CHARLOTTE, N.C. — At WCNC Charlotte, we are focusing our coronavirus coverage on facts, not fear. We aim to give our viewers the information they need from officials to best protect themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Cases in North Carolina: 361,778 lab-confirmed cases with 5,240
deaths. DHHS reported 3,820 new coronavirus cases on Sunday. The percentage of positive test results is averaging 8.6% over the last two weeks. NCDHHS is reporting that 1,885 people are hospitalized statewide due to COVID-19, setting a new record high for the fifth time this week.
- Cases in South Carolina: 202,422 total cases of COVID-19 with 4,050 deaths. The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 1,053 new cases of coronavirus on Saturday with 7 new additional deaths and 879 COVID-related hospitalizations.
- Cases in Mecklenburg County: 43,380 Mecklenburg County residents have tested positive for coronavirus and 454 related deaths have been reported since the pandemic began, as of Saturday.7.8% of individuals tested were positive for COVID-19 over the last week.
North Carolina cases of COVID-19
South Carolina cases of COVID-19
To view a list of cases reported so far in South Carolina, The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control released the following chart.
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The state of North Carolina has set up a hotline for general questions about coronavirus at frequently asked questions. In South Carolina, for general questions about the coronavirus, call the DHEC Care Line 1-855-472-3432. Staff are answering calls 8 a.m.-6 p.m. every day.102,861 lab-confirmed cases with 1,668 deaths.or read the