State and local COVID-19 update

Published 6:22 am Friday, November 12, 2021

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In Dare County, the number of new COVID-19 cases and the percent of positive tests to total tests both decreased this past week. Dare County continues to experience widespread community transmission of the COVID-19 virus and remains in CDC’s highest Level of Community Transmission of the virus, reports the county’s Division of Public Health.

On Nov. 9, 56 active cases of coronavirus were reported, down from 64 on Friday. Three people from Dare County were hospitalized with the virus, same as last week. Some 53 residents are in home isolation.

On Nov. 9, Dare County reported that one hospitalized resident died, bring the total number of COVID-19 deaths in Dare County to 22.

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Those vaccinated with one shot make up 71 percent of the population eligible or 26307 people; those fully vaccinated represent 68 percent or 25,221 people.

Northeast NC Region

Vaccination numbers come from the state’s COVID-19 Dashboard, unless noted otherwise.

Hyde County as of Nov. 5, 2021.

Active Cases: Five residents, up three

Deaths: 13 residents, same as last week

Vaccinated: 71% instead of 65% one dose; 68 instead of 62% fully

Tyrrell County as of Nov. 8, 2021

Active Cases: 11 residents, up two cases

Deaths: Seven residents

Vaccinated: 49% one dose; 46% fully, from Martin-Tyrrell-Washington District Health

Currituck as of Nov. 5, 2021

Active cases: 68 residents, up 26 cases

Deaths: 27 residents, the same

Vaccinated: 43% one dose; 39% fully

Camden as of Nov. 5 2021

Active Cases: 23 residents, down two cases

Deaths: Eight residents, same as last week

Vaccinated: 48% one shot, 47% fully

Pasquotank as of Nov. 5, 2021

Active Cases: 83 residents, up nine cases

Deaths: 111 residents, up one death

Vaccinated: 53% one dose; 47% fully

School Districts:

Dare County Schools COVID-19 update, Nov. 9 2021

Student total: 17 active cases, down 6; 33 quarantined, down 24

Cape Hatteras Elementary: no active cases; 0 quarantined.

Cape Hatteras Secondary: no active cases; four quarantined

First Flight Elementary: three active case; 0 quarantined

First Flight Middle: four active cases; four quarantined

First Flight High: two active cases; eight quarantined

Kitty Hawk Elementary: one active case; six quarantined

Manteo Elementary: two active cases; two quarantined

Manteo Middle: two active cases; three quarantined

Manteo High School: one active case; one quarantined

Nags Head Elementary: two active cases; five quarantined

Staff: four active cases; one quarantined

Hyde County Schools: no active cases

Tyrrell County Schools: Five active cases among students; none for staff; 35 students quarantined; none for staff.

Currituck County Schools, Oct. 29, 2021

Central Elementary: One active case; one quarantined

Griggs Elementary: 0 active cases; 0 quarantined

Jarvisburg Elementary: 0 active cases; 0 quarantined

Knotts Island: Two active cases; one quarantined

Moyock Elementary: Eight active cases; 12 quarantined

Shawboro Elementary: One active cases; 0 quarantined

JP Knapp: One active cases; one quarantined

Moyock Middle School: Two active cases; three quarantined

Currituck County Middle: One active cases; three quarantined

Currituck County High: Six active cases; five quarantined

Central Office: 0 active cases; one quarantined