Since March 3, 2020. Updated nightly at 2:30a. Data Source: The New York Times
CORONAVIRUS in NC by the numbers
We are bombarded by coronavirus numbers on a daily basis. But they don’t mean much until they are put in context. See our interactive visualization showing coronavirus cases in NC to learn more about how these numbers have been trending over time.
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As of March 4, 2022, Omicron is currently the predominant variant in the US. To learn more about Omicron, visit the CDC's Omicron page.
COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective at preventing severe illnesses, hospitalizations, and death. As of March 2, 2022, there are three types of FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines, with recommendation for an additional dose of these vaccines to complete the primary series. For increased protection against Omicron, it is recommended that everyone receive an additional dose of the vaccine (e.g. booster) to be up to date. For more, visit the CDC's Vaccines page.