Dare County health officials report 51 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday

Dare County Health and Human Service reported 51 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, with 10 of those cases among vaccinated individuals.

The county  is continuing to experience widespread community transmission of the COVID-19 virus, health officials say. Dare County is in the red category on the CDC’s Level of Community Transmission map indicating a high level of community transmission of the virus. The percentage of positive COVID-19 tests to total COVID-19 tests in Dare County last week was 19.4%.

The total number of new positive cases reported in Dare County for last week was 226, which marks the third highest week of new positive cases since the pandemic began. During the same week last summer, there were a total of 18 new positive cases reported in Dare County and a 1.6% positivity rate.

The 51 new cases reported Thursday include:

  • non-resident, 25-29, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • resident, 17 under, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • resident, 17 under, male, home isolation
  • resident, 17 under, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 18-24, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 17 under, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 17 under, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 50-64, male, home isolation
  • resident, 17 under, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 50-64, male, transferred isolation
  • resident, 65 over, female, home isolation
  • resident, 65 over, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 18-24, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 18-24, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 65 over, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, male, transferred isolation
  • resident, 50-64, male, transferred isolation
  • resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, male, transferred isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 17 under, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 18-24, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 18-24, male, home isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 18-24, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 65 over, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 18-24, male, home isolation
  • resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
  • resident, 18-24, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 50-64, female, home isolation

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