COVID-19 cases in North Carolina

Coronavirus

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – CBS 17 is keeping track of COVID-19 cases across North Carolina. Below is a list of known cases and the date they were announced.

  1. March 3: A patient from Wake County who traveled to Kirkland, Wash., and was likely exposed to the virus during a visit to a long-term care facility there, the site of an outbreak.
  2. March 6: A Chatham County patient who traveled to Italy, where there was a COVID-19 outbreak
  3. March 9: Five employees at Biogen’s Research Triangle Park facility. Company employees attended a conference in Boston in late February, where an outbreak occurred.
  4. March 9: Five employees at Biogen’s Research Triangle Park facility. Company employees attended a conference in Boston in late February, where an outbreak occurred.
  5. March 9: Five employees at Biogen’s Research Triangle Park facility. Company employees attended a conference in Boston in late February, where an outbreak occurred.
  6. March 9: Five employees at Biogen’s Research Triangle Park facility. Company employees attended a conference in Boston in late February, where an outbreak occurred.
  7. March 9: Five employees at Biogen’s Research Triangle Park facility. Company employees attended a conference in Boston in late February, where an outbreak occurred.
  8. March 11: A Wake County resident. Another Biogen employee who attended the Boston conference.
  9. March 11: A Durham patient who tested positive in another state and stayed there to recuperate.
  10. March 12: A Wake County patient who had contact with the Biogen visitor from Indiana.
  11. March 12: A person tested positive for the virus in Mecklenburg County.
  12. March 12: A Cabarrus County patient tested positive after international travel.
  13. March 12: A Forsyth County couple tested positive after traveling on a cruise where an outbreak was reported.
  14. March 12: A Forsyth County couple tested positive after traveling on a cruise where an outbreak was reported.
  15. March 12: A Johnston County resident tested positive after traveling and falling ill.
  16. March 12: A dependent of a Marine living on base at Camp Lejeune, outside Jacksonville, tested positive after having contact with a person outside the area who had COVID-19.
  17. March 13: A Wayne County resident tested positive for the virus.
  18. March 13: Wake County announces another case from the Biogen cluster, someone who attended the Boston conference.
  19. March 13: A Harnett County resident tests positive at an outpatient facility, Cape Fear Valley Health reports.
  20. March 14: A Brunswick County resident tests positive, county officials said.
  21. March 14: A Craven County resident who traveled overseas tested positive. He is isolated at home, local health officials say.
  22. March 14: A teacher at Fuquay-Varina Elementary School began feeling sick March 10, Wake health officials say.
  23. March 14: A Wake County resident reported experiencing symptoms March 2, county health officials say. The patient is home in isolation.
  24. March 14: A Mecklenburg County resident who traveled to the United Kingdom tested positive, health officials say.
  25. March 14: A second Johnston County resident tests positive. Health officials say this person lives in same household as the other person who tested positive.
  26. March 14: A second Harnett County resident tests positive, according to county officials who cited a “notice from the State Lab.” The person is isolated at home, officials said.
  27. March 15: A third Mecklenburg County resident has tested positive and is isolated at home.
  28. March 15: A 4th Mecklenburg County resident has tested positive and is isolated at home.
  29. March 15: New case in Wake County. The resident attended the BrickUniverse Lego Fan Convention at the Raleigh Convention Center on March 8 between 2 and 4 p.m.
  30. March 15: New case in Wake County. The resident flew to Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
  31. March 15: New case in Wake County. No details reported.
  32. March 15: A Watauga County resident with a travel history tested positive, health officials say. The person is home in isolation.
  33. March 15: A Wilson County woman who traveled out of state tested positive. She is hospitalized outside of Wilson County.
  34. March 16: New case identified at Campbell University in Harnett County. The student is in self-quarantine.
  35. March 16: Sampson County said it has identified its first case. The person traveled internationally and is now in isolation.
  36. March 16: Mecklenburg County officials announce three new cases.
  37. March 16: Mecklenburg County officials announce three new cases.
  38. March 16: Mecklenburg County officials announce three new cases.
  39. March 16: Wake County announces its 15th case.
  40. March 16: Iredell County announced its first case.
  41. March 16: Harnett County announces another case; the patient is in isolation at home. The U.S. Army said the patient is a civilian employee at Fort Bragg, the first known case connected to the installation.
  42. March 17: Four new cases identified in Mecklenburg County, bringing the county total to 11.
  43. March 17: Four new cases identified in Mecklenburg County, bringing the county total to 11.
  44. March 17: Four new cases identified in Mecklenburg County, bringing the county total to 11.
  45. March 17: Four new cases identified in Mecklenburg County, bringing the county total to 11.
  46. March 17: Guilford County announced its first case.
  47. March 17: Chatham County has two more cases.
  48. March 17: Chatham County has two more cases.
  49. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  50. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  51. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  52. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  53. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  54. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  55. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  56. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  57. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  58. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  59. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  60. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  61. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  62. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  63. March 17: Duke University announced 15 people involved with the school tested positive after an overseas trip. All are doing well and are isolated at home.
  64. March 17: Wake County announces two new cases.
  65. March 17: Wake County announces two new cases.
  66. March 17: Lincoln County announces its first case.
  67. March 18: Mecklenburg announced three new cases, bringing the county to 14 cases.
