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Coronavirus updates, September 18, 2021

Last updated:  7 hours ago
+71 yesterday
8,5K

Confirmed cases

8,7K

Estimated cases

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+1 yesterday
97

Deaths

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+7 905 yesterday
1,3M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 1,3M
1,4M

Estimated cases

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+7 810 yesterday
112K

Recovered

+95 yesterday
16K

Deaths

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+157 925 yesterday
42,8M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 43M
61,7M

Estimated cases

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+86 440 yesterday
32,4M

Recovered

+1 938 yesterday
691K

Deaths

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+565 234 yesterday
228,4M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 229,2M
419M

Estimated cases

0
+477 260 yesterday
205M

Recovered

+8 501 yesterday
4,7M

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 144 795 1 117 13 040
Wake County 118 343 811 10 645
Guilford County 60 325 806 11 230
Forsyth County 46 763 486 12 232
Cumberland County 40 418 409 12 047
Gaston County 35 481 517 15 802
Union County 32 905 275 13 718
Durham County 31 970 246 9 944
Cabarrus County 29 995 292 13 858
Johnston County 29 695 286 14 185
Pitt County 26 864 134 14 932
New Hanover County 26 505 241 11 304
Iredell County 26 107 276 14 360
Catawba County 25 744 359 16 227
Onslow County 24 807 215 12 549
Buncombe County 24 475 375 9 371
Rowan County 24 176 370 17 114
Alamance County 23 669 307 13 963
Robeson County 23 397 370 17 748
Davidson County 23 264 250 13 963
Randolph County 19 234 274 13 417
Harnett County 16 512 214 12 303
Cleveland County 16 174 271 16 513
Wayne County 14 416 283 11 697
Brunswick County 14 373 192 10 064
Nash County 14 019 206 14 911
Burke County 13 905 164 15 385
Henderson County 13 633 180 11 677
Lincoln County 13 329 91 15 479
Craven County 12 760 141 12 399
Moore County 12 337 222 12 229
Wilson County 12 092 201 14 845
Caldwell County 11 991 111 14 618
Surry County 10 859 203 15 093
Orange County 10 706 102 7 332
Rockingham County 10 459 192 11 492
Stanly County 10 437 152 16 814
Sampson County 10 320 124 16 220
Rutherford County 9 973 275 14 924
Wilkes County 9 604 153 14 009
Columbus County 9 453 199 16 985
Duplin County 9 010 161 15 309
Franklin County 8 857 58 13 110
Lenoir County 8 578 138 15 324
Pender County 8 049 87 12 948
McDowell County 7 537 86 16 562
Carteret County 7 335 58 10 550
Granville County 7 231 94 12 029
Edgecombe County 7 113 117 13 678
Halifax County 7 089 127 14 017
Richmond County 6 565 127 14 622
Hoke County 6 525 69 11 813
Haywood County 6 383 114 10 300
Beaufort County 6 245 111 13 265
Chatham County 6 211 91 8 492
Watauga County 6 016 34 10 753
Vance County 5 962 92 13 373
Alexander County 5 868 99 15 649
Davie County 5 595 56 13 093
Stokes County 5 450 91 11 987
Yadkin County 5 383 65 14 338
Scotland County 5 208 99 14 961
Bladen County 5 106 89 15 384
Jackson County 4 950 63 11 425
Person County 4 558 78 11 537
Pasquotank County 4 311 93 10 876
Macon County 4 282 49 12 135
Cherokee County 4 212 59 14 840
Montgomery County 4 167 104 15 280
Anson County 3 463 67 13 920
Transylvania County 3 432 37 10 031
Dare County 3 394 11 9 298
Martin County 3 250 57 14 335
Greene County 3 052 50 14 525
Ashe County 3 041 45 11 218
Caswell County 2 822 34 12 433
Hertford County 2 554 65 10 795
Yancey County 2 532 28 14 143
Avery County 2 471 28 14 116
Madison County 2 398 52 11 019
Northampton County 2 341 62 11 898
Currituck County 2 300 21 8 496
Bertie County 2 262 47 11 889
Warren County 2 121 20 10 708
Polk County 2 079 40 10 087
Chowan County 2 038 38 14 527
Mitchell County 1 822 17 12 147
Swain County 1 689 22 11 857
Pamlico County 1 494 17 11 792
Alleghany County 1 437 5 12 875
Washington County 1 406 34 11 856
Clay County 1 403 22 12 595
Perquimans County 1 350 11 10 058
Graham County 1 183 20 13 944
Jones County 1 171 29 12 151
Gates County 930 14 8 036
Camden County 930 8 8 683
Hyde County 774 10 14 799
Tyrrell County 484 6 11 716

The United States and countries around the world face the new invisible enemy. Coronavirus keeps all people on alert in Sanford and today, the invisible enemy still covers the territory of Lee County. Its population density is considered to be 227 people per mi2 (88 people per km2) so the risk of being infected is below average. As for the state, the North Carolina officials reported about 1,3M confirmed cases, an increase of 7,9K cases from yesterday.

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

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

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