 603 17 666
Union County 35 964 332 14 994
Durham County 34 264 257 10 658
Cabarrus County 32 559 330 15 042
Johnston County 32 092 326 15 330
Pitt County 29 390 142 16 336
Onslow County 28 846 254 14 592
Iredell County 28 518 320 15 686
New Hanover County 28 505 282 12 157
Catawba County 28 086 421 17 703
Buncombe County 27 813 417 10 649
Alamance County 26 115 333 15 406
Rowan County 26 020 443 18 420
Davidson County 25 564 304 15 343
Robeson County 24 814 424 18 823
Randolph County 21 563 306 15 042
Harnett County 18 276 250 13 617
Cleveland County 18 215 302 18 597
Brunswick County 16 115 233 11 283
Wayne County 15 945 297 12 937
Burke County 15 605 216 17 266
Nash County 15 212 233 16 180
Henderson County 15 055 196 12 895
Lincoln County 14 830 107 17 222
Craven County 14 177 155 13 776
Moore County 13 525 245 13 407
Caldwell County 13 144 213 16 024
Wilson County 13 114 232 16 100
Surry County 12 210 226 16 971
Rockingham County 11 931 192 13 110
Orange County 11 716 110 8 023
Stanly County 11 531 180 18 576
Rutherford County 11 320 308 16 940
Sampson County 11 190 133 17 587
Wilkes County 10 465 179 15 265
Columbus County 9 989 222 17 948
Duplin County 9 891 179 16 805
Franklin County 9 807 61 14 516
Lenoir County 9 409 149 16 809
Lee County 9 353 107 15 220
Pender County 8 766 100 14 102
McDowell County 8 541 124 18 769
Carteret County 8 282 83 11 912
Edgecombe County 7 870 124 15 133
Granville County 7 843 99 13 047
Halifax County 7 820 136 15 462
Haywood County 7 359 138 11 875
Hoke County 7 063 81 12 787
Beaufort County 7 061 126 14 998
Richmond County 7 054 136 15 712
Vance County 6 726 100 15 087
Chatham County 6 697 91 9 157
Watauga County 6 549 38 11 706
Alexander County 6 404 115 17 079
Davie County 6 347 73 14 853
Stokes County 6 146 106 13 517
Yadkin County 5 935 73 15 809
Scotland County 5 674 106 16 300
Jackson County 5 598 70 12 920
Bladen County 5 439 94 16 387
Pasquotank County 5 131 101 12 944
Person County 5 064 87 12 818
Macon County 4 911 57 13 918
Cherokee County 4 623 75 16 288
Montgomery County 4 489 108 16 461
Transylvania County 3 857 48 11 273
Anson County 3 799 78 15 271
Dare County 3 746 12 10 263
Martin County 3 609 70 15 919
Greene County 3 283 56 15 624
Caswell County 3 166 37 13 948
Hertford County 2 823 70 11 932
Yancey County 2 792 29 15 595
Madison County 2 742 61 12 599
Avery County 2 711 33 15 487
Currituck County 2 695 25 9 955
Northampton County 2 585 64 13 138
Bertie County 2 451 51 12 882
Warren County 2 347 29 11 849
Polk County 2 305 44 11 183
Chowan County 2 270 40 16 181
Mitchell County 2 018 18 13 453
Swain County 1 943 23 13 640
Pamlico County 1 705 25 13 457
Clay County 1 646 35 14 777
Alleghany County 1 604 6 14 371
Washington County 1 568 37 13 222
Perquimans County 1 516 15 11 295
Graham County 1 323 28 15 594
Jones County 1 314 31 13 635
Camden County 1 118 8 10 439
Gates County 1 076 19 9 298
Hyde County 825 12 15 774
Tyrrell County 545 7 13 193

The figures of coronavirus cases in the U.S. still remain high. Coronavirus keeps all people on alert in Jefferson and today, the invisible enemy still covers the territory of Ashe County. Its population density is considered to be 64 people per mi2 (25 people per km2) so the risk of infection is below average. As for the state, the North Carolina officials noted about 1,5M cases of COVID-19, an increase of 3K cases from yesterday.

Mecklenburg County and Wake County counties are still the most-affected counties in the state.

These rates don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed. Our key thing is to stay inside and take care of ourselves. You should not forget about protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

How to protect yourself from coronavirus? What are coronavirus symptoms?
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