  68. March 18: Mecklenburg announced three new cases, bringing the county to 14 cases.
  69. March 18: Mecklenburg announced three new cases, bringing the county to 14 cases.
  70. March 18: Buncombe County announces its first case. Health officials said the person was visiting the county when they tested positive, and was now in isolation in Macon County.
  71. March 18: Hoke County announces its first case. The person remains isolated at home, and their condition is being monitored.
  72. March 18: A second case was identified in Watauga County. The person was exposed to a known positive case and is now in quarantine and recovering, AppHealthCare said.
  73. March 18: Union County reported its first positive case.
  74. March 18: Moore County reported its first positive case. That person, Dr. John Byron, is an obstetrician and gynecologist at Southern Pines Women’s Health Center and had traveled to Germany, according to The Pilot. He is in quarantine.
  75. March 18: New Hanover County reported its first case. The county believes it’s a travel-related case. The patient is in isolation at home.
  76. March 18: Iredell County announces its second case.
  77. March 18: Wake County announces another five cases.
  78. March 18: Wake County announces another five cases.
  79. March 18: Wake County announces another five cases.
  80. March 18: Wake County announces another five cases.
  81. March 18: Wake County announces another five cases.
  82. March 18: Durham County and Duke University announce 11 more cases. According to their joint press release, “Most of these individuals traveled internationally, and these individuals were quarantined at their homes off-campus immediately upon returning to Durham. All 11 individuals are isolated at home and will continue to isolate until they receive medical clearance.”
  83. March 18: Durham County and Duke University announce 11 more cases. According to their joint press release, “Most of these individuals traveled internationally, and these individuals were quarantined at their homes off-campus immediately upon returning to Durham. All 11 individuals are isolated at home and will continue to isolate until they receive medical clearance.”
  84. March 18: Durham County and Duke University announce 11 more cases. According to their joint press release, “Most of these individuals traveled internationally, and these individuals were quarantined at their homes off-campus immediately upon returning to Durham. All 11 individuals are isolated at home and will continue to isolate until they receive medical clearance.”
  85. March 18: Durham County and Duke University announce 11 more cases. According to their joint press release, “Most of these individuals traveled internationally, and these individuals were quarantined at their homes off-campus immediately upon returning to Durham. All 11 individuals are isolated at home and will continue to isolate until they receive medical clearance.”
  86. March 18: Durham County and Duke University announce 11 more cases. According to their joint press release, “Most of these individuals traveled internationally, and these individuals were quarantined at their homes off-campus immediately upon returning to Durham. All 11 individuals are isolated at home and will continue to isolate until they receive medical clearance.”
  87. March 18: Durham County and Duke University announce 11 more cases. According to their joint press release, “Most of these individuals traveled internationally, and these individuals were quarantined at their homes off-campus immediately upon returning to Durham. All 11 individuals are isolated at home and will continue to isolate until they receive medical clearance.”
  88. March 18: Durham County and Duke University announce 11 more cases. According to their joint press release, “Most of these individuals traveled internationally, and these individuals were quarantined at their homes off-campus immediately upon returning to Durham. All 11 individuals are isolated at home and will continue to isolate until they receive medical clearance.”
  89. March 18: Durham County and Duke University announce 11 more cases. According to their joint press release, “Most of these individuals traveled internationally, and these individuals were quarantined at their homes off-campus immediately upon returning to Durham. All 11 individuals are isolated at home and will continue to isolate until they receive medical clearance.”
  90. March 18: Durham County and Duke University announce 11 more cases. According to their joint press release, “Most of these individuals traveled internationally, and these individuals were quarantined at their homes off-campus immediately upon returning to Durham. All 11 individuals are isolated at home and will continue to isolate until they receive medical clearance.”
  91. March 18: Durham County and Duke University announce 11 more cases. According to their joint press release, “Most of these individuals traveled internationally, and these individuals were quarantined at their homes off-campus immediately upon returning to Durham. All 11 individuals are isolated at home and will continue to isolate until they receive medical clearance.”
  92. March 18: Durham County and Duke University announce 11 more cases. According to their joint press release, “Most of these individuals traveled internationally, and these individuals were quarantined at their homes off-campus immediately upon returning to Durham. All 11 individuals are isolated at home and will continue to isolate until they receive medical clearance.”
  93. March 19: Five more cases confirmed in Durham
  94. March 19: Five more cases confirmed in Durham
  95. March 19: Five more cases confirmed in Durham
  96. March 19: Five more cases confirmed in Durham
  97. March 19: Five more cases confirmed in Durham
  98. March 19: Davidson County announces case.
  99. March 19: Guilford County announces case of person who traveled to Florida.
  100. March 19: Forsyth County announces two new cases.
  101. March 19: Forsyth County announces two new cases.
  102. March 19: Pitt County announces first case.
  103. March 19: Rowan County announces new case.
  104. March 19: Cumberland County announced two cases. One of which had traveled out of state before showing symptoms.
  105. March 19: Cumberland County announced two cases. One of which had traveled out of state before showing symptoms
  106. March 19: Moore County reported second case.
  107. March 19: Wake County reports three new cases
  108. March 19: Wake County reports three new cases
  109. March 19: Wake County reports three new cases
  110. March 19: Harnett County reports two new cases
  111. March 19: Harnett County reports two new cases
  112. March 19: Durham County reports three new cases
  113. March 19: Durham County reports three new cases
  114. March 19: Durham County reports three new cases

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