Carteret County confirms 4 additional COVID-19 cases, active cases decline

This Carteret County map shows confirmed COVID-19 cases broken down by zip code. Deaths are indicated in parentheses.  (Carteret County map)

CARTERET COUNTY — The county saw four additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 between Wednesday and Thursday for 104 total cases, but the number of active cases in Carteret County declined over the same time period.

The county provides daily updates on the COVID-19 case count via its website, carteretcountync.gov, by 4 p.m. weekdays. The website also contains an updated map of Carteret County displaying confirmed cases broken down by zip code.

As of 4 p.m. Thursday, the county reports 104 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Of those, 41 cases are considered active, down from 45 active cases reported Wednesday. The number of patients who have recovered and satisfied the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services isolation requirements increased from 52 to 60.

Three people in Carteret County have died of complications related to COVID-19. The most recent death was reported in April.

Health providers have collected specimens for COVID-19 testing from 2,212 patients, resulting in 104 positive confirmations, 1,947 negative results, two inconclusive tests and 159 pending results. 

(7) comments

SandFiddler

It's a miracle! Active cases declined right before July 4th weekend and it's even in large print in case anyone misses it. Quick recovery!

beachmami13

I heard that there are 3 restaurants on EI closed down due to an outbreak. The cover up is crazy! Whatever happened to journalistic integrity?

bigsur

NC COVID a hotzone, look at fishing pier webcam at Emerald Isle now and see the hundreds of people crammed on beach and under pier. Little to no social distancing. Probably a great place to contact trace for all those who are there this weekend over the next 14 days... of course most of them will be taking sunburn and possible contamination back to their home towns and will not be available. Dollars over common sense..blame the local officials not the idiots on beach. "They knowth not what do they do!"

mpjeep

Where are our mayors on the crystal coast? Oh, the AB mayor Cooper is surfing.

Seatiger

People’s denial of the dangers of COVID reminds me of drunk driving. It is okay to kill yourself but all too often you take innocent lives with you.

Malissa

I hope everyone makes a lot of money this weekend, you're going to need it when everyone has to close there doors again because people are dying. This is really stupid!!

SandFiddler

Perfect comparison Seatiger!

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