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Thirty-seven additional positive COVID-19 test results reported in Dare

The Dare County Department of Health and Human Services reported 37 additional positive COVID-19 test results on Wednesday afternoon, December 2.

DCDHHS reports there have been 1104 total COVID-19 positive cases since testing and reporting began, broken down as 707 Dare residents and 397 non-residents, with 527 of the cases male and 577 female. The age breakdown is 136 age 17 and under, 189 age 18-24, 384 age 25-49, 242 age 50-64 and 153 age 65 and over.

There are currently 87 active positive cases in Dare among residents, including 78 in home isolation and nine hospitalized, while 614 are reported as recovered/asymptomatically cleared. Five deaths have been attributed to COVID-19 and one death is listed as a death from other causes (non-COVID).

Among non-residents reported by DCDHHS, 293 are reported as recovered/asymptomatically cleared, 102 transferred isolation to home county, two are hospitalized and none are reported as in isolation in Dare.

Individual cases reported Wednesday by DCDHHS are:
1) resident, 65 over, male, hospitalized
2) resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
3) resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
4) non-resident, 50-64, male, transferred isolation
5) resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
6) resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
7) resident, 18-24, male, home isolation
8) resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
9) resident, 17 under, male, home isolation
10) resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
11) non-resident, 65 over, female, transferred isolation
12) non-resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
13) resident, 65 over, male, home isolation
14) resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
15) resident, 65 over, female, home isolation
16) resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
17) resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
18) non-resident, 65 over, female, transferred isolation
19) resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
20) resident, 50-64, male, home isolation
21) non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
22) resident, 17 under, female, home isolation
23) resident, 50-64, male, home isolation
24) non-resident, 50-64, male, transferred isolation
25) resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
26) resident, 18-24, male, home isolation
27) resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
28) resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
29) resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
30) non-resident, 25-49, male, transferred isolation
31) resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
32) resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
33) resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
34) non-resident, 50-64, female, transferred isolation
35) resident, 50-64, male, home isolation
36) non-resident, 50-64, male, transferred isolation
37) resident, 50-64, male, home isolation

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