Key Points Governor Roy Cooper and NCDHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen provided a status update on how the state is doing in testing, tracing and other trends related to COVID-19 in the past week; the state still needs to improve in the trajectory or COVID-like syndromic cases and new lab-confirmed cases, but is seeing positive indicators…

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KEY POINTS As of April 29, there are 43 positive cases of COVID-19, 16 pending test results and 1,192 confirmed negative test results, totaling 1,251 tests administered so far among county residents. Of the positive cases, 32 are considered recovered cases, nine are currently isolating at six different homes and two are deaths associated to…

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Key Points As of April 28, there are 43 positive cases of COVID-19, 29 pending test results and 1,163 confirmed negative test results, totaling 1,235 tests administered so far among county residents. Of the positive cases, 32 are considered recovered cases, nine are currently isolating at six different homes and two are deaths associated to…

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KEY POINTS Brunswick County Public Health identified three new cases of residents and two new cases of non-residents testing positive for the novel coronavirus Tuesday. As of April 27, there are 43 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents. Of the positive cases, 31 are considered recovered cases, 10 are currently isolating at home and…

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Key Points As of April 26, there are 40 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents. Of the positive cases, 31 are considered recovered cases, seven are currently isolating at home and two are deaths associated to COVID-19. There are eight cases involving non-residents testing positive for COVID-19 while visiting Brunswick County. Five are considered…

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Key Points As of April 25, there are 39 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents. Of the positive cases, 31 are considered recovered cases, six are currently isolating at home and two are deaths associated to COVID-19. There are eight cases involving non-residents testing positive for COVID-19 while visiting Brunswick County. Five are considered…

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Key Points Governor Roy Cooper announced today that all K-12 public schools will continue with remote learning for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year; parents of children who attend private or parochial schools should contact their school for guidance on any operational changes. As of April 24, there are 39 positive cases of COVID-19 among county…

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Key Points Governor Roy Cooper announced today that the statewide Stay at Home Order is extended until Friday, May 8 to allow for necessary improvements in testing, tracing, and other trends concerning COVID-19 in the state. An additional update will take place Friday concerning current restrictions and closures for schools. As of April 23, there are 39…

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Key Points As of April 22, there are 38 positive cases of COVID-19; 29 are considered recovered cases, seven are currently isolating at home and two are deaths associated to COVID-19. There are eight cases involving non-residents testing positive for COVID-19 while visiting Brunswick County. Four are considered recovered cases, one has transferred monitoring to…

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KEY POINTS Brunswick County is reporting the second death of a non-resident associated to the novel coronavirus Tuesday; this is the second non-resident and the fourth individual overall to pass away in the county after testing positive for the virus. As of April 21, there are 38 positive cases of COVID-19; 29 are considered recovered…

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