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Coronavirus updates, March 9, 2023

Last updated:  6 months 21 days 8 hours ago
62K

Confirmed cases

62K

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572

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3,5M

Confirmed cases

3,5M

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28K

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103,8M

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1,1M

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+179 446 yesterday
676,6M

Confirmed cases

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676,6M

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+1 445 yesterday
6,9M

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.
Wake County 391 609 1 311 35 224
Mecklenburg County 368 329 1 892 33 172
Guilford County 160 748 1 459 29 925
Forsyth County 125 590 969 32 852
Cumberland County 116 118 740 34 610
Durham County 103 313 395 32 136
Gaston County 81 942 970 36 495
Union County 79 423 531 33 112
Johnston County 75 853 501 36 235
Cabarrus County 72 323 567 33 413
Buncombe County 71 015 701 27 189
Pitt County 67 103 287 37 297
Onslow County 65 255 431 33 010
New Hanover County 64 577 467 27 541
Iredell County 61 898 551 34 046
Catawba County 60 653 678 38 230
Davidson County 56 254 500 33 763
Robeson County 52 256 598 39 639
Rowan County 51 689 636 36 591
Randolph County 44 680 513 31 168
Harnett County 42 805 377 31 893
Wayne County 42 033 452 34 104
Brunswick County 41 118 378 28 790
Orange County 39 406 158 26 985
Cleveland County 36 816 453 37 588
Henderson County 33 308 374 28 530
Nash County 32 682 372 34 762
Craven County 32 145 263 31 235
Burke County 32 001 366 35 406
Moore County 31 722 381 31 445
Caldwell County 30 392 357 37 050
Lincoln County 30 371 205 35 270
Surry County 28 679 421 39 861
Wilson County 27 780 360 34 105
Rockingham County 27 690 329 30 425
Franklin County 26 480 96 39 195
Stanly County 24 087 291 38 803
Sampson County 23 581 211 37 062
Wilkes County 23 073 308 33 655
Rutherford County 21 683 433 32 447
Duplin County 20 962 263 35 616
Lenoir County 20 330 248 36 319
Lee County 20 141 177 32 775
Granville County 19 634 129 32 661
Hoke County 19 537 140 35 371
Columbus County 19 242 294 34 574
Halifax County 18 892 206 37 355
Pender County 18 749 154 30 162
Carteret County 18 539 164 26 666
Chatham County 18 211 131 24 899
Edgecombe County 17 608 178 33 858
McDowell County 17 360 196 38 148
Haywood County 17 219 262 27 786
Richmond County 16 470 212 36 684
Beaufort County 16 121 187 34 242
Vance County 15 882 137 35 624
Stokes County 15 641 205 34 401
Yadkin County 15 174 144 40 418
Watauga County 15 101 78 26 993
Davie County 14 938 124 34 957
Scotland County 12 892 148 37 035
Alexander County 12 774 159 34 067
Jackson County 12 191 109 28 137
Person County 12 184 120 30 840
Bladen County 12 133 149 36 556
Pasquotank County 10 706 135 27 009
Dare County 10 060 33 27 561
Macon County 9 815 138 27 816
Montgomery County 9 045 148 33 167
Cherokee County 8 781 137 30 938
Anson County 8 468 113 34 039
Transylvania County 8 370 87 24 463
Ashe County 7 621 95 28 112
Martin County 7 620 100 33 611
Greene County 7 207 78 34 299
Caswell County 6 639 61 29 249
Hertford County 6 384 101 26 983
Yancey County 6 341 70 35 419
Currituck County 6 320 40 23 345
Madison County 6 307 90 28 980
Northampton County 5 934 97 30 159
Warren County 5 862 52 29 596
Avery County 5 553 48 31 722
Bertie County 5 475 78 28 776
Chowan County 5 296 66 37 750
Polk County 5 049 72 24 497
Swain County 5 021 53 35 247
Mitchell County 4 779 43 31 860
Washington County 3 908 57 32 954
Alleghany County 3 767 21 33 751
Perquimans County 3 569 26 26 591
Clay County 3 486 51 31 295
Pamlico County 3 471 37 27 395
Graham County 2 968 31 34 983
Jones County 2 916 49 30 258
Gates County 2 457 22 21 230
Camden County 2 207 10 20 607
Hyde County 1 706 15 32 620
Tyrrell County 1 228 10 29 726

The United States and countries around the world face the new invisible enemy. COVID-19 keeps all people on alert in Swepsonville and today, the invisible enemy still covers the territory of Alamance County. Its population density is considered to be 356 people per mi2 (137 people per km2) so the risk of being infected is below average.

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

These figures don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed. Our aim 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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