Next update: Thursday, May 28, unless an additional release is required. Brunswick County updates its COVID-19 case counts daily (including weekends) for residents and the media to view at https://www.brunswickcountync.gov/alert-ticker/information-on-coronavirus/ KEY POINTS As of Tuesday, May 26, there are now 79 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents (53 considered recovered, 21 isolating at 13 different…

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KEY POINTS Health Services identified two more residents who received a positive test result for the novel coronavirus Tuesday. As of Tuesday, May 19, there are now 61 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents (46 considered recovered, 11 isolating at home, 2 isolating at a hospital, 2 deaths) and 10 cases among non-residents (5…

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KEY POINTS Health Services identified three more individuals who received a positive test result for the novel coronavirus Sunday. As of May 17, there are now 58 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents (44 considered recovered, 11 isolating at home, 1 isolating at a hospital, 2 deaths) and 10 cases among non-residents (5 considered…

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KEY POINTS Health Services identified two more individuals who received a positive test result for the novel coronavirus Saturday. As of May 16, there are now 55 positive cases of COVID-19 among county residents (43 considered recovered, 9 isolating at home, 1 isolating at a hospital, 2 deaths) and 10 cases among non-residents (5 considered…

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Key Points As more businesses prepare to reopen, follow the information and guidance for businesses about Phase 1 on the NCDHHS website, including the reopening checklist, cleaning and disinfection tips, and links to materials like the Know Your Ws and occupancy signage. Phase 1 still includes a modified version of the Governor’s Stay at Home Order. Limiting your…

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KEY POINTS Phase 1 still includes a modified version of the Governor’s Stay at Home Order. Limit nonessential travel and do not plan any day trips or vacations during Phase 1 (through May 22) in or out of Brunswick County (including South Carolina). Although Phase 1 is now in effect, the threat of COVID-19 is still…

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KEY POINTS Health Services identified two more positive cases Monday, bringing the total number of identified positive cases among residents to 51 (41 are considered recovered). Although Phase 1 is still in effect, the threat of COVID-19 is still out there—follow the three Ws when you visit any public area: Wear a cloth face covering; Wait six feet apart to avoid…

